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Supply Chain Conference 2011 Programme


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The Consumer Goods Forum Supply C Conference will take place this 11 - 13 October in Barcelona. Join us!

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Supply Chain Conference 2011 Programme

  1. 1. OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE 2011 11th - 13th oCtoBer Barcelona, spain Marketing ForuM it ConFerenCe Supply Chain ConFerenCe Turning Consumer & The Consumerism of IT Delighting the ConsumerShopper Insights into Growth Acting as One
  2. 2. OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE 2011 11th - 13th oCtoBer Barcelona, spain whAt’s new ABoUt yoUr ConferenCe? ›› for the first time the Marketing, it and supply Chain conferences will take place at the same time under one roof. ›› it’s new. ›› it’s global. ›› if there’s one event not-to-be-missed, this is it. Join Us to… ›› exchange knowledge. ›› network with peers. ›› open your mind. ›› Pick up new ideas and learn from practical experiences of fellow members of the forum. the shoPPer & ConsUMer At the heArt… ›› the “shopper & Consumer” is what this year’s event is all about.›› And how we can work together to meet the needs of today’s empowered consumer.
  3. 3. why shoUld yoU Be there?the Consumer goods forum is your association. By the members, for themembers. get involved. help us lead the industry.hear from the experts. “Excellent event to get new inputs, to meet“The Marketing Forum exercises and expands inspiring colleagues, to exchange informationyour mind like no other marketing event in and to benchmark own ideas!”the world. It is the marketing event of the year Andreas Münch, Member of the executive Board,for me. We stimulate your left and right brain head of department logistics & it, Migros, switzerlandwith an intentional mix of successful case studypresentations and relevant experiences, outsideof the box, inspirational speakers to stretch yourmind.” “The store and DCstephen smith, Chief Marketing officer for all formats & senior VicePresident of sam’s Club, new formats, walmart China tours also provide great insights on how individuals can improve their own operations“CGF has proven to me to be a fantastic and leverage newplatform to gain valuable insights into technologies.”how leading industry players address John s. Phillips, senior Vice President, Customer supply Chain & logistics,trends that shape our mid to long term PepsiCo, UsAfuture. Networking with peer executivesfrom manufacturers, retail partners andstrategic vendors opens many doors forcollaboration.” “The CGF Marketing Forum is anClyde Pereira, Cio, Coca-Cola hellenic, Austria excellent blend of manufacturers, retailers, and select suppliers coming together to discuss new ways of working together to deliver improved “For me the IT conference provides an shopping experiences. The speakers are opportunity to see a diverse set of solutions for common problems within our industry. dynamic and the forum is candid in The insights I can gain at this forum can terms of interaction and discussion – give me that leg up on my local competition.” a great mix!” scott harrison, Chief information officer - delhaize Kristen nostrand, Marketing director, Procter & gamble, America, delhaize group, UsA UsA Plan to join us. Barcelona. Be there.
  4. 4. OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE 2011 ConferenCe At A glAnCe Welcome to the Store tour programme and introduction 12.00 to the Spanish retail Scene Tuesday MARKETING FOCUSED IT FOCUSED STORE SUPPLY CHAIN FOCUSED Afternoon11th October STORE TOUR TOUR STORE TOUR evening welcome Cocktail for all Conference delegates CONFERENCE SHARED SESSIONS Morning opening plenary Session for all conference delegates the new empowered Consumer and implications for the retail and Consumer goods industry lunch networking lunch for all conference delegatesWednesday SUPPLY CHAIN MARKETING FORUM12th October IT CONFERENCE tUrning ConsUMer the ConsUMerisM CONFERENCE And shoPPer delighting the ConsUMer of it insights into growth ACting As one Afternoon Marketing forum it Conference supply Chain Conference sessions sessions sessions Marketing networking it networking supply Chain networking evening dinner dinner dinner Breakfast Breakfast Sessions Marketing forum supply Chain Conference Morning it Breakout sessions sessions continued sessions continued lunch networking lunch for all conference delegates Thursday13th October CONFERENCE SHARED SESSIONS Afternoon Closing plenary Session for all conference delegates how operational excellence in it, supply Chain and Marketing is a key to the growth of your business 16.00 Closing of Conferencehave a look at the conference website to see the full programme, speakerbiographies and much more:
  5. 5. Bringingtogetherthe Bestof Bothworldswhy “3 in 1” is a winning formulathis year’s unique format offers the best of both worlds. we’llbring together three groups - Marketing, it and supply Chain - forshared sessions on topics of concern to all, and then break outinto three separate conferences so that each group can focuson specific topics of relevance and concern uniquely to them.have a look at the conference programme to find out what’s on. Marketing ForuM 2011 turning Consumer & Shopper insights into growth it ConFerenCe 2011 the Consumerism of it Supply Chain ConFerenCe 2011 Delighting the Consumer - acting as one www.tcgfsupplychain.comCheck out our conference websites to find out what’s new, who’llbe there, and how the operational excellence Pillar can providevalue to you and your company.
