Virtual Boardrooms

Virtual Boardrooms are small scale online discussions around a single theme, with input from a recommended expert. Approx. 6-10 people can join each discussion and attendance is capped to allow genuine interaction and free-flowing discussion.

 

The agenda is tailored to your specific questions and challenges, making this a valuable and trusted way to hear the experiences, opinions and approaches of other members. The sessions are inclusive and interactive, meaning you can ask questions of others and pose your challenges to the group.

 

They are NOT a passive listening experience (like webinars). Feel free to ask us more, we'd be delighted to talk to you about involvement in one of these discussions. These discussions are conducted under Chatham House Rules. More info

Upcoming Virtual Boardrooms

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How to effectively use 3PL to help your supply chain perform 

12 November, 11.00am GMT

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Future-Ready Supply Chain: Data & decision management, automation & insights

20 November, 11.00am GMT 

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Warehouse Automation Strategy - getting the investment and strategy right

26 November, 11.00am GMT 

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Using AI to progress to No Touch Demand/Supply Planning 

3 December, 11.00 GMT

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Network Design

28 January 11.00 GMT

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Multi-modal, multi-carrier transport execution & trade optimisation

11th February 11.00 GMT

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AI - Where and how to exploit potential

25th February 11.00 GMT

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Fuller details of the virtual boardrooms

How to effectively use 3PL to help your supply chain perform 

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12th November 2019, 11.00 to 12.30 GMT

How to evaluate if outsourcing your logistics could benefit your operation

What are the indicators that suggest you should be outsourcing?

How to run a tender, select and contract the right 3PL

How to set the right KPIs and SLAs

How to address 3PL poor performance

With guest expert Simon Dixon, MD, Hatmill Consulting

Future-Ready Supply Chain: Data & decision management, automation & insights

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20th November 2019, 11.00 to 12.30 GMT

Where & how to automate to run end-to-end supply chain processes efficiently
How to generate insights from data to solve problems
Moving towards "recommend" concept of business applications to get value from data, including external sources and leveraging tools like AI / ML

With guest expert Vikram Singla, Oracle

Warehouse Automation Strategy

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26th November 2019, 11.00 to 12.30 GMT

What are the must haves to future proof B2C?

Risk vs. return: key factors to consider in the current climate

Taking the strain out of peak - avoiding labour shortages

With guest expert Simon Dixon, MD, Hatmill Consulting

Using AI to Progress to No Touch Demand/Supply Planning

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​3rd December 2019, 11.00 to 12.30 GMT

  • Benefits of using AI in planning

  • Freeing up planners' time for more value add

  • Real examples of what is already working

  • Taking steps towards pilot projects

With guest expert views from Trusted Data

Network Design

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28th January 2020, 11.00 to 12.30 GMT

Optimising operations, remaining agile 

Customer segmentation and channel management

Balancing cost to serve and customer service 

Growth & consolidation - aligning to the future of your business

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Multi-modal, multi-carrier transport execution & trade optimisation

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11th February 2020, 11.00 to 12.30 GMT

  • New market consideration and and preparation

  • Compliance and ensuring adherence to local processes

  • Agility - ensuring capacity in peak periods

  • Enabling E2E visibility

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AI - Where and how to exploit potential

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25th February 2020, 11.00 GMT

What are the capabilities of AI in supply chain and logistics?

How to approach AI, ensuring value

What decision making can you effectively automate?

Asking the right questions of AI - avoiding wrong decisions made with bad data

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