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    Every supply chain has its idiosyncrasies, every organisation its own patterns of demand and forecasting. There's therefore no fixed way to rate or select 'the best' planning tool - rather you must select the best tool for your organisation. This session is aimed at those who know there is a need for a planning solution or a change of tool; who are evaluating the best options and beginning the process of shortlisting or narrowing down the search. We'll look at selection process and methodology, looking at scorecasrd frameworks that can help prioritise and narrow the field. We'll draw on expert
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    The disconnect between plans and reality often undermine confidence in the effectiveness of planning processes. One of the main causes of this disconnect is latency in decision-making: the time between an event being detected (or predicted) and action being taken. This discussion will explore how this gap can be closed using an integrated business planning and execution framework which can realise value from investments in IoT and AI. Discussion Partner: AGENDA IBPX: closing the gap between planning and execution Identifying principle causes of latency, including l
  3. Output from a member discussion hosted on 22nd April by Aleem Bandali of o9 Solutions: What does next-gen omnichannel retailing look like? There are two main parts: The customer-facing aspect where the customer must feel that they are engaging with a single, seamless entity. A lot of work has gone into this aspect already; The back end infrastructure which, if anything, is more important as it should keep the brand's promise and this is where a lot of work still needs to be done. The key is not thinking about supply chain in isolation but everything - planning, commercial
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    Even if you are very focused on a specific project or focus of supply chain enablement, it's important to see this in the context of a broader digitalisation roadmap. In the interdependent context of supply chain, it's vital to see the dependencies and to understand the target outcomes. In this discussion we explore how to visualise, position, and set a roadmap in place for success, ensuring outcomes meet objectives and avoiding missteps. For this discussion we' draw on expertise from SAP experts Olivehorse, and will involve a range of businesses looking at either wholesale transformation or s
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    The disconnect between plans and reality often undermine confidence in the effectiveness of planning processes. One of the main causes of this disconnect is latency in decision-making: the time between an event being detected (or predicted) and action being taken. This discussion will explore how this gap can be closed using an integrated business planning and execution framework which can realise value from investments in IoT and AI. Discussion Partner: AGENDA IBPX: closing the gap between planning and execution Identifying principle causes of latency, including l
  6. Summary of a discussion on 11th March with members from General Mills, Atlas Copco, Corbion, Aston Martin, Unilever, Alstom, GSK focusing on an implementation of concurrent led by Ayse Gul at British American Tobacco with Alexis Rotenberg of Kinaxis. What participants wanted to improve about their current planning processes Visibility and responsiveness to demand and supply volatility i.e. agility Scenario modelling capability including financial impacts Data-driven decisions Integration of planning & execution Key takeaways Concurrent p
  7. DRAFT AGENDA S&OE - S&OP: balancing short- and longer-term planning horizons What works best in terms of synchronising cycles and managing information exchange between them? Best practice for roles & responsibilities, inc. when not possible to have distinct teams ABOUT INTENT DISCUSSIONS All discussions are private, held under the Chatham House Rule and moderated by INTENT with approx. 6-8 participants for 45-90 mins of candid, interactive discussion (not a passive webinar) Some discussions include subject matter experts fr
  8. DRAFT AGENDA Integrating external / big data for planning Dealing with volatility and compromised value of historical data Identifying reliable external data sources: customers, suppliers, indices, data providers...? Integrating, harmonising and harnessing external data into planning systems and processes ABOUT INTENT DISCUSSIONS All discussions are private, held under the Chatham House Rule and moderated by INTENT with approx. 6-8 participants for 45-90 mins of candid, interactive discussion (not a passive webinar) Some
  9. DRAFT AGENDA Continuous / concurrent / non-sequential planning Volatility driving the need for shorter planning cycles and greater agility Aligning data so that a change in one attribute cascades across the rest of the supply chain in real time On demand scenario modelling Closing planning & execution gaps ABOUT INTENT DISCUSSIONS All discussions are private, held under the Chatham House Rule and moderated by INTENT with approx. 6-8 participants for 45-90 mins of candid, interactive discussion (not a passive w
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