  6. 6. What’s the Consumer goods Forum?the Consumer goods forum is a global, parity-based industry network, driven by its members. it bringstogether the Ceos and senior management of over 650 retailers, manufacturers, service providers and otherstakeholders across 70 countries and reflects the diversity of the industry in geography, size, productcategory and format. forum member companies have combined sales of eUr 2.1 trillion.for more information about your association please visit www.theconsumergoodsforum.comWho are our partners?the Consumer goods forum would like to thank the following companies for their generous contribution tooperational excellence 2011:Questions?How can you register?for on-line registration, hotel accommodation, programme updates and practical information visit ourconference website: www.tcgfoperationalexcellence.comWhere is the conference taking place?Catalunya Congress CentreAvenida diagonal 661-67108028 Barcelona, spainWhere can you find additional help?the forum team is here to help you. if you have questions concerning registration and accommodation please contact: ormès/operational excellence secretariat, 12, rue de florence, 75008 Paris, france tel +33 1 43 18 61 81/82 – fax +33 1 43 18 60 58, email:,, if you have any other questions about the conference programme please contact, sophie Appell at: the Consumer goods forum, 22/24 rue du gouverneur général eboué, 92130 issy-les-Moulineaux, france, tel: +33 1 82 00 95 56, fax: +33 1 82 00 95 96, email: the forum team looks forward to welcoming you in Barcelona.
  7. 7. SUPPLY CHAIN CoNfereNCe 2011 Delighting the Consumer Acting as one 11th - 13th October, Barcelona, Spain This conference programme has been developed by the members of The Supply Chain Committee – Delighting the Consumer - Acting as one, for the members of The Consumer Goods forum. To see who is working behind the scenes throughout the year to develop this programme for you, visit Tuesday, 11th October Store Tour and Distribution Center Tour with a Supply Chain Focus This Tour Programme is unique in that participants walk the shop floor with the supply chain managers of the host company. Participants will have first-hand discovery of how leading retailers are tackling their supply chain challenges. The tour is optional, offered at an additional fee, available on a first-come, first-served basis and delegates are requested to register for the tour.12.00 The Spanish Retail Scene – An Overview Antonio De Santos, Retail Services Manager, The Nielsen Company, Spain Buffet lunch will be served during the presentation13.00 Store and Distribution Center Visit Get a glimpse behind the scenes of Eroski’s supply chain, from DC to the store shelf. Tour will be hosted by conference speaker Alberto Madariaga, Director of Supply Chain, and his colleague Imanol Alberdi, Director of Distribution at Eroski.19.00 Welcome cocktail for all conference participants
  8. 8. Wednesday, 12th October9.00 – 17.30Operational Excellence 2011Shared Plenary Morning SessionOpening Keynote - Think Big, Dream Big - the Risks and Rewards of Working TogetherTo create value through collaboration you have to take risks, be innovative and think of new ways of workingtogether. Unlearn the rules, break the boundaries and open your mind to think big and to unlock opportunitieserik Wahl, International Keynote Speaker & Artist, USAThe New Empowered Consumer - The World is Changing. Are You Ready?Today’s consumer is more empowered than ever before. The world as we once knew it no longer exists.Consumer behaviour is evolving. People are more connected than ever before. What impact will intelligentnetworks have on business, the economy and on society as a whole? How is this trend shaping the wayconsumers behave?Sebastien Marotte, Vice President, Google Enterprise, EMEAFuture Value Chain 2020Is your consumer value chain ready to be competitive in 2020? Discover what you need to do to be ready to collaborate and be effective in the rapidly changing consumervalue chain of the future. This session will feature thought provoking findings of the Consumer Goods ForumFuture Value Chain 2020 Initiative. Learn about the global mega trends that are likely to have significantimpacts across the future consumer goods value chain.John S. Phillips, Senior Vice President, Customer Supply Chain and Logistics, PepsiCo, USASupply Chain Conference 2011Delighting the Consumer - Acting as OneSupply Chain Afternoon SessionWelcome by Co-Chairs of the Supply Chain Committee – Delighting the Consumer. Acting as One.John S. Phillips, Senior Vice President, Customer Supply Chain & Logistics, PepsiCo, USATony Vendrig, Executive