ASQ VANCOUVER MONTHLY QUALITY AND EXCELLENCE PROGRAM
Solving supply chain volatility using Inventory BuffersCLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION LINK
Oct 26th, 2020, 6 :00 pm to 7:30pm PST
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Solving supply chain volatility using Inventory Buffers
DDMRP has exploded onto the scene and has been embraced with LEADING global companies such as Unilever, Michelin, Nestle, Stemcell, British Telecom and Shell. Companies are gaining phenomenal results, LEARN MORE WHY!
What is DDMRP?
Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning is a formal multi-echelon planning and execution method to protect and promote the flow of relevant information through the establishment and management of strategically placed decoupling point stock buffers.
This solution has brought to light the conflicts between forecasting, lean and MRP. This presentation will expand on these issues.
- How lean and 6 sigma systems can interact with the inventory function.
- How you have to buffer inventory, Its not just safety stock any more!
- Who is doing this?
- Resources, software and training.
Earn Recertification units for your ASQ Certification by attending this event
About the Speaker
Roberta McPhail is certified CPIM, CIRM, CSCP, DDPP, DDLP and CLTD. She currently is teaching APICS certification classes as a Master Instructor for the APICS Vancouver chapter via British Columbia Institute of Technology and Camosun College as well as corporate engagements thru out Western Canada. She is the 1st instructor in Canada to become both DDPP and DDLP instructor endorsed from the Demand Driven Institute and is also a Fresh Connections Simulation trainer.
Roberta brings to the table expert knowledge in the areas of: Project Scheduling, Master scheduling, repetitive/lean scheduling, forecasting, demand mgt, international procurement, distribution planning and MRP\ERP systems. Roberta has held senior level positions responsible for the planning, execution, and distribution processes for multi-site multinational manufacturing companies. This would include senior planning responsibilities for both China and Indian Operations.
About ASQ Vancouver Section 408:
ASQ Vancouver (ASQ Section 408) has been advancing individual and organizational performance excellence in BC by providing opportunities for learning, quality improvement and knowledge exchange for professionals in quality management, risk management, and sustainability management since 1986. We have 500 members across British Columbia.
Our objectives are to provide a valuable resource to our members for achieving professional excellence and advancement; to be a provider of information and learning opportunities for all topics related to quality; and to be a leader in operational excellence and delivering value to our local quality community.
Visit WWW.ASQ.BC.CA for more information about our monthly programs.