Design Chain Operations Model and Convergence Theme
WASHINGTON, April 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Supply Chain Council (SCC) will host at the
SCOR Framework Training - 11-12 May 2009
SCOR Seminar - 13-14 May 2009
SCOR Convergence Training - 14 May 2009
Successful use of SCOR with other frameworks and methodologies specifically for the Defense and IT industries will be the focus of this very low priced seminar, as SCC works to make educational seminars affordable for everyone in supply chain and related professions.
The Keynote -- Moving Towards Supply and Design Chain Excellence in USAF -- will be presented by Grover Dunn, Director of Transformation, Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Installations and Mission Support, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C.
Today SCOR is combined with much more than just Lean and Six Sigma, where the first convergence work emerged. Speakers will share the latest convergence implementations, including how SCOR expands into Design and Customer Chains, and empowers Risk Management, PBL, and Sustainment, as well as Six Sigma/Lean. The IT element will be engaged throughout.
This event also marks the first public review of the Design Chain Operations Reference Model (DCOR) 2.0 and the SCC's Supply Chain Excellence Awards will also be presented.
On Thursday morning, a SCORmark Benchmarking Workshop will be included for seminar attendees led by Joseph Francis, Executive Director of SCC.
About Supply Chain Council and SCOR
The Supply Chain Council is a non-profit organization of over 800 corporate members including leading companies from all segments of industry, as well as universities, software providers and business consultants. The SCOR model is a registered trademark of the SCC in the United States and Europe. SCOR is now a growing internationally used standard providing a unique framework that links business process, metrics, and best practices into a unified structure to support communication among supply chain partners and to improve the effectiveness of supply chain management and related supply chain improvement activities.
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