The Chief Supply Chain Officers’ Summit (CSCO) Summit 2011 will take place on November 17, 2011. This is a live online virtual event. The CSCO Summit is designed for Chief Supply Chain Officers, Chief Procurement Officers, Chief Operating Officers and Chief Information Officers, as well as forward thinking Vice Presidents and Heads of Department. Attendees can network, learn and share best practice around the critical factors driving the strategic supply chain agenda across multiple industry sectors, without leaving the office.
You will find all of the usual features of a physical conference at the Chief Supply Chain Officers’ Summit, including keynote presentations, a virtual exhibition hall, virtual networking opportunities and a dedicated resource centre, without the costs, time and travel associated with attending a traditional ‘Live’ event.
The Chief Supply Chain Officers’ summit is an online virtual event designed to meet the needs of Chief Supply Chain Officers (CSCO), Chief Procurement Officers (CPO) and Chief Operating Officers (COO) to network, learn and engage without having the time and financial costs associated with a physical conference.
This event should be attended by C-level Executives and Vice Presidents from global manufacturers and retailers from Supply Chain, Operations, Procurement & Purchasing, Manufacturing, Logistics & Distribution, IT & IS and Business Leadership.
The CSCO Summit is a Chief Supply Chain Officers’ conference intended for senior executives with responsibility for supply chain, procurement and operations.
The CSCO Summit features keynote presentations from senior ’C-level’ executives from across industry, who will be sharing insights with the global supply chain and procurement community on how to create an agile, flexible and responsive supply network that supports strategic business growth and enhances shareholder and customer value in the face of market volatility. With the role of the Chief Supply Chain Officer developing rapidly, and more and more organisations making supply chain management a fully-fledged board level position, the CSCO Summit will examine and develop the key elements of the CSCO’s role, as well as analysing how it interacts with other C-suite executives, particularly CPOs and CIOs.
2011 Speakers Include:
Jean-Francois Baril: Senior Vice President, Sourcing and Procurement for Nokia Corporation, based in Espoo Finland. He joined Nokia Group on January 1999.
John Macksood: In his role as Executive Vice President of Supply Chain Services, John Macksood leads a total of 19 operating units including; 16 Supply Chain Centers, 1 produce processing center, 1 crust manufacturing plant, and an Equipment and Supply center.
Marc Engel: In May 2008 Marc Engel was appointed Chief Procurement Officer for Unilever. Marc Engel joined Unilever in 1990 at Unilever Meat Group in Oss, the Netherlands.
Dan Turney: Kellogg Company’s senior vice president of Morning Foods Supply Chain since January 2011, having joined Kellogg Company in December of 2007 as Senior Vice President, Customer Logistics Services.
Dr. Hau Lee: The Thoma Professor of Operations, Information and Technology at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University and the Chairman at SCM World.
Dennis Omanoff: SVP, CSCO and CPO, Corporate Real Estate and Facilities McAfee, USA. 25 years of experience in operations and quality control to his role as Senior Vice President, CSCO, CPO, Facilities, Real Estate and Travel at McAfee.
Hans Thalbauer: SVP, LoB Solutions for Supply Chain, R&D and Visual Enterprise SAP Labs, USA. Hans is responsible for the strategic direction and the Go-To-Market of the Supply Chain Management, Service Parts Management, Product Lifecycle Management and Visual Enterprise solutions.
Erwin Hermans: VP, Supply Chain Solutions Celestica, USA. Erwin is responsible for managing and growing Celestica’s Supply Chain Services business. He brings more than 17 years experience in the area of supply chain strategy, operations and services.
Gaurav Sharma: Business Intelligence Manager Becker Underwood. Gaurav is responsible for leading the end to end Corporate Performance Management and Data warehouse solutions including Cognos BI, Cognos Planning and Cognos Controller implementations for global operations.
Paul Hoy: Global Business Analytics Leader IBM, USA. Paul is responsible for leading IBM’s Performance Management solution growth in the manufacturing industry. He is responsible for driving market strategy, aligning solutions with target markets, and helping manufacturing users derive value from IBM Cognos applications.
Fahim Afghan: VP, Strategy and Content SCM World, UK. Fahim is Vice president for Strategy and Content at SCM World. In his role, Fahim is responsible for all of the content generation for SCM World’s online webinar programme, C-level closed-door events and bespoke research projects.
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