Vice President Business Development, Ahold Europe, The NetherlandsThe Journey to a Lean Supply Chain - Improving Performance through Change ManagementLean thinking is all about creating value, streamlining processes, removing waste and focusing on efficiency -while setting into motion a new management system that develops problem solving capabilities of everyemployee. How lean is your supply chain? Learn how change management can transform your supply chainand transform your business.Dan Jones, Founding Chairman of Lean Enterprise Academy, United KingdomSession Moderator David Jones, Supply Chain Director, Waitrose, United Kingdom & member of theSupply Chain CommitteeHow Change Management Turned ICA’s Warehouse Operation & Automation from Disruption toBest in ClassTwo years ago ICA and its partners began implementing a rather complex automation operation at itsHelsingborg warehouse. From the onset, serious challenges arose due to complex system set ups and workprocesses. A ‘blame culture’ began to emerge, draining energy that should have been spent on solving theserious problems at hand. A dramatic change was needed to turn the operation around. Through continuousimprovement and change management, ICA was able to overcome the hurdles obstructing its progress. Thisparadigm shift resulted in a Best in Class operation. Discover the lessons learned and the project’s final resultsfrom the ICA team who found the solution.Johannes Åverling, Head of Operational Excellence, ICA, SwedenMichael Johansson, Head of Logistics Operations, Warehouse and Transport Management, ICA, Sweden SUPPLY CHAIN CoNfereNCe 2011
  9. 9. Collaboration, Innovation and Sustainability Means More Profitability Last year Eroski opened the first automatic order-picking installation for fresh products in Spain. 80% of the fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, fish and bakery products sold by Eroski goes through this 28,000 m2 facility. Learn how this initiative resulted in 15% savings in labour costs, 30% less kilometers on the road, fewer mistakes, improved product quality and a more efficient supply chain. Alberto Madariaga, Supply Chain Director, Grupo Eroski, Spain Food that’s Good for You, is Good for the Planet! – How Consumers’ Diet Choices Drive Planet Sustainability and Product Supply Chain “from Field to Table” Barilla’s long term strategy is to pursue product recipes that meet consumers’ desire for products which are responsibly sourced and produced. Learn about a new collaborative approach on how manufacturers and retailers can work together to meet shoppers’ choice to eat healthier, better and a more sustainable “field to table” supply of goods. Stefano Pietroni, Network Design, Planning & Sourcing Director & Luca ruini, HSE&E Director, Barilla Group, Italy19.00 Supply Chain Networking Dinner at the Xalet on Montjuïc hill with a spectacular view overlooking rooftops of Barcelona Thursday, 13th October 8.00 – 15.30 Operational Excellence Breakfast Sessions All conference participants are invited to attend these Breakfast Sessions. The three sessions will take place in parallel. A buffet breakfast will be served. Breakfast Session: Packaging Innovation Beyond Customer Expectations French retailer Monoprix will share how it increased the reputation and customer loyalty of its private label brands through innovative and audacious pop art‐inspired new packaging. Speakers will share with attendees how innovative product packaging can bring value to brands and create a more satisfying product experience. The Monoprix team will also share how new design can reinforce private label brands based on their own experience. You’ll discover the operational challenges that Monoprix faced and why operational excellence was key to success. Stéphane Maquaire, CEO, Monoprix, France Hubert Hemard, Deputy Chief Executive, Monoprix, France Jérôme Malavoy, CEO, Trace one, France Breakfast Session: Mobile Consumer 2020+ - Communicating, Connecting, Socializing, and Shopping  A confluence of trends is transforming the shopper landscape at head-spinning pace: advanced mobile devices and technologies; social, demographic and political changes; and an increasingly mobile consumer. With new technologies connecting and empowering consumers around the world as never before, what can retailers and manufacturers do – separately and together – to build long-lasting relationships with the consumer? This session will build on insights from Deloitte’s report “Consumer 2020 – reading the signs,” which takes a broad spectrum look at these trends and their impact on consumers. Lawrence Hutter, Global Leader – Consumer Business, Deloitte, United Kingdom Mar Areosa, Director – Corporate Strategy, Deloitte Spain Breakfast Session: Global Chief Marketing Officer Study: 1700+ Face-to-Face Interviews Given this rapidly changing digital landscape and business environment – it’s time to bring science to the art of marketing.  