Future-proof your supply chain
Today, companies face greater uncertainty than ever. Constantly changing business conditions create a volatile business landscape, and in order to future-proof your business, you need a resilient supply chain with a competitive edge. With Integrated Business Planning, you can take advantage of the uncertainty in the business landscape.
For a business to survive in a volatile world, you need to have a supply chain that is resilient to disturbances. You do not need to plan for every possible outcome, but you must have the right processes in place to react to unforeseen events.
However, having a resilient supply chain is not enough to thrive in a volatile world. You need to create a competitive edge, and to do so, your business needs to be anti-fragile. The best-in-class supply chains are anti-fragile – they can take advantage of disturbances by learning from each disruption and using these learnings to improve their business.
Do you want inspiration on how to gain a competitive advantage and become anti-fragile? Then join us on 23 January where you can learn more about how to take your supply chain to the next level with sales and operations planning (S&OP) and integrated business planning (IBP). You will also get the opportunity to hear other companies share their learning and experience from their journey with S&OP and IBP.
The event will focus on various inspiring aspects of IBP, binding together operations, sales and finance. You will learn about the latest trends in supply chain planning from IBP experts, supported by practical cases on companies that have already started their IBP journey.
S&OP/IBP is a cross-functional decision-making process that you can use to steer your organisation towards better balancing of demand and supply. It brings the functions in the organisation together and helps them speak the same language and align on the same plan. It also helps bridge the gap between long-term strategic plans and short-term operational plans.
With S&OP/IBP in place, you can make timely decisions that are driven by company profitability rather than silo targets, base decisions on clearly mapped fact-based scenarios rather than gut feeling and integrate rolling business plans with financial budgets on a continuous basis. By doing so, you will achieve continual focus, alignment and synchronisation among all functions of the organisation.
Introduction and welcome
Keynote talk: Future-Proof your supply chain
By Thomas Holm, Implement Consulting Group
Case talk: “How Alfa Laval implemented Integrated Business Planning”
– How Alfa Laval involved top management
By Alfa Laval
Key Note: The human factor of Integrated Business Planning
By Connie Køhler Gudum, Implement Consulting Group
First café session
With 4 parallel tracks
Second café session
With four parallel tracks
Third café session
The next steps: “Why companies need to collaborate even better on the short term”
By Jacob Bønnelycke, Implement Consulting Group
Wrap-up and networking
Implement Consulting GroupStrandvejen 542900 HellrupDenmark
21 January 202014:00 (CET)
Free of charge.
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