Do you and your organisation have what it takes to face all the challenges arising in a world of constant change presenting ground-breaking innovations within purchasing and logistics? How can you use digital power and reduce the risks posed by an increased seamless flow? Not to mention what happens within AG, VR, Big Data and all the other definitions that the future holds? During the day, we will provide answers to these and to many more questions affecting your dynamic future. We help to think the right away and to act quickly.
Welcome to your most important and most obvious meeting place regardless of the level, focus and market within purchasing, logistics and supply chain. As usual, an eventful day in the Conservatory at the Grand Hôtel in Stockholm with the network and skills development in the form of seminars, interviews and interesting speakers. This year’s theme: Digital Innovation in Supply Chain. Reserve your place today
Senior economist, Confederation of Swedish Enterprise
The world stands before a turbulent period next year. This will result in a predictable unpredictability due to such things as Brexit and the USA’s new direction in 2017. Over the course of the year, Sweden has experienced an economic boom with a good and increasing level of growth. However, the risk of a setback cannot be ruled out. This will most likely affect both purchasing and logistics, and not least the flow chain. That is why we need to have a look at our preparedness and to consider what we can expect in the future. Bettina will also present new reforms that will have a major impact on the future and on the economy in the world at large.
Futurologist and CEO of Futurewise
CEO Positive Purchasing
“How to buy the right digital tools for your function if you are a CPO transforming procurement”
With a plethora of companies offering the latest digital solutions for procurement we explore what is really needed to better enable strategic procurement, what the perfect digital solution looks like and how to avoid buying solutions that don’t get used or fail to live up to their promise.
Owner of Gotofuture
As children, we use our imagination without any trouble. From morning to evening there are new worlds without limitation where anything at all can happen. Then we grow up and we are faced with a world of endless deadlines that leave us little room for new ways of thinking. Research shows that creativity flourishes best in dynamic social situations. Good ideas come about in interactions with other people, over a cup of coffee or at an after-work gathering. Ideas take root and grow in new environments with the help of new impressions. This is exactly what happens in the Conservatory at the Grand Hôtel when we play the “Makanatsu” innovation game.
Managing Director at Centiro
How are you as a purchaser and logistics provider affected by the new unknown challenges of the future?
We live in a time when nobody can avoid the upcoming challenges and turbulent changes, where the digital waves are rolling in over everyone's beaches, where the business models and supply chains are fundamentally affected.
Niklas Hedin, founder and Managing Director at Centiro, leads you in a discussion as to what digitalisation will mean, and where we are headed. Niklas is active along the frontier between the digital and physical words, and he is curious about how you relate to it all. Do you see it as a threat or as an opportunity?
Director, Supply Chain Management & Procurement, DentsplySirona Implants
S&OP in the Medtech Industry
A multi-step process involving demand planning, supply planning, middle and top management meetings for decision-making and authorization in order to create value.
Director EMEA Shared Services, Getinge AB and CPO Indirect Purchasing, Group Operation, Getinge AB
Getinge started a transformation journey to become one company 2015, Agnieszka and Benny will share; learnings and challenges from shared services center and indirect purchasing. In the shared services center, the digital agenda have developed from ideas to implementation with first benefits realized.
Agnieszka will talk abouth the experiences, challenges and benefits from working with digitalization in reality, through the organization, lean optimization and automation. The plans and future outlook for new opportunities of areas for digitalization will be shared.
Benny will contribute with the experience and learnings from creating and transform an indirect purchasing organization to meet business requirements, leverage shared service center potential and optimize the delivery.
CEO Old Street Labs - Founder Procurement Leaders
The future of procurement and in fact all business relationships is about collaboration and the co-creation of value. Supplier collaboration has moved to the top of the agenda at leading procurement organizations across the world. Mark will give you best practice and recommendations on:
This will all be set against the background of supplier collaboration and innovation and the digital evolution of procurement.
Mark has 20 years’ experience building and delivering high value enterprise solutions to help large corporates work smarter. Mark is passionate about solving problems, innovation and technology.
The only Swedish pilot to have been trained by the US Marine Corps and to have flown its attack helicopters
In the spring of 2010, Robert Karjel was posted in the Gulf of Aden by the Somali coast. He was on assignment by the UN and EU to lead his helicopter division in its task of combating the pirates located in the area. Prior to his assignment in Somalia, he had very little time to prepare his unit for the operation. At that time, the organisation was marked by past failings within the armed forces’ helicopter operations, where prestige projects were substantially delayed and many colleagues died in air crashes.
In spite of the circumstances, the naval force in which Karjel and his division were included succeeded in warding off more than 100 pirate attacks and in escorting food and medicine to millions of starving people in Somalia. It was a feat that attracted considerable attention, both at home and internationally. In 2013, a new unit that Robert created with Black Hawk helicopters was formed in Afghanistan.
Robert Karjel’s esteemed lectures deal with how one gets an organisation, as well as an individual employee, successfully to face completely new assignments in spite of difficult external and internal circumstances. He provides inspiration and insight into how the “impossible” can be divided up into manageable parts without the entirety being lost. Karjel shows how managers create successful organisations by generating motivation within an individual and how to turn an individual’s fear of failure to a common sense of wanting to achieve something great.
Robert Karjel has an MSc in Engineering Physics. He was trained in the US Marine Corps and in 2005 he was a Copeland Fellow at the prestigious Amherst College in Massachusetts, where he worked as an author.
Ph.D and Assistant Professor at Umeå School of Business and Economics. Researching in how consumer purchasing behavior is affected by digital interactions such as gamification.
Head of Business Content, Silf. Senior delegate International Federation of Procurement and Supply Management.
|Tid:||08:30 - 17:00|
|Pris:||SEK 5,480. Price for members: 4,930 SEK (Can not be combined with other offers)|
|Plats:||Vinterträdgården, Grand Hôtel, Stockholm|
+46 8 752 16 80