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  1. Ed Lawson

    Agile supply chain planning

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    How to make your Supply Chain Planning Agile: Dynamic, Predictive, and Connected All companies plan, but not all companies plan well. In the current environment, how can we plan and act with confidence? Even prior to the global pandemic, our supply chains had been undergoing a significant transformation. The pandemic has amplified these challenges, exposing the fragility of our supply chains and planning processes. Traditional supply chain structures and planning processes are simply not equipped to cope with an increasing number of unplanned disruptions. One critical area that sets
  2. JP Doggett

    How ML & AI drive KPIs

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    How ML & AI drive KPIs (for current practitioners only) There's an emerging consensus that ML/AI will be a major feature of future supply chains but, at the same time, there is a lack of clarity about how and where to deploy them holistically to deliver tangible outcomes and improvements. Taking the '5 Cs" strategic business drivers (Customer, Cost, Compliance, Carbon footprint and human Capital), this discussion will explore: why holistic performance metrics (5Cs) are central to drive supply chains strategically using machine learning & artificial intelligence to
  3. JP Doggett

    How ML & AI drive KPIs

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    How ML & AI drive KPIs (for current practitioners only) There's an emerging consensus that ML/AI will be a major feature of future supply chains but, at the same time, there is a lack of clarity about how and where to deploy them holistically to deliver tangible outcomes and improvements. Taking the '5 Cs" strategic business drivers (Customer, Cost, Compliance, Carbon footprint and human Capital), this discussion will explore: why holistic performance metrics (5Cs) are central to drive supply chains strategically using machine learning & artificial intelligence to
  4. JP Doggett

    Logistics resilience & agility

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    Logistics resilience & agility (for current practitioners only) The global pandemic has highlighted the impact of interruptions on service and critical supply levels, in addition to impacts from climate change, social unrest, cyber and physical attacks on assets. To manage these risks and retain customers' trust, logistics planners need greater visibility and traceability to promptly detect and proactively manage incidents. This discussion will explore: incorporating external data for greater visibility & traceability near real-time response for shipment & tra
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