CEL SCM Evening Talk: SUSTAINABLE LOGISTICS
Calculating the carbon footprint of a company’s comprehensive logistics framework is tremendously complex. Green transport is already important for business customers, 63% of whom believe that companies will regard transportation as a key lever to reduce carbon footprint. We have achieved the highest level of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere in the history of humanity, and logistics is the number one contributor to CO2 emissions. Sustainable logistics addresses the operational aspects of sustainable supply chains, and focuses on analyzing the implications of environmental considerations in logistics decisions.
CEL SCM Evening Talk: SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT IN SUPPLY CHAINS
Supplier Relationship Management requires a selective approach. Good Supplier Relationship Management will help us Supplier Relationship Management unlock the Hidden Value in Your Supply Base, becoming a hot and hotter topic in supply chain management. We cannot have a relationship with every supplier; for many suppliers we simply need them to provide what we want, on time, in full, to agreed budget or price.
CEL SCM Evening Talk: DEMAND MANAGEMENT AS A CAREER IN SUPPLY CHAINS
The Demand Manager role is being acknowledged as one of the critical success factors for those organisations who are embracing an integrated business management approach such as a Sales & Operations Planning journey. A Demand Manager is needed to coordinate and manage the forecasting team to maintain the process.
CEL SCM Evening Talk Series: The S&OP "SPRING" - So What Is The Problems?
Regardless of size and industry, most companies in recent years are facing significant business challenges including shrinking profit margins, reduced customer loyalty, growing global competition, shrinking product life cycles and increased supply chain complexity. These factors result in business growth that is below plan and have created new challenges for supply chain managers. They altered the global competitive environment into one of high uncertainty and risk.
Master Class: Designing your enterprise supply chains, from ‘outside-in’
Presented by Dr John Gattorna, Global Supply Chain ‘thought leader’ and Author
Who should attend
This program is designed for executives at two levels in the organisation:
SVPs/EVPs/CSCOs should ideally attend to better understand how customers in their served markets can be interrogated for the purpose of adjusting operational strategies, and ultimately undertaking a complete transformation informed by the market;
VPs/GMs/SCMs should attend to learn the precise mechanics of how behavioural segmentation is undertaken, and how the results of this primary in-market research can be converted into supply chain designs that precisely link the company to its customers;
Special Talk: Role of Positive Emotions in Fast Paced and Changing Business Environment in Vietnam
Recent research in organizational psychology and positive psychology has shown that one of the best ways to increase productivity, engagement, creativity and motivation of employees and to decrease the staff turnover is to actually increase experience of positive emotions at workplace.
Conflict Management in Procurement
The vast majority of people would much prefer not to deal with conflict, if given a choice. Unfortunately, conflict is part of life, if you're going to do your job, you have no choice. Conflict can occur in every aspect of our daily works such as salaries, promotions, recognition, evaluations, other team members, being managed too much, not being managed enough, task that were too tough, tasks that were too boring...
SCM Evening Talk - Supply Chain Excellence: Driving Relationships
Do you know that almost ¾ of C-level executives are uncertain whether Procurement adds values, and more than half are dissastified with procurement process compliance across the global organization. The findings from ISM Global Scan Study highlight that demonstrate value that is in sync with enterprise-wide goals is still elusive for many supply management organisations. This evening talk covers a deeper dive into key relationships and the role Supply Chain professionals play to drive value.
Procurement Night Talk: Business Acumen - the key to being a strategic Procurement leader
The evening talk covers a collection of business acumen needed for success as we climb the ladder to become a strategic procurement leader.
CEL SCM EVENING TALK: Supply Chain Risk Management
Supply chain potential risks and disruptions have a significant impact on the company’s business and financial performance. Risk stems from uncertainty about the outcome of a strategy, a process, or an event. This uncertainty is heightened as the timing and accuracy about the information available concerning the event becomes unclear. As the risk grows, so does the potential for financial loss. Companies with mature supply chain and risk management capabilities are more resilient and able to withstand supply chain disruptions. Participants in this presentation will learn how to identify, analyze and put in place actions to prevent and mitigate the impact of supply chain risks.
HCMC - Negotiation Skill and Techniques for Procurement Professionals
Whether you are new to purchasing or an experienced negotiator, an overview of negotiation basics can help you sharpen your buying skills. This presentation provides an overview of the negotiation process, pre-planning, necessary preparation, negotiation methodologies and techniques in order to achieve the goals.
CEL Logistics Evening Talks: Transport Optimization in Vietnam
In Vietnam, travelling time represents 7% of truck time spent, the rest is idle.
In HCMC on average, 10 tons handled for 1 ton sold. In Hanoi, 15 tons handled for 1 ton sold.
How to optimise your transport costs, lead time?
Conflict Management in Procurement
The vast majority of people would much prefer not to deal with conflict, if given a choice. Unfortunately, conflict is part of life, if you’re going to do your job, you have no choice. Conflict can occur in every aspect of our daily works such as salaries, promotions, recognition, evaluations, other team members, being managed too much, not being managed enough, task that were too tough, tasks that were too boring….
Evening SCM Talk: S-COR Model
The Supply Chain Operations Reference model (SCOR) is the world’s leading supply chain framework, linking business processes, performance metrics, practices and people skills into a unified structure. The supply chain operations reference model (SCOR) is a management tool used to address, improve, and communicate supply chain management decisions within a company and with suppliers and customers of a company.
Global Student Challenge - Are you ready for the Final?
The Global Rounds have ended and proved to be very exciting. The competition was fierce as during each round the top spots were occupied by different teams and the scores were remarkable! Now, the battle in the Global Rounds to reach the Top 20 has ended and the final scores have been calculated. We want to congratulate all the teams for their efforts and for getting this far in the Challenge!