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How to drive growth through finding out the hidden opportunities in supply chain? That is the question industry leaders will answer at 2014 Manufacturing Supply Chain Officer Summit.( http://ilpgf.com/hoztcz/)
The Manufacturing Supply Chain Officer Summit, 26-27 March 2014, will serve as a spark for the global discussion and debate that we believe are essential to illuminate constantly the way to excellence, innovation, growth and success for all of global practitioners in the supply chain profession.
Along with 35+ speakers and 300+ delegates from international organizations, world top universities, and leading manufacturing companies, John Gattorna, the internationally SC thought leader will kick off the summit as a particular method to revitalize our supply chain.
"It's a fabulous event with great speakers, great content, and tremendous delegates. All in all it's a very very good learning environment on the topic of supply chains", said John. This year, he will continuously focus on dynamic supply chain, in attempting to cope with the "˜new normal' operating environment - volatility and more volatility.
The currently confirmed speaker line-up includes:
John Gattorna, Author and "Thought Leader", Executive Chairman, Gattorna Alignment P/L
Kari KulojÃ¤rvi, Senior Vice President, Smart Devices Supply Chain, Nokia
Todd Glance, Vice President, Supply Chain, Lear Corporation
John Roden, Sr. Vice President of Global Supply Chain Management, Dana
Lisa Klein, Senior Vice President Global Manufacturing, Mattel
John Caltabiano, Vice President of Global Sourcing, Jabil Circuit
Philippe Pellegrin, Group Vice President Global Procurement and Outsourcing , STMicroelectronics
Thomas Callarman, Professor of Operations Management, CEIBS
Dr Omera Khan, Director of The Logistics Institute and Deputy Head of Management Systems , Hull University Business School
MSCO'14 helps you chart your way to think and re-think:
What differentiates the top companies?
What can we all learn from them?
What processes should we keep as core, and which ones can be sourced?
How best can we leverage technology?
Where should we re-invest the time and efforts?
Further info on the conference Website: http://manufacturing.sco-summit.com
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