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ASCI Breakfast Seminar – Supply Chain’s Role in the S&OP process

20 March 2019

Time: 7.30am-9.30am
Address: Michael Page, 19/600 Bourke St, Melbourne, Victoria
Cost: Free for ASCI members and their guests - $25 for non-members
CPD: 1/2 points 

 

 

Join Oliver Wight Partner, Mike Reed as the keynote speaker for ASCI's first breakfast series of the year. Reed will be addressing how the supply chain can participate in a mature S&OP process to drive competitive advantage.

Key takeaways include:

  • What are the characteristics of the Supply Review in a mature S&OP process?
  • What are the customer-facing attributes that Supply Chain needs to adopt in order to drive competitive advantage?
  • How does this compare to the role that many Supply Chain groups play in S&OP today? 

For more information and to register, click here.

Location: Melbourne, Victoria


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