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Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference 2011

Wednesday | 14 September 2011 | 9:00h - Thursday | 15 September 2011 | 18:00h

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old-event1Date:  14 & 15 September 2011
Location: Lancaster London Hotel, London, UK
Organizer: Gartner
Event Website: www.gartner.com/technology/summits/emea/supply-chain/index.jsp

Squeezed between recession and recovery, supply chain executives need a new set of fundamentals to achieve optimal efficiency and agility in their networks. From advanced sales & operations planning (S&OP), to sustainability strategies, and innovative approaches to talent management, executives have new tools at their disposal to achieve supply chain excellence. And none too soon, as global commodity and materials costs are rising much more rapidly than consumers’ willingness and ability to pay higher prices. The result: A further squeeze on already-strained supply chains.

After two intensive days of Gartner analyst presentations, success stories from fellow supply chain executives, and roundtables aimed at sharing best practices, you’ll leave with a deeper understanding of the success factors and pitfalls to avoid on your journey to supply chain excellence, and a strong set of relationships with peers to help you get there.

The Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference agenda will address the new realities of today’s supply
network to help position supply chain executives for success in 2011 and beyond.

Agenda Tracks

Supply Chain Strategy and Planning
for chief supply chain offi cers and other heads of supply chain
processes, as well as for executives charged with the supply chain
planning function.

Sourcing and Logistics
for senior executives across the source and deliver functions within
an organization’s supply chain.

Manufacturing and Supply Chain IT
for manufacturing leaders within the organization, as well as
for those IT executives specifi cally charged with supporting
increasingly IT-intensive supply chain processes.


Wednesday | 14 September 2011 | 9:00h
Thursday | 15 September 2011 | 18:00h