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Seminário Executivo - Building High Performance Supply Chains
Início: 29 de Setembro de 2016
Fim: 29 de Setembro de 2016
BUILDING HIGH PERFORMANCE SUPPLY CHAINS
Adding value, reducing cost

In this intensive and interactive Workshop Professor Martin Christopher will explore the ways in which companies can achieve long-term competitive advantage through investing in supply chain excellence.

Using many examples from best practice, Martin Christopher will highlight the opportunities that exist for creating agile and responsive supply chains capable of coping with today's turbulent business environment.

Martin Christopher:
Emeritus Professor of Marketing & Logistics, Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University, UK

More informations:
www.martin-christopher.info

Programa
Session 1: The new rules of competition

  • Competing through capabilities
  • Managing the end-to-end supply chain
  • Creating the agile supply chain
  • Delivering more value at less cost


Session 2: Managing complexity in the supply chain

  • Sources of supply chain complexity
  • The cost of complexity
  • Product design and supply chain complexity
  • Mastering complexity for competitive advantage


Session 3: Building the supply chain of the future

  • Emerging mega-trends
  • Shifting centres of gravity
  • The new industrial revolution


Destinatários
  • Quadros Séniores e Especialistas


País: Portugal
Local: Lisboa - Museu do Oriente
Organização: APLOG
Telefone: 214135740
Email: eventos@aplog.pt
Web: www.aplog.pt
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