Nov 2 - Workshop - The Fresh Connection: A Demand Driven S&OP experience

November 02, 2018
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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Executive Plaza Hotel Coquitlam
405 North Road
Coquitlam, BC V3K 3V9
http://www.executivehotels.net/coquitlam-hotel/?gclid=CjwKCAiAtdDTBRArEiwAPT4y-_2AC_ph21_q7uO98bbR6XrvHN4A3JiG0geZRRzF6rUqyL8daeZmYRoC2ZwQAvD_BwE
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The Fresh Connection: A Demand Driven S & OP Experience is a realistic simulation game of a supply chain management situation.  First time in Canada!

A 3 IN 1 LEARNING EXPERIENCE!

  • Sales and Operations Planning
  • Demand Driven MRP for a Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise concepts
  • Team Building

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This one-day unique Demand Driven S&OP Experience workshop will allow you and your team to experience and test implementing DDMRP buffers in a simulated environment powered by The Fresh Connection (TFC). The workshop discusses the broad concepts of the Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) buffer methodology, practices decision-making and participants experience the positive impact of buffer implementation in a risk-free environment. The workshop then follows an S&OP process to discover how implementing buffers in a budget constrained environment, typical of the real-world, can still deliver high service level expectations. This, while systematically reducing inventory investment AND achieving an expected Return on Investment. The experience provides a platform for organizational change management, builds confidence for your DDMRP implementation project and is relevant for leadership and/or operational staff. This workshop is co-branded and fully endorsed by the Demand Driven Institute.

You will experiment with the Demand Driven S & OP process implementing  DDMRP Buffers in a real-world, budget-constrained environment dramatically improves customer service while reducing inventory investment and guaranteeing a significant ROI (Return of Investment).

 

Discover how to translate a strategy into a tactic and then into your operational action plan

Experiment how to reduce stress for the supply chain department


OBJECTIVES OF THIS INTENSIVE SIMULATION:

- Replace a silo operation with the Sales & Operations collaborative planning approach process 
- Improve participatory decision-making for short, medium and long term horizons 
- Discover how to translate a strategy into a tactic And Then into year operational action plan 
- Demonstrate the impact of effective supply chain management on profitability
- Explore the potential for quick wins utilizing buffers
- Learn how to improve your life
- Adapt the tactical planning and the buffers depending on your strategy

YOUR TEAMS WILL USE A LIVE WEB BASED SIMULATION - WILL BE A INTENSIVE DAY AND FUN!    READ MORE ABOUT IT ALL

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Discover how to translate a strategy into a tactic and then into your operational action plan.  Be among the first teams recruited by Bob in Canada, the CEO of the Fresh Connection, to use Demand Driven S & OP to make the business competitive.

YOUR MISSION - IF YOU ARE WILLING TO ACCEPT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Be among the first teams recruited by Bob, the CEO of the Fresh Connection, to use Demand Driven S & OP to make the business competitive.


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QUALIFIES FOR 8 APICS MAINT CERTIFICATION POINTS

Details:

  • Full day workshop 8am to 5pm
  • Lunch and refreshments provided
  • Parking is free, just register in the training room, Do not pay for parking.
  • Wifi included
  • Laptops needed(not provided)

 

Questions? Contact the organizer HERE


YOUR FACILIATORS

Caroline Mondon

Caroline Mondon, CFPIM, CIRM, CSCP, CDDP, CDDL has been a plant manager for the robotics, nuclear, and electronic equipment industries, a supply chain implementer in SME, a Supply Chain & Logistics Director for the automotive industry, and is currently a consultant/owner of CM Entreprises. Mondon is General Manager of Fapics, the French Association of Supply Chain Management, Master Instructor and co-designer of the DDI Course Demand Driven Supply chain Fundamentals, qualified trainer of The Fresh Connection around the world since 2011 and co-designer of  the DDS&OP experience version and author of a best selling business detective novel “The Missing links”, inspired by Dc Eli Goldratt. French MRPII version “le chainon manquant” published by AFNOR in 2005, national award “Quality and performance principles” in 2010, 3d edition in 2015, DDMRP version Published in the US in July 2016 by Industrial Press. www.themissinglinks.info

Roberta McPhail, CPIM, CIRM, CSCP, CDDP, CDDL, PMP, CLTD

Roberta McPhail is currently an independent consultant and trainer specializing in Supply Chain and Project Management. 

In her 30 plus year career, she has extensive cross functional experience in all levels of Supply chain with a focus on continuous improvement.  Roberta brings to the table expert knowledge in the areas of:  Project Scheduling, Master scheduling, repetitive/lean scheduling, forecasting, demand mgt, international procurement, distribution planning and MRPERP systems. Roberta has held senior level positions responsible for the planning, execution and distribution processes for multi-site multinational manufacturing companies.  This would include senior planning responsibilities for both China and Indian Operations.   

Roberta is certified CPIM, CIRM, CSCP, CDDP, CDDL, CLTD and PMP.   She currently is teaching APICS certification classes as a Master Instructor for the APICS Vancouver chapter via British Columbia Institute of Technology and Camosun College as well as corporate engagements thru out Western Canada and Globally.   She is the 1st instructor in North America to become both CDDP and CDDL instructor endorsed from the Demand Driven

 


Tickets

$795.00 APICS Member Individual Ticket

$2,950.00 Team ticket of 4 from one company

$825.00 Regular public pricing
$715.00 Earlybird rate before September 20