|Best Practice Procurement
and Supply Chain Management
Creating Substantial Value and Reducing Cost to your Business
March 17-18, 2005 * Holiday Villa, Subang Jaya
in Procurement & Supply Chain Management
World-Class Seminar brought to you by
An excellent opportunity to acquire the latest strategic thinking on procurement that has become a priority for companies around the world to gain bottom-line improvements.
Benchmark your procurement operations against latest leading-edge practices of major consultancies, apply simple diagnostic software to analyse your current performance, and move closer to excellence.
Examine the journey to e-procurement: what are the e-procurement and e-commerce approaches being used in leading businesses around the world, and a checklist on how to introduce e-thinking into procurement.
Examine why the Process approach to Procurement and Supply Chain Management is one of the few untapped opportunities for profit improvement.
Extract the maximum strategic value from your procurement and supply chain activities. Return to your management team equipped with:
- an understanding of why and how successful companies now expect Procurement and Supply Chain Management to make a major contribution to business results
- an update of knowledge of key themes in world-class procurement
- an ability to make solid contribution to business improvement
- a knowledge of the value proposition
- possible initiatives for step-change improvements in the way procurement is carried out
- knowledge of tools which support the development of strategic procurement
- approaches for measuring the performance of procurement operations
- a personal action plan and the ability to develop a Scorecard
You will work with a progressive management case study to demonstrate and reinforce the learning from the seminar that builds up progressively through the modules to the stage of obtaining a result. This process will enable you to bring the applications to life through a structured approach to understanding the actions you need to take to achieve success.
Dramatically improve the value of your performance by strategically managing the procurement process!
THE CASE FOR ACTION
The traditional measures of driving business improvement through process redesign, organisational restructuring and enhanced marketing have been fully exploited.
- Costs in the field of procurement and the supply chain typically amount to 8 to 10% of turnover
- “best in class companies” have close to half the procurement processing costs of an average company
- Management teams have yet to recognise the benefits of how procurement and supply chain management can provide competitive advantage by creating a more agile, effective and responsive business.
- Procurement and supply chain managers unfortunately often do not have the standing in the company to influence the management team
- Management and software producers have invested significantly in software tools from customer relationship management to supplier relationship management and have high expectations that process initiatives and costs pay off.
This seminar, made up of six leading edge modules, captures the strategic thinking and steps on managing the value chain using a number of tools and methodologies that have been developed in recent years.This and the series of “action-planning” sessions will help you explore the opportunities that exist for own company.
Procurement and supply chain is a continuous
process that enables companies to synchronize
and optimize activities, assets and resources
at strategic, tactical and operational levels
and allows the business to be managed as a
does the supply chain start and finish?
procurement strategies are deployed by leading-edge
- What is the roadmap to moving to excellence?
- What are the core themes of world-class supply chains?-cost, service, risk, managing effective supplier performance and across enterprise cooperation.
are the key features of best practices?
review of new initiatives in these core
areas will be shared in addressing these
Procurement and supply chain’s contribution can only be maximised if it is fully aligned with the business objectives
- Are your procurement vision and objectives based on those of the business?
- Are the business objectives understood by all involved in the procurement process?
- Is there a review process involving management and customers in place?
These questions will be addressed through a practical well- proven model for checking your company’s alignment. Action planning sessions will allow participants to discuss the actions they need to take to successfully move towards alignment. Examples from both private and public sector will be discussed
The procurement value proposition: where procurement
brings the greatest value, and an overview
of the latest thinking on managing the value
chain. Learn techniques to differentiate between
goods and services in context to their importance
to the business and potential for improvement.
- How is differentiation achieved and what are the benefits?
are you most at risk?
does the supplier's view impact the choice
Learn and apply a methodology to address these issues:
- Where to place effort for optimum results
- Risk analysis, both technical and financia
- Transition from high-level strategies to tactics
- Strategic supplier alliances
- Customer value drivers
Understand the models and hear of examples from industries from Pharmaceuticals to Defence
How will procurement change over the next
ten years and what procurement staff can do
to take advantage of the opportunities that
is e-procurement important?
are many companies uncomfortable about e-procurement implementation?
e-procurement bring bottom-line benefits?
to ensure smooth implementation of e procurement
- Degrees of e-collaboration
- Taking cost out of the process
- E-sourcing strategies
- Analysis of the benefits
- Case study of successful examples
Many companies have difficulty in measuring
procurement and supply chain performance and
its contribution to the bottom line.
bench marking play a part?
Self-assessment exercises to identify:
- Processes which need improvement
- Improvements offering greatest contribution
- Where limited resources should be focussed
- Quick wins
A diagnostic tool will be presented to help you compare the performance and processes of your own procurement operation with world-class standards. Learn to develop a Scorecard based on the output from the diagnostic tool.
In addition you will develop a simple personal action plan to drive your own contribution to business improvement.
MANAGING EACH IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE AS A
Converting knowledge into real action is a
major problem for many companies. The key
is to manage each improvement initiative as
a project and set objectives that match business
is it necessary to 'projectize'?
to reduce cost of your supply chains?
is the contribution of cross-discipline
should procurement initiatives deserve priority
when competing for limited resources?
model and case studies will be presented
in the achievement of real results and
in demonstrating its use in:
- Improving the supply chain for strategic
- Importance of cross-functional teams
- Identifying cost drivers and applying
- Spend analysis
- Identifying opportunities
- Cost analysis 'the easy way'
- Project hypothesis and validation
The management “progressive case study” will be brought to its conclusion during this session with Teams delivering their individual solutions and results
|IMMEDIATE BENEFIT TO:
- Managing Directors & CEOs
- Chief Operating Officers & Vice Presidents
- Managers and executives with responsibilities for developing strategies and managing the supply chain from capital projects through manufacturing, marketing, retail and customer services.
- Anyone in staff or line covering sourcing, systems, finance and distribution
INTERACTIVE SESSION :
The management “progressive case study” will be the thread of continuity through the two days and in addition you will be engaged in a series of ‘Management Team Meetings” for the purpose of discussing management issues, relating to procurement and supply chain management
Organisations that have benefited from Chris Jones…
Management Centre Europe
J.D Edwards Asia
Ikea Sweden AB
Defence Science Technology
Sembcorp Engineering International
Singapore Technologies Electronics
ST Aviation Services
Merck, Sharp & Dome
Housing & Development Board
and the list goes on…
E G I S T R A T I O N D E T A I L S
Best Practice Procurement
and Supply Chain Management
Creating Substantial Value and Reducing Cost to your Business
- March 17-18, 2005
- 9am-5pm daily
- Holiday Villa Subang Jaya, Selangor D.E.
RM 1,880 per person, inclusive of program manual,
lunches and refreshments.
Take 10% OFF the fee.
Register and pay before 15 February 2005.
Attendance Highly Recommended
This is to facilitate successful implementation
of the knowledge acquired from the program.
Group Incentive 10% off for 3 or more from the
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received after 20 February 2004.
Substitutions are allowed.
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