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    We're in the midst of the perfect storm for physical supply chain: constrained supply, disrupted routing, enhanced compliance, and global health risks. All of which have created price spikes, reneged contracts, and a flipping of control between shipper and importer. All importers are now re-examining strategy to see through the current turbulence, and to mitigate future risks. If agility means having options, and resilience means being able to mitigate risks to avoid crisis, then it can certainly make sense to reconsider international import logistics to seek visibility, alternative routing, a
  2. 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
  3. What are the common myths (and reality) around ML/AI adoption?
  4. For example, for report running. The promise of ML/AI etc. is not seem immediately deliverable so are there low cost solutions that can help and be deployed very quickly?
  5. JP Doggett

    Dynamic network design

    Dynamic Network Design An online, virtual boardroom discussion with SC Leaders, run under the Chatham House Rule by Intent Group on 17/06/20. With thanks to Martin Gouda of BCI Global, Frank Moonen of Boston Scientific and Erik Kremer of Balt Extrusions for their expert input into the discussion. Chaired by JP Doggett, Intent Group. Key points made / questions raised Risks of single source suppliers are here to stay: the cost of ‘insurance’ is too great, and the risks of a single supplier are more easily mitigated with inventory holding Need to make good/ b
  6. I am in the middle of compiling a business case for new supply chain planning software. I would be interested in sharing idea on the non-financial sides of the business case such as faster cycles, greater agility / resilience, more scenario planning capability etc.? What experience do others have of incorporating these aspects into a business case?
  7. JP Doggett

    IBP: zero latency

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    Our series of sessions exploring how demand forecasting and S&OP / IBP need to adapt to current conditions have highlighted the vital role that fast and accurate data is playing so we've scheduled more practitioner discussions exploring both what can be done in the short-term and how ML/AI can automate data processes in future. Join a small group of fellow supply chain practitioners to discuss: IBP: zero latency for availability & working capital- 9th June 11.00 - 12.30 BST / 12.00 - 13.30 CEST Agenda How to reduce latency when pulling data from multiple sources?
  8. JP Doggett

    Holistic ML/AI strategy

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    Our series of sessions exploring how demand forecasting and S&OP / IBP need to adapt to current conditions have highlighted the vital role that fast and accurate data is playing so we've scheduled more practitioner discussions exploring both what can be done in the short-term and how ML/AI can automate data processes in future. Join a small group of fellow supply chain practitioners to discuss: Holistic ML/AI strategy for resilient supply chains - 4th June 11.00 - 12.30 BST / 12.00 - 13.30 CEST - 10th June 11.00 - 12.30 BST / 12.00 - 13.30 CEST Agenda How has Co
  9. JP Doggett

    IBP: zero latency

    until
    Our series of sessions exploring how demand forecasting and S&OP / IBP need to adapt to current conditions have highlighted the vital role that fast and accurate data is playing so we've scheduled more practitioner discussions exploring both what can be done in the short-term and how ML/AI can automate data processes in future. Join a small group of fellow supply chain practitioners to discuss: IBP: zero latency for availability & working capital - 2nd June 11.00 - 12.30 BST / 12.00 - 13.30 CEST- 9th June 11.00 - 12.30 BST / 12.00 - 13.30 CEST Agenda How to r
  10. Intent Group Virtual Boardroom: Modelling with a Digital Twin Hosted by Don Brenchley, Director of Industry Strategy, LLamasoft Executive Summary What is a digital twin & how does it help with supply chain design modelling? Supply chain design involves creating a high definition digital replica of the physical supply chain which can be used to optimise performance, evaluate alternatives and determine the impact of changes in a safe, risk-free environment. This supports fast, evidence-based decision making and allows organisations to embark on strategic supply chain transfor
  11. What does a holistic / enterprise approach to ML/AI adoption look like?
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    Our series of sessions exploring how demand forecasting and S&OP / IBP need to adapt to current conditions have highlighted the vital role that fast and accurate data is playing so we've scheduled more practitioner discussions exploring both what can be done in the short-term and how ML/AI can automate data processes in future. Join a small group of fellow supply chain practitioners to discuss: Holistic ML/AI strategy for resilient supply chains - register - 29th May 14.00 - 15.30 BST / 15.00 - 16.30 CEST - 4th June 11.00 - 12.30 BST / 12.00 - 13.30 CEST - 10th June 11.0
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    Our series of sessions exploring how demand forecasting and S&OP / IBP need to adapt to current conditions have highlighted the vital role that fast and accurate data is playing so we've scheduled more practitioner discussions exploring both what can be done in the short-term and how ML/AI can automate data processes in future. Join a small group of fellow supply chain practitioners to discuss: IBP: zero latency for availability & working capital - register - 29th May 11.00 - 12.30 BST / 12.00 - 13.30 CEST- 2nd June 11.00 - 12.30 BST / 12.00 - 13.30 CEST- 9th June 11.00
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