LeanCor Executives to Present at CSCMP Conference

cscmp 2013LeanCor executives - Robert Martichenko (CEO), Roger Pearce (VP of Lean Deployment), and Matt Melrose (VP of Operations) - will be presenting and speaking on panels at the 2013 Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) annual conference in Denver, Colorado next week. Below is the line-up of hot topics. Hope to see you in Denver!

Operational Excellence and the Supply Chain—Fact versus Fiction

 

Track: Operational Excellence in the Supply Chain
Description: This session will focus on rethinking logistics and supply chain management to create maximum value at minimum costs. Operational excellence methodology is emerging as the clear solution to optimizing the flow of material, and reducing costs and organizational waste at all levels. Learn the proven, guiding principles that serve as the strategic pathway to achieving operational excellence in logistics and supply chain management.
Session Date/Time: Monday, 10/21/13; 9:45 - 11:15 a.m.
Sessions Room: Room 603
Session Speakers: Robert O. Martichenko, LeanCor Supply Chain Group
Session Type: Tutorial
Educational Session: Session 1
Experience level: Intermediate

ROI of Operational Excellence—How Do You Know It’s Worth It?

Track: Operational Excellence in the Supply Chain
Description: This executive panel will discuss the ever-so relevant question of what the return on investment (ROI) of an operational excellence initiative is. As supply chain leaders, we must rationalize every decision and need hard evidence for profitability. When it comes to operational excellence, benefits include increased supplier fill rate and supplier performance, supply chain visibility and improved measurement systems, and increased inventory velocity and inventory reduction. Learn about these details and more from our well-renowned industry leader speakers.
Session Date/Time: Monday, 10/21/13; 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
Sessions Room: Room 603
Session Speakers: Thomas Escott, Moderator, President, Hudson Logistics; John Ferguson, SCI Logistics; Roger Pearce, LeanCor Supply Chain Group
Session Type: Panel discussion
Educational Session: Session 3
Experience level: Intermediate

Academic and Industry Collaboration at the Tarmac Level

Track: Working Together: Collaborative Supply Chain Research in Action
Description: The relationship between supply chain professionals in industry and academia is a unique one, as supply chain academics seek to conduct research that is meaningful to practitioners and industry endeavors to provide ready access to real world problems. Unfortunately, this dynamic is less common in other business disciplines. This panel session will explore how industry and academics can continue to build on the strong heritage of applied research. The panelists will illustrate leading-edge research that is conducted jointly with industry participants. Industry perspectives will illuminate the value that
comes from collaborating with university faculty and students for purposes of advancing knowledge and practice.
Session Date/Time: Monday, 10/21/13; 9:45 - 11:15 a.m.
Sessions Room: Room 205
Session Speakers: Thomas J. Goldsby (Moderator), The Ohio State University; John A. Caltagirone, Loyola University Chicago Quinlan Schoo; Steve T. Gran, Zero Degree Consulting; Matt Melrose, LeanCor Supply Chain Group; John H. Woodrooffe, University of Michigan
Session Type: Panel discussion
Educational Session: Session 1
Experience level: Intermediate

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