7 May2 half-day sessions -13:00-17:00 UK Time
Session 1Tue 07 May 13:00 BST - Wed 08 May 17:00 BSTOnline
Session 2Wed 08 May 13:00 BST - Wed 08 May 17:00 BSTOnlineOnline
- Early Bird (available until 30 days before the course starts) £900.00 excl. VAT
- £1,000.00 excl. VAT
This course gives insight into the application of I4.0 technologies across the end-to-end supply chain that has the potential to deliver totally new operating and business models that lead to differentiated competitive positioning. The emphasis is on practical approaches that can be applied to help determine the radical transformation path required for delivering real business impact in terms of cost, quality, resilience, sustainability and growth.
What you will learn
- Latest concepts and practical frameworks to help your organisation to understand the full potential of digital transformation in your end-to-end manufacturing supply chain.
- Case studies of digital supply chains transformation (‘Digital Lighthouses’) which demonstrate leading approaches and global best practice.
- Typical ‘digital traps’ that leading companies have identified in securing the full business potential of I4.0 (and how these can be overcome).
- Practical frameworks for building a comprehensive Digital Supply Chains Transformation Roadmap - engaging across business, operations and IT functions – that can deliver totally new operating and business models that underpin competitive advantage.
Who Should Attend
The course is suitable for anyone responsible for, or interested in, the strategic development of smart factories and end-to-end supply chains, and those tasked with developing improvement initiatives, including:
- Senior operations executives looking to inspire thought leadership in digital technology adoption and supply chain transformation across their organisations.
- Mid-level operations managers and executives who lead strategic change programmes in global supply chains.
- Strategic analysts and internal consultants who support major strategic change programmes.
- High-potential functional leaders and managers who are seeking to develop awareness of the important global, enterprise-level strategic challenges that the business is facing.
- Dr Jag Srai
- Dr Paul Christodoulou
Session 1 - DEVELOPING A DIGITAL SUPPLY CHAINS VISION
Latest concepts and practical frameworks on future digital scenarios
Session 2 - NEGOTIATING COMMON ‘DIGITAL TRAPS’
Lessons from latest research on best practice case studies
Session 3 - DEVELOPING A TRANSFORMATION ROADMAP
Digital supply chains architecture model and roadmapping methodology
Session 5 - WHERE NEXT?
Harnessing digitalisation to enable Resilience and Sustainability
Session 6 - COURSE SUMMARY
Key learnings and applying in the every-day