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Group Discount!
Enjoy 10% off when you register for 3 or more OR
Register for 5 for the price of 4

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  1. Super Early Bird & Early Bird promotion: Discount will only be valid if payment is received by the stipulated date.
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CANCELLATION & REPLACEMENT

A replacement is allowed if registered participants are unable to participate in the virtual workshop. For cancellations received in writing before 4 Jun 2021, a full refund will be given with a 10% administrative charge. For cancellations received in writing before 14 Jun 2021, a 50% refund will be given together with the event documentation. There will be no refunds for cancellations received after 14 Jun 2021 or “no show” participants. However participants will receive a copy of the event documentation.

In the event of a cancellation, a refund will be made via the original mode of payment and based on the original amount we received. Refund is made based on the prevailing exchange rate and Pacific Conferences shall not be responsible for any foreign exchange currency losses.

Navigate this Period of Global Disruption by Adapting Nimbly to Supply Chain Shocks  

The recent pandemic has exposed weak links in supply chains regardless of the industry, country, or size of the business. Temporary trade restrictions, border closures and economic shutdowns have disabled organisations to varying degrees. Pressures on supply chains have been building even before the pandemic, with critical geo-political shifts and the rise of issues such as sustainability, strategic priorities have shifted as well.  

Raw materials, parts and components are exchanged across multiple national boundaries before being incorporated into finished goods. With production networks being stretched and tested in the recent years, supply chain managers are faced with the important task of making sure the network does not break down. How can businesses design and implement a robust process to identify and successfully manage growing risks as the world becomes more interconnected and interdependent?  

Build Resilient Supply Chain Networks, Uncover and Address Critical Vulnerabilities  

Join this interactive and practical 2-day virtual workshop and understand how to identify network exposures and protect entrenched supply chain networks. Discover the changes and trends impacting regional and global supply chains. Takeaway practical best practices when conducting a supply chain risk assessment. Analyse how leading organisations seek to properly embed business continuity and create supply chain resilience. Enhance supply chain performance with the adoption of digital tools and how to undertake effective scenario planning.  


Workshop Highlights

    • Changes and Trends in Supply Chain Risk Management  
    • Practical Approach to Conducting Supply Chain Risk Assessment  
    • Embedding Business Continuity and Building Supply Chain Resilience  
    • Embracing Digital Tools and Techniques  
    • Applying Interactive Measures to Build Greater Resilience  

Benefits of Attending

  • Understand what trends have impacted regional and global supply chains and approaches  
  • Discover the importance of supply chain risk management and leading frameworks and tools  
  • Deep dive into how to identify risks, measure risk impacts and create effective responses
  • Design and test business continuity plans that address critical supply chain risks  
  • Grasp the use of scenario planning and other tools to test the cost and validity of BCPs 
  • Takeaway a variety of digital tools and techniques to mitigate risks within supply chains  
  • Hear how leading organisations have progressed with the adoption of digital enablers  
  • Gain deeper insights into major supply chain break downs and how they can be managed 
  • Find out how to align resilience with the finance team and how to shore the impact of BCPs 
  • Learn how to test the strength and resilience of your supply chain and other case studies  

A Fully Interactive Virtual Workshop Experience

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 Hear LIVE presentation on leading case studies and common challenges  Get real-time answers to your questions throughout the workshop  Interact with like-minded professionals for dynamic exchange of ideas  Gain access to full workshop materials and handout

 

 

Workshop Leaders

Henry Brunekreef

Head of Supply Chain Advisory Practice, Operations Advisory,

KPMG Australia 

Peter Liddell

Partner, Asia Pacific Leader for Supply Chain & Operations Advisory,

KPMG Australia

Rakesh Agarwal

Partner,

KPMG Singapore 

Chris Burns

Associate Director,

KPMG Australia

Ujjal Dutta

Manager, Management Consulting,

KPMG Singapore

Who Should Attend

Senior level executives responsible for supply chain management, logistics, procurement, sourcing, operations and business continuity management.  

 

Agenda

  • Day 1 & 2: 9am-1pm (GMT +8) 
    Log-in Time: 8.50am (GMT +8) 

  • Session 1 – Changes and Trends in Supply Chain Risk Management

    This session will provide an illustration of the changes and trends that are impacting the approaches that organisations adopt to managing risk within their supply chains. 

    • What changes/trends have impacted on regional and global supply chains and why SCRM has become such an important corporate tool 
    • How leading entities are adapting their approach to managing risk in the supply chain 
    • Leading approaches, frameworks and tools to support SCRM  

    Chris Burns, Associate Director, KPMG Australia  

  • Session 2 – Practical Approach to Conducting Supply Chain Risk Assessment

    This session will illustrate how leading organisations conduct risk assessment of their supply chains. 

    • How to identify risk 
    • How to measure the impact of each risk event 
    • How to create an effective response 

    Rakesh Agarwal, Partner, KPMG Singapore  

  • Session 3 – Business Resilience

    This session will demonstrate how leading organisations seek to properly embed business continuity plans (BCP) into the organisation and create resilience within the supply chain. 

    • How to test and design BCPs that address critical supply chain risks 
    • Using scenario planning and other tools to test the cost and validity of BCPs   
    • How to test the strength and resilience of your supply chain 

    Henry Brunekreef, Head of Supply Chain Advisory Practice, Operations Advisory, KPMG Australia  

  • Session 4 – Embracing Digitalisation

    This session will demonstrate the type of digital tools and techniques that leading organisations are using to enhance performance, by mitigating risk within their supply chains. 

    • Highlight the progress made by leading organisations who are adopting digital enablers  
    • Showcase current digital tools and enablers enhancing supply chain resilience 
    • An illustrative real-life use-case(s) on how organisations apply digital tools  

    Peter Liddell, Partner, Asia Pacific Leader for Supply Chain & Operations Advisory, KPMG Australia 

  • Session 5 – Approach to Building Supply Chain Resilience

    This session will focus on real-life examples of how organisations have applied interactive measures to build greater resilience within their supply chains 

    • A focus on scenario planning 
    • Deeper-dive into major supply chain break downs 
    • Aligning resilience with the Finance Team – how to shore the impact of BCPs  

    Ujjal Dutta, Manager, Management Consulting, KPMG Singapore