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Supply chain professionals now have needs beyond the scope of one or two frameworks. The strategy of your organization needs to be in tune with your supply chain strategy in order to integrate with the rest of the organization and its extended supply chains. This orchestration will be the focus of this year's North America Supply Chain Council event for 2014.
SCOR or M4SC™ (Management for Supply Chain) innovations and implementations, as well as other new ways professionals are tuning their supply chains, are integrated into this conference program. Every attendee to the conference will receive a printed copy of the version 1.0 of M4SC, the new framework under development from SCC that covers Strategy to Resources. M4SC demonstrates how to implement SCOR tools, techniques, and templates throughout an organization, not just at a project level.Supply Chain World North America and Global Member Meeting brings together the people who deliver and create value in the supply chain to share and network the latest trends and results.
SCW sessions include:
- Practitioner case studies presented in a relevant, informative manner.
- Sessions to enable attendees to acquire new skills and improve personal and company performance.
- Interactive learning sessions with ideas and methods that can be quickly applied by attendees.
- Educational sessions that build on or add to Supply Chain Council's body of knowledge.
Companies of all sizes and stages of supply chain maturity recognize that their supply chains are critical to their growth, profitability, and strategic effectiveness. Taking supply chains to the next level requires insight, which this conference strives to provide. Topics may include advanced supply chain areas, as well as introductory and intermediate sessions around the SCOR framework.
Optional Warehouse Tour on Wednesday, 16 April, 8:00-11:00 am.
LifeWay Distribution Center Warehouse Tour just outside of Nashville. Transportation provided. This 400,000 sq. ft. distribution facility with 200 employees uses pick to voice (new!), pick to light, WMS and TMS technology, and has very successfully integrated lean into their culture, which they will demonstrate for participants. Tour includes graphical dashboards around the DC and 55 work areas.
Limited to the first 20 registrants – sign up when you register for the conference.
Attendance at Supply Chain World North America 2014 will qualify for 25 IISB PDUs from ISCEA and one certification maintenance point per educational hour attended from APICS.
Attendance will also qualify for ISM recertification – one continuing education hour (CEH) credit for each educational hour attended. Specific documentation requirements apply.