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NZPICS Webinar Series: – Supply Chain transformation to meet the needs of a future that has arrived early
October 7, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
NZPICS Webinar Series: – Supply Chain transformation to meet the needs of a future that has arrived early.
The Covid-19 crisis has had an unprecedented impact on supply chains worldwide. Argon & Co has worked globally to understand the implications of the crisis on their businesses, and to help develop strategies to allow the crisis to be weathered, and in some cases to be used as a catalyst to improve as a business.
The webinar will focus in on three key topics:
1. Integrated Planning – One key topic in the Recovery phase is how to balance operational recovery with demand recovery as constraints are relaxed and as geographies act and react differently to new ways of living and working. In this webinar, we will share our thoughts on how to plan your way through recovery and into renew.
2. Digitise and automate to win – A key topic in the Renew phase is how to digitise and automate your supply chain to be more agile, more responsive, more efficient and more collaborative in a world post COVID-19.
3. Omni channel strategy – A key topic in the Renew phase is how to reset your supply chain strategy to respond to customer demand change across channels and to develop the new capabilities required for seamless, unified commerce.
Chris Foord Regional Director, Argon & Co NZ. Previously with The Warehouse Group, Fonterra, M&S and Sainsbury’s. Supply chain professional with strong international experience across the value chain in multinational retail and consumer goods industry. Global work experience in Europe, Asia, Middle East and New Zealand. Substantial success leading operational transformation programmes across the end to end supply chain covering infrastructure, people, process and systems.
Argon & Co is a global management consultancy that specialises in operations strategy and transformation https://www.argonandco.com/en/
Date: 7 October
Time: 1100 hrs to 1200 hrs
Meeting ID: 899 3317 5650