May 7-8, 2012 Advanced Sales and Operations Planning Practices
M H T A
901 D T ON M9W 1J5
Workshop Price CAD $1,495
Early Bird Price
CAD $1,295 Available Until April 15, 2012
10% Refund for Groups of Three or More From the Same Company.
REGISTER TODAY AT: WWW.JAGUAR-APS.COM
The seminar is aimed at business professionals who need to understand Sales & Operations Planning methodology and how it relates to Integrated Business Man- agement and Lean Thinking approaches. By gaining a solid understanding of indi- vidual S&OP maturity levels, senior management can apply these principles to man- age their business more effectively and to plan for continuous process improve- ment.
S&OP/Integrated Business Planning (IBP) are the key planning processes that pro- vide a practical and highly effective way to strategically link sales to operations and finance. To achieve a competitive advantage, customer focused demand plans must be integrated with the management of the supply side of the business. The S&OP process outlined in this seminar provides the knowledge to ensure sales, op- erations, and inventories are aligned and that plans are measured to enable contin- uous improvement.
In this workshop, participants will learn the concepts and go through the process of improving an S&OP function and moving the process to the next levels of Executive S&OP and IBP. These industry leading practices, as described by T.F. Wallace, Oli- ver Wight, Ventana, Gartner Research, Aberdeen Group among others have been utilized by Jaguar-APS consultants when leading their clients in continuous improve- ment. The approach is interactive, with participants working with real-life case stud- ies.
5863 Leslie Street Suite 456
Toronto, ON M2H 1J8
Phone: 416-806-7302 Fax: 416-499-0520
Presented by Charles Novak and Jim Siteman
“Mr. Novak has in-depth knowledge of demand planning, forecasting and business management processes, the tools, the theory and the applications. We use him to train our own staff, our customer's staff and to support us when we have specific needs we are unable to address. Highly professional, we do not hesitate to even refer our customers directly to him if required.”
Directeur principal chez Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, Montreal, Quebec
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