CEL Zoom Talk: COLLABORATION IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
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COLLABORATION IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
A Resilience Perspective
Thursday 10 June 2021 6:00PM GMT+7
The webinar topic investigates how collaboration between stakeholders and the establishment of alliances can help make the supply chain more resilient. It looks at innovative ways to operate supply chains, through crowd shipping, gainsharing, logistics alliances and the share economy and how these can reinforce the resiliency of the supply chain. It examines how data sharing can play an important role in supporting closer collaboration between stakeholders and how public-private partnerships, such as logistics or gateway councils can help focus the actions of all stakeholders on making supply chains resilient and hastening the pace of recovery in the event of a disruption. More precisely, this webinar will examine how supply chain collaboration and logistical alliances can help reinforce the resiliency of supply chains. At the heart of this collaboration is the sharing of information and data. It will also look at how multi-stakeholder initiatives and public-private partnership can help foster collaboration in supply chains and how this can translate into more efficient supply chains. The presentation will conclude with some examples of best practices of collaboration and alliances in supply chains and explain how those have helped reinforce both the resiliency and the efficiency of the supply chain, as well as any negative consequences that could have come from them.
Ruth Banomyong (PhD), Dean, Thammasat Business School, THAILAND
Professor Ruth is currently Dean at the Faculty of Commerce & Accountancy (a.k.a Thammasat Business School), Thammasat University in Thailand. Thammasat Business School is the only triple accredited institution in the country. He received his PhD in 2001, in the field of International Logistics within the Logistics & Operations Management Section (LOMS) at Cardiff Business School (UK). He was the winner of the James Cooper Cup in 2001 for the best PhD dissertation in logistics from the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT) in the United Kingdom. In 2016, Supply Chain Asia (Singapore) awarded the prize of supply chain educator of the year to Ruth. Ruth’s main research interests are in the field of multimodal transport, international logistics, trade facilitation & logistics development policy and supply chain performance. He has published over 100 papers and reports in such journals as International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management (IJPDLM), International Journal of Logistics Research and Application (IJLRA), Supply Chain Management: An International Journal (SCMIJ), European Journal of Marketing (EJOM), Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics (APJML), Journal of Applied Sciences (JAS), Maritime Policy and Management (MPM), Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics (AJSL), among others, and he has co-authored more than 10 books. Since 1995, Ruth has been a consultant for international agencies such as the United Nations Conference on Trade & Development (UNCTAD), the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP), The World Bank, The Asian Development Bank (ADB), The Association of SouthEast Asian Nations (ASEAN), OECD, etc.
Barry Elliott, Director, ABF1 Consulting
Barry Elliott has been a professional in manufacturing and distribution for more than forty years. His experience spans many industries and many countries, enabling him to distinguish between those things that work everywhere and others that need to be quite specific to a situation. Barry is based in Indonesia and Hong Kong, typically focusing on integration across the Supply Chain.
Julien Brun, Managing Partner, CEL
Julien is the Founder and General Director of CEL, the first international Supply Chain and Operations consulting firm in Vietnam. He is now managing a team of consultants who is fully involved in providing their expertise to procurement, manufacturing and logistics related businesses in the region. MSc in mechanical and system engineering (Technology University of Troyes, Ecole Nationale des Arts et Metiers, Paris), he gathered experience and know-how at several positions in product/process optimization in aeronautics (Airbus, Cooper tool) and automotive industry (Peugeot Citroen, Rover group) in France, England and Holland. Julien has spent as well 2 years in Africa, where he coordinated logistics and food distribution for >100,000p refugee camps in Africa, for the account of WFP (World Food Program) and UNHCR (High Commissioner for Refugees). From his arrival in Vietnam in 2005, Julien immediately felt lined up with local dynamism and developed the firm intention to support actively the country's industrial development. Beside consulting work, he is now lecturer in Lean Management and SCM in for Executive MBA program of CFVG Ho Chi Minh city. Recently, Julien has been voted to be the Vice President of French Chamber of Commerce Vietnam.
Ngan Le Thi Kim, Head of International CHC S&OP, Sanofi-Aventis
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