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Mikael Arhelger might attend Silvia Soler Campreciós's event

Thu, 06/19/2014 - 13:21
Mikael Arhelger might attend Silvia Soler Campreciós's event
The Future of Supply Chain Management at GuangzhouJune 19, 2014 from 2pm to 5pm>> To register, sign-up online & click on "Will Attend" on the right corner!Due to major technology improvements and shifts in purchasing patterns by consumers and globalization, the operations field in many industries (i.e. manufacturing and services) are experiencing critical and major changes. These changes are having a direct impact on the way companies plan, source, make and delivery goods and services for today and into the future.The seminar is designed for senior management and operations professionals across many industries to highlight key areas where changes are taking place and how some companies are adapting technology to change and improve their business efficiency and performance.The seminar will cover the following areas: 1. Operations as a Strategic Asset 2. Begin to End Process Logic 3. Operations Performance 4. Managing Cooperation with Customers and Suppliers 5. Future Use of KPIs and Performance Measurements to Achieve SuccessAgenda 14:00-14:30: Registration 14:30-15:10: Presentation Operations Performance 15:10-15:30: Tea Break and Networking 15:30-16:30: Managing Cooperation with Customers and Supplies to the Future use of KPIs 16:30-17:00: Q&A and DiscussionMr. John Benito Mr. John Benito has more than 35 years’ working experience in the operations field and has worked in many Asian and European countries as well as the USA, including 16 years in China. John has worked in a variety multinational companies such as 3M, Parker, Siemens and Hercules, as well as a “Senior Consultant” for many automotive, telecommunications and medical operation companies. He holds an MBA in Production Engineering”, a Post Graduate Diploma in “Operations Management”, is an APICS “CPIM” and a Certified Quality Auditor.Non-Council / Cha.in Member > Walk-in, pay at the door, RMB 400 (US$65) Council / Cha.in Premium Members (check your profile photo) > Walk-in, pay at the door, RMB 200 (US$32)See More

Max Henry updated an event

Fri, 06/13/2014 - 10:08
Max Henry updated an event
Services Indirect Procurement Asia Forum at ShanghaiSeptember 18, 2014 all day>> To register, sign-up online & click on the "Will Attend" on the right corner! As a follow up to our Indirect Procurement China Forum held in March, this event will continue to present and share what some of leading companies have done to transform their indirect procurement in Asia. Speakers from a wide range of industries will share their experience in their consolidation efforts of services vendors, how they gained influence over internal stakeholders, and how they used technology to have better control over services spend and built a team to succeed in Asia.Whether you're a CPO or indirect functional head, from a large spend or a small spend company, the Council's Services Procurement Asia Forum is your best source for gaining practical knowledge that will help you do your indirect job better in China and the rest of Asia.Topics covered: - Driving corporate services beyond Cost in Asia - Applying Strategic Sourcing Principles to the Procurement of Services - Examples of indirect procurement transformations - Key principles in successful indirect negotiations - How to develop great services RFP - Developing services contracts that work in China - Strategies to Source & Manage T&E, logistics services, marketing, telecom, legal, etc... - Talent management in indirect procurement - Bridging the gap between indirect procurement and ITWho Should Attend This program is designed for procurement and sourcing professionals responsible for not only acquiring services, but also for developing the procurement strategies in Asia. Team leaders, project managers and members of supply chain cross-functional teams will also profit from this unique event.Why You Should Attend Did you know that depending of the industry, 30% to 80% of all procurement is services-related? (CAPS Research). Discover how to translate your knowledge about sourcing and buying tangible goods into the services arena, and uncover hidden savings in the process. 

Categories to be discussed:
Accounting or financial services, advertising, payroll & benefits, consulting, logistics, human capital, IT, insurance, legal, outsourcing, relocation, telecom, training, travel, fleet, utility services, waste and cleaning, etc... Imagine the benefits of an effective services spend!Round tables and networking time are built into the schedule to allow you time to find out how your colleagues are leveraging the power of indirect services spend optimization.Are you maximizing your services spend?See More

Tim Olson is now a member of Chain.NET - The Supply Chain Social Network

Fri, 06/13/2014 - 01:53
Tim Olson is now a member of Chain.NET - The Supply Chain Social Network

Laurent Cochet is attending Chuck Cheng's event

Mon, 06/09/2014 - 22:04
Laurent Cochet is attending Chuck Cheng's event
CHaINA'14 Live at ShanghaiJune 11, 2014 to June 12, 2014>> To register, sign-up online at www.chainalive.comChina's Largest Supply Chain Event is back again this June 11-12th in Shanghai!  Latest Speakers confirmed include: - Charlie Clevenger, Global VP, Delphi - Lienjing(LJ) Chen, Managing Director, Pratt & Whitney China Operations - Jonathan Wang, Supply Chain Director, Yihaodian      - Kenith Poon, Director Purchasing & SCM, Johnson Controls - Mayank Agarwal, Head of Global Sourcing, Air Liquide - Daniel Lu, Senior Logistics Manager, Puma - Joe Li, Head of Global Sourcing, Masheed Trading & Transport - Vincent Zhang, Planning Manager, Intel - Philip Wang, Former Head of Suply Chain APAC, Philips Lighting Electronics - Rose Hu, Procument Director, Starbucks - Dominique Vinet, General Manager, ex Renault - Ricky Shen, Former Asia Logistics Manager, Corning - Pamela Lin, Logistics Director, LVMH Perfume & Cosmetics - Yi Su, Commodity Manager, Schneider Electric - Susan Wei, Global Supplier Development Director, Volvo Construction Equipment - Daniel Krassenstein, Director Asia Operations, Procon Pacific - Cathy Yang, Indirect Purchasing Manager, Thermo Fisher - Laurent Levy, Managing Director, Open Groupe - Long Wong, Chief Operating Officer, U-Cosmetics - George Zhao, Director, Kurt Salmon - Javier Cunat, Founder & MG, The Beijing Axis - Damon Parling, Partner, PwC - Jim Serstad, Director, Tompkins - Olivier Levy, Managing Director, Dragon Sourcing - Tuan Phung, Managing Parter, VCL LegalMore speakers' information,click here Non-Council Premium Member > RSVP online with advance payment, RMB4520/US$ 725 (Before May 16) Council Premium Member  > RSVP online with advance payment, RMB3600/US$ 525 (Before May 16) Grab a Team Learning Combo! Buy 3 Get 1 FREE! Click on http://chainalive.com/register/.   For more info, go to www.chainalive.com Any question, pls contact live (at) chaimedia.comSee More

Sean Yu updated their profile

Mon, 06/09/2014 - 11:04
Sean Yu updated their profile

Harshad Deshmukh joined Max Henry's group

Sat, 06/07/2014 - 23:30
Harshad Deshmukh joined Max Henry's group
SingaporeThis group is currently open to CHA1N members, the Global Supply Chain Council members and those interested in learning more about supply chain, logistics or procurement and located in Singapore.See More

Harshad Deshmukh is now a member of Chain.NET - The Supply Chain Social Network

Sat, 06/07/2014 - 23:29
Harshad Deshmukh is now a member of Chain.NET - The Supply Chain Social Network

Mariana Thiesen and Thabiso Mothoeng joined Chain.NET - The Supply Chain Social Network

Fri, 06/06/2014 - 19:56
Mariana Thiesen and Thabiso Mothoeng joined Chain.NET - The Supply Chain Social Network