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South Africa Transformation Summit 2017 15 -17 March 2017 - Naledi

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South Africa Transformation Summit 2017 15 -17 March 2017 - Naledi

  1. 1. South Africa Transformation Summit “Best Practice For Scorecard Maximization Since The Dawn of the Revised Codes” 15 – 17 March 2017 Sandton Sun Hotel Johannesburg Tel: +27 (0) 11 341 1000 Fax: +27 (0) 11 268 6785 Email: naledis@amc-intsa.com Web: www.amc-intsa.com Gcina Mahlaba Group Transformation Manager BDO SA Group Poobie Pillay Group Transformation Executive Aveng Africa Israel Noko Chairman National Association BEE Consultants (NABC) Trevor Tshabangu Director Transcend Corporate Advisors Alana Bond Director of Consulting Simanye Usha Jivan Managing Director BEEScore Frans Els Managing Director FERA Eshana Manichand Head of Change /Transformation ACSA Paul Cobbold Senior Associate B-BBEE Nolands Advisory Services Accredited Training Provider By Services SETA Accreditation No. 2287 Tyrone Naidoo Chief Executive BEE Online Panel Discussion Driven Programme We invite you to attend the largest event for B-BBEE/Transformation managers in South Africa! We are proud to bring you the largest and most comprehensive Transformation Management conference in the history of South Africa, packed with leading professionals, exhibitions and service providers in the industry that will assist you to take theory to practice. Headline Speakers Include:
  2. 2. Corner Alice Lane and Fifth Street Sandton 2196, South Africa Hotel Reservations & Customer Contact Centre +27 11 461 9744 | 0861 44 77 44 Sandton Sun Contacts +27 11 780 5000 Summit Venue The Sandton Sun Hotel 70% RICH CONTENT & PANEL DISCUSSIONS 30% NETWORKINGHOURS OF CONFERENCE PROGRAMME14.5 OVERVIEW TRANSFORMATION MANAGEMENT HAS CHANGED. The Revised Codes of Good Practice of 1 May 2015 where a ready or not move by the government of South Africa. Many organisations have had to scramble to adapt their strategies, systems and process to accommodate the revised codes, which are much more stringent than the previous gazette. These circumstances have led to South African organisations being forced to take up a much more proactive stance in their B-BBEE scorecard management or face the consequence of drastically dropping in their score almost overnight. Furthermore the advent of the three priority elements of Ownership, Skills Development and Enterprise and Suppler Development have increased the risk of score discounting significantly. The role of Transformation Manager has also become increasingly crucial. Today large organisations must take up a deliberate stance to manage BEE or face even bottom line erosion as a weak score can result in a loss of business and reduction on revenue. As such your B-BBEE certificate has become a powerful competitive edge The Revised Codes have changed the landscape of business in South Africa. Ultimately if the true intentions of B-BBEE are to be achieved South African executives and managers need to apply best practices to maximise their scorecards while implementing interventions with real impact to economy. This event is structured for both private and public organisation to explore and discuss best practice activities across all the elements and offer experience and expertise gained thus far. SPEAKERS & PANELISTS41 Why this Summit is a must attend! Since the advent of the Revised Codes of Good Practice there have been tectonic shifts in the B-BBEE landscape. The Revised codes are much more stringent than the previous articulation and achieving a high score has become increasingly difficult. In this landmark event we shall explore best practice on how private and public organisations can maximise their scores across the five elements. Best practice that will save your organisation time, money and tremendous effort. We have assembled the leading industry minds for practical insights based their experience since the dawn of Revised Codes on 1 May 2015. Who You Can Expect To See At This Event… MD’s, CEO, CFO’S, Transformation Managers, Compliance Managers, HR Managers, Procurement/Supply Chain Managers, Finance Managers, B-BBEE Champions, B-BBEE Consultants, Verification Professionals, B-BBEE Regulators, ESD Professionals. Date: 15 – 17 March 2017 Venue: Sandton Sun Hotel
