PREPARE NOW FOR COVID-19 BUSINESS RECOVERY
Discover how you can best prepare your company and recover
COVID-19 continues to spread around the world. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to this crisis. Businesses need to act now, and learn from others. Companies in China are gradually resuming production, but the challenges imposed by the coronavirus pandemic are far from over. Cash-flow problems and parts shortages may slow efforts to get plants up and running. And the spread of the disease, creating a humanitarian crisis around the world, is likely to weaken demand. Senior executives in China expect COVID-19 to pummel their businesses in the short term, followed by a gradual recovery.
This webinar will focus on ways for companies to get ready for the normality & what to do to minimize the impact of similar disruption if happening in the future again. This webinar also focuses on two key actions to effectively manage our businesses during COVID pandemic: Sales & Operation Planning in time of crisis, and portfolio rationalization. The S & OP process needs to be adjusted to the current reality, enabling quick and short-term oriented decisions to successfully drive our businesses within this turbulent context. Portfolio rationalization is a fundamental action to help re-synchronizing the Supply Chain when facing supply and demand disruptions. It enables making the decision and operational processes leaner, handling product scarcity, and focusing the resources towards the most profitable sales.
Wednesday 22 April 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Indochina Time (GMT+7) or
Wednesday 22 April 19:00 p.m. - 20:00 p.m. Indochina Time (GMT+7)
Mr. Youssef Bouzoubaa, Project Manager
Mr. Andrea Tretti, Director
Mr. Julien Brun, Managing Partner
Who should attend
This webinar is designed for business leaders, supply chains - logistics - procurement professionals.
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Supply Chain & Operations In Emerging Markets