Science – is about observation, fact based systematic approaches, analytical, outcomes based, leveraging advanced tools and methodologies, testing.  Marketing – is about storytelling, wish fulfillment capturing the imagination and loyalty of the customer through reaching them in a relevant, compelling and personal way – differentiating your brand.  In today’s market environment, you need both to analyze, predict, and develop systematic approaches to capture and capitalize on opportunity. The 2011 IBM Global Chief Marketing Officer Study explores emerging trends impacting CMOs and reveals how they are responding to the evolving scope and needs of marketing. Patrick Medley, Consumer Products Industry Leader, IBM, Australia SUPPLY CHAIN CoNfereNCe 2011
  10. 10. Supply Chain Conference 2011 Delighting the Consumer. Acting as One. Supply Chain Morning Session Session Moderator Kerry McNair, Director, Global Supply Chain, Walmart Group, The Coca-Cola Company, USA, member of the Supply Chain Committee Multi-Modal Transport Sharing Initiative for Consumer Goods and Retail Companies This initiative from The Consumer Goods Forum focuses on Multi-modal transport sharing. Retailers, manufacturers and logistic service providers are bundling their flow of goods from Eastern to Western Europe, thus creating a corridor. Using trains for long distance should reduce CO2 emissions as well as costs while keeping up the required service levels. The presentation will cover the trial’s approach, learnings and benefits. Andrea Szucsany, Manager Load Control Centre, Kraft Foods European Business Services Centre, Ltd., Kraft Foods Europe, Slovakia Dennis Wereldsma, Global Sector Leader Distribution & Transportation, Capgemini, The Netherlands Delivering the “Perfect Serve” – The Coca-Cola Company ‘s Supply Chain Learnings from FIFA World Cup and London Olympics Hear from an official sponsor about the myriad of supply chain implications for major events like the FIFA World Cup and Olympic Games. Coca-Cola will share how to plan staff , product and equipment availability in an environment with high volatility (weather, match results, consumer behavior) and a high level of complexity (security, temporary infrastructure, rights-holder rules) with the objective to deliver a “perfect serve” to every fan, player, official or volunteer that enjoys a beverage from the portfolio of The Coca-Cola Company. frank van der Heijden, Coca-Cola 2006 FIFA World Cup Project Leader, Director, Venue & City Operations & Co-Speaker Coca-Cola London 2012 Olympics Project Team, Peter Latham, Vice President Logistics for Supply Chain, Coca-Cola Enterprises, United Kingdom How Aeon Rebuilt its Supply Chain Hear the dramatic firsthand account from Japan’s leading retailer in how it managed the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami. Some 13,000 Aeon associates were on duty when the earthquake struck on March 11. At the end of the first day over 10,000 AEON staff members were unaccounted for and almost two thirds of the 443 stores were unable to operate. Within a few weeks, some 98% of stores were open and supplying needed goods to the devastated region. According to Aeon, its single biggest lesson is that there is no training manual for such a disaster. How did Aeon’s network recover so rapidly and what role did supply chain play? Midori Yamaguchi, General Manager, Supply Chain Re-engineering Department, Supply Chain Division, AEON Global SCM Co., Ltd., Japan Operational Excellence 2011 Shared Plenary Afternoon Session Keynote Address – A Catalyst for Change Operational excellence is key to growth. It’s all about breaking down the silos between Supply Chain, IT and Marketing and working together to better serve the consumer. And it’s about retailers and manufacturers combining their minds to find ways to better meet the needs and expectations of the consumers of our products and shoppers in our stores. David Cheesewright, President & CEO, Walmart Canada Cherry on the Cake – The Art of Being You - Releasing Human Potential to its Fullest Caroline’s inspirational message on leadership and finding your voice brings a whole new meaning to ROI... a Return on Individuality. IDOLOGY is the art of being yourself — at work — and in that you have no competition. Caroline McHugh, Chief Idologist, id-ology, United Kingdom16:00 Departure for El Prat Airport