  3. 3. Benefits of attending: • Learn best practice for managing sustainable transformation while maximizing scorecard point for your organisation. • Appreciate ownership dynamics within the Revised Codes and the threats and opportunities therein. • Delve into fronting for express clarify of the risks and the loopholes available for large organisations • Greater understanding of how to best manage your Skills Development & Management Control Scorecard and best practice for points maximisation. • Master how to navigate the Enterprise & Supplier Development Scorecard to maximise points while creating tangible and lasting impact. • Learn how to best choose your Verification Agency according to your charter and interpretation of the Codes • Understand the Role of the Transformation Manager today including the necessary skills, tasks, demands and best practice to achieve KPI’s today . • Appreciate how to best manage B-BBEE in Public Entities & Municipalities while juggling the PFMA & MFMA structures. • Examine B-BBEE Management software tools available today, their impact, penetration, selection criteria, capacity dynamics and best practice for B-BBEE IT system efficiency. • Explore the role of the B-BBEE consultant in the industry moving forward and best practice in choosing and managing your consultant for best results. • Learn how to develop and implement a Transformation plan for your organisation with KPI’s and M&E milsetones. PROGRAMME DAY ONE WEDNESDAY 15 MARCH 2017 8:30 Registration 9:00 Opening Remarks from the Chairman 09:15 Keynote - Where are since the revised Codes of 1May 2015? Panel Discussion: Are the revised codes of good practice achieving the desired end yet? 10:15 Ownership Dynamics Large Enterprises - Ownership structures best practice - Ownership options for multinationals - Share Ownership Schemes - Ownership Opportunities for Listed Companies - B-BBEE Ownership Deal Case Studies - How to achieve Skills Development (SD) scorecard maximization - How to best work with your VA to achieve the best score 11:00 Networking Refreshments 11:30 Delving Into Fronting Challenges from a Procurement Perspective - Clarity and guidelines to avoid crossing the line - BEE Certificate Fraud - Loopholes within the Codes - Legal Implications for Fronting - Case Studies 12:15 Panel Discussion: How can fronting be curbed entirely? 13:15 Networking Lunch & Networking 14:15 Skills Development Scorecard Best Practice - How to develop a skills development policy - Learnerships: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly - How to verify accredited training qualifications and organisations - Best practice SLA’s between organisations and training providers - Balancing required skills and point scoring skills 15:00 Panel Discussion: How do organizations best achieve SD scorecard maximization and create real impact? 16:00 Supplier & Enterprise Development Score Card Maximization - SED Best practice for score maximization - B-BBEE procurement policy formulation and implementation - How to Host a supplier day - Impactful SED policy - How to select an Enterprise Development agency 16:30 Panel Discussion: How to balance SED scorecard maximization and real impact 17:30 Final Remarks by Chairperson & End of Conference Day 1 Usha Jivan Managing Director BEEScore Poobie Pillay Group Transformation Executive, Aveng Africa South Africa Transformation Summit 2017 Frans Els Managing Director FERA Alana Bond Director Consulting Simanye “Best Practice for Scorecard Maximization Since The Dawn of the Revised Codes”
  4. 4. Who will attend? • CE0’s, MD’s, CFO’s, MM’s, DG’s, CIO’s • Transformation Directors/Managers/Co-ordinators • HR Directors/Managers • Procurement/Supply Chain Directors/Managers • Compliance Managers • B-BBEE Consultants • Enterprise & Supplier Development Agencies • Verification Agencies • BEE Training Providers • BEE Software Providers PROGRAMME DAY TWO THURSDAY 16 MARCH 2017 8:30 Registration 9:00 Opening Remarks from the Chairman 09:15 Your Verification Agency: The Pros & Cons - How to Shop for a VA that suits your business - What lies ahead now that IRBA is out - How to tackle the interpretation of codes with your VA - Selecting the best VA for your Charter - Verification preparation - Increasing skills for a career in verification 10:00 Panel Discussion: How to best work with your VA to achieve the best score 11:00 Networking Refreshments 11:30 The Role of Transformation Manager Today - The skills necessary for TM’s today - Creating a transformation plan for your organisation - How to co-ordinate Element Champions - Transformation Manager Best Practice - To Internalize or to outsource to consultant - B-BBEE Management software opportunities and threats 12:15 Panel Discussion: How Can Management Control Target Be Achieved While Tangibly Advancing Business? 13:15 Networking Lunch & Networking 14:15 B-BBEE & Public Entities - B-BBEE Scorecard Best Practice For Public Entities - Opportunities and challenges for public entities - Achieving transformations targets and service delivery targets 15:15 B-BBEE Process Management software - Latest Development in BEE Process Management Software - How to choose your software provider? - Cloud Vs. On premise solutions - The software security checklist 16:00 Panel Discussion: Is South Africa ready for B-BBEE Process Management Software tools? 