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SCM integration in a Defense Platform Sustainment Environment
Kenneth A. Shaw
Mr. Shaw will discuss the challenges in integrating a global supply chain sustainment network for the highly diverse portfolio of products supported in the Boeing defense environment. He will discuss how the application of the SCOR model, workflow management tools, and supply chain design and architecture management are being deployed to orchestrate the supply chain to execute with precision and agility based on the needs of Boeing's customers.
Kenneth A. Shaw is responsible for developing and leveraging strategic supplier relationships for all Global Services & Support programs while overseeing an organization with more than 1400 employees at 10 sites across the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom that provides Supply Chain Management services for more than $4 billion of material annually.
Prior to his role in Global Services & Support, he served as director of Supplier Management & Procurement for Boeing Space & Intelligence Systems−Special Programs, where he focused on developing and implementing supplier management strategies to improve program execution and supplier performance, and foster business growth opportunities.
Mr. Shaw has held positions of increasing responsibility in supplier management and procurement across Boeing's defense and space programs since joining the company in 1992. He led Supplier Management & Procurement for Integrated Defense Advanced Systems business, where he focused on growing the business portfolio by leveraging supplier technologies and relationships.
Prior to that assignment, he led the supplier management and procurement team supporting the Homeland Security and Services organization with five offices across the United States and two offices in Australia.
With more than 20 years of experience in supplier management in the aerospace industry, Mr. Shaw began his career in major subcontracts at Northrop Corporation's B2 division. In 1992, he moved to Boeing (formerly McDonnell Douglas) to join the C-17 military air lifter program. He was instrumental in the C-17 supplier cost reduction program that resulted in more than $1 billion in supplier savings. Additionally, he led the Outside Manufacturing and Strategic Contracting organization across multiple Southern California sites, supporting programs for both government and commercial customers, with a focus on the development and execution of a comprehensive supply base management strategy.
Mr. Shaw holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree form the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. He has a bachelor's degree from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Meeting the Challenges of Demand Forecasting and Demand-Supply Matching for Intel's Computing Continuum
Intel promotes the computing continuum, advancing computing and its benefits to everyone. As consumers demand customization and portability, and emerging markets grow, more content is going to more users on a myriad of devices. Companies such as Intel face increased demand volatility due to worldwide economics and uncertainty, and need to sense and shape demand.
Areas where Intel leverages advanced technology across its supply chain business processes (including software, inventory optimization, business intelligence, and analytics) will be addressed. One of the greatest challenges Intel sees is forecasting amongst uncertainty. Forecasting in all geographies across the entire computing continuum where user requirements are constantly evolving - complexity!
Intel's success in aligning demand with supply in its worldwide manufacturing network - and how Intel is able to do this with its inherent long manufacturing cycle time -- will be examined. Agility, responsiveness, and operational excellence are key themes - all while promoting and leading in sustainability and corporate responsibility.
Jason Grebe manages the team responsible for business management functions for Intel microprocessor, chipset and wireless products. The business management functions include short-term and long-term demand forecasting, pricing, supply strategies and worldwide operations.
Mr. Grebe joined Intel in 1994 in the Chipset Product Division focused on capacity and product planning. He held a number of positions, including Director of Flash Products Operations, and customer operations manager for America's Sales and Marketing, responsible for the procurement relationships for all multinational, channel and local OEMs customers. He has held other management positions in Planning and Logistics, including Dell Businesses Operations.
He received a bachelor's degree in industrial management and economics from Carnegie Mellon University and an MBA from Sacramento State University.
A Look Into The Future: Robotic Supply Chains
The current wave of robotic systems that are just now becoming available on the marketplace and what the future is going to bring in this exciting area of research and development will be discussed. Also, how the use of these systems in the future will change the way we think about distribution centers and supply chain networks. How will our supply chains be changed by the coming robotics revolution?
Mr. Bonkenburg will demonstrate and discuss the latest available robotic technology, talk about the companies that are using this technology, and what the supply chain professional needs to know now about the possible future impact of this rapidly developing industry.
St. Onge Company is an international supply chain engineering and consulting firm. Since its founding in 1983, St. Onge Company has preformed over 3000 assignments for over 500 clients in over 30 countries and now has offices in the US, Europe, Middle East, and Asia.
For the past 14 years, Mr. Bonkenburg has helped top companies design and implement innovative distribution and manufacturing centers. Many of his consulting efforts have focused on custom automation and robotics within the distribution and warehousing environment. His past clients have included companies such as Dell Computer, Johnson & Johnson, ExxonMobil, Proctor & Gamble, Samsung, Unilever, Adidas, Dow Corning, Merck, Urban Outfitters, Lockheed Martin, Stryker, Vistaprint, FedEx, Walmart, and PepsiCo among others.
Mr. Bonkenburg has been interviewed by publications such as Project Management Magazine and the Wall Street Journal. He often speaks at events for organizations such as the Material Handling Industry of America, the European Brands Association, Logicon, the Robotics Industry Association, and the Beverage Supply Chain Collaboration Forum. He spoke to a small but energized audience at the Supply Chain Council Europe conference in 2012, who voted him as one of the best speakers ever heard at a supply chain conference.