Process manufacturers, particularly in Oil, Gas, & Chemicals, have some of the largest, most complex global supply chains. Over the past 18 months a series of supply disruptions coupled with large amounts of demand volatility depending upon the end market have driven immense shortages and ever higher prices.
These disruptions have exposed the vulnerabilities in many process manufacturing value chains and require supply chain professionals to improve and drive towards seamless integration between planning and execution. Leading organizations are turning towards control towers to enable the following:
Sense and react when demand, production and/or supply chain disruptions occur
Analyze and predict supply chain constraints to proactively manage the supply chain
During this roundtable we would like to discuss:
Roadblocks in implementing a control tower
Creating a culture around high impact exception management
Ways to react with speed and resiliency
Changing the skills of planners
This roundtable discussion will take place on November 2nd at 12pm ET and will be led by Jeroen Regtien, Former COO at Kuwait Energy and Brent Hasenkamp, Former VP at Incora and Supply Manufacturing Strategist.
So, what is a roundtable?
This roundtable is a 1-hour knowledge sharing session in which a limited group of people <12 will engage in a discussion around the topic of the month. The session is facilitated by an industry expert in which diverse groups of innovators come to share knowledge, discuss challenges, learn new things, and meet new people. The session will be highly interactive and collaborative, with a fresh twist.
We keep the agenda simple:
Setting the scene
Why should I register?
Immerse yourself in a global community of professionals who are passionate about digitally transforming their businesses.
Learn a new tool and creative process that you can bring back to your team to collaborate and brainstorm together.
If you think webinars are great, but you’re missing the benefits of in-person collaboration and conversation. Be prepared to use this full hour of actively engaging on both Zoom and our creative end-of-the-session program.
Who is it for: Process Manufacturing US and sub-industries relevant with a focus on Chemicals.