16:30 Management Control Scorecard Maximization - Grappling with EAP’s national and provincial - Crafting an organizational management control policy - Recruitment and selection for MC scorecard maximization 17:15 Final Remarks by Chairperson & End of Conference Israel Noko Chairman of the National Association BEE Consultants (NABC) South Africa Transformation Summit 2017 16:00 Supplier & Enterprise Development Score Card Maximization - SED Best practice for score maximization - B-BBEE procurement policy formulation and implementation - How to Host a supplier day - Impactful SED policy - How to select an Enterprise Development agency 16:30 Panel Discussion: How to balance SED scorecard maximization and real impact 17:30 Final Remarks by Chairperson & End of Conference Day 1 PROGRAMME DAY ONE CONTINUED… Eshana Manichand Head of Change and Transformation ACSA Gcina Mahlaba Transformation Manager, BDO Tyrone Naidoo CEO BEE Online “Best Practice for Scorecard Maximization Since The Dawn of the Revised Codes” Ready to book? Secure your conference place now in one of these 4 easy ways. 1. Online at www.at www.amc-intsa.com 2. Email your booking form to : info@amc-intsa.com 3. Fax your booking form to : +27 (0) 11 325 0048 4. Call +27 Trevor Tshabangu Director Transcend Corporate Advisors
  5. 5. Half Day Workshop 8:30 Registration 9:00 Opening Remarks from the Chairman 9:15 How to Create a Transformation Strategy for Your Organisation - Ownership structures to maximise BEEE score without infringing fronting rules - Gap analysis : establishing where we are and what interventions are necessary to achieve our desired outcome - Quantifying the gaps and gap budgeting - Getting buy in from line managers and senior execs, the why - Creating a realistic target for our business/charter/industry - Marrying BEEE strategy into your business strategy - Balancing point bearing interventions and strategic impact interventions - Creating key performance indicators, task allocation & M&E structures - The role of employment equity legislation in the BEEE strategy - The role of consultants and outsourced expertise Paul Cobbold Profile Paul is passionate about B-BBEE being responsible for facilitating Skills Development, Employment Equity and B-BBEE compliance in many organisation across South Africa. He is a driver of strategic initiatives to realize and enhance employee engagement in the pursuit of organizational objectives. Pauls practical expertise and experience includes: • Management and facilitation of the Employment Equity Departments • EE, BBBEE and Skills Development consulting • Labour Relations Policy formulation and consultation • Liaising with all SETA’s • WSP reporting (all SETA's) • Liaising with Department of Labour (on behalf of clients) • File compilation and assisting clients through the BBBEE verification process • File compilation and assisting clients through the EE substantial audit process (by DOL) • Employment Equity Training. PROGRAMME DAY THREE FRIDAY 17 MARCH 2017 Paul Cobbold Senior Associate B-BBEE Nolands Advisory Services Prepare for upcoming challenges and help focus your strategic plan by discovering how regulatory changes will affect your business Establish yourself as credible transformation professional by keeping up to date with the latest developments and thinking – a valuable benchmarking exercise Learn from the best – our real life case studies showcase companies who have done exactly that and been successful Get practical advice and insight on areas of specific relevance or interest from our range of interactive workshop sessions Build your professional network and meet with new and existing suppliers – a great opportunity to make cost and efficiency savings for your organisation Research what your peers are up to and make sure that your company always stays one step ahead of the competition Top 6 reasons why your attendance is crucial ABOUT AMC INTERNATIONAL AMC has built up a comprehensive reputation for delivering cutting edge business to business events that match international industry standards on every level. Based in Johannesburg the commercial nerve centre of Africa, AMC International was founded in 2001. Our service and product offering include: conferences, corporate sponsorship and hospitality, exhibitions and tailored corporate training. AMC international also maintains a fully- fledged office in Nairobi Kenya which is strategically positioned to penetrate the Eastern and Western African markets. Over the years we have been strategically focused on fine tuning the most effective dissemination of business information to niche and specialized markets. AMC has built a vast variety of industry relationships that allow us to creatively leverage off the best-of-breed solutions and expertise so as to continuously offer our clientele and partners the very best in business information, knowledge and skills transfer. As a credible, reputable and globally recognized and accredited institution, we guarantee you strategic innovation and absolute value.
  6. 6. South Africa BOOKING FORM 2017 “Best Practice For Scorecard Maximization Since The Dawn of the Revised Codes” Date: 15 – 17 March 2017 Venue: Sandton Sun Hotel Thank you for your interest in sponsoring this programme. 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