Logistics Link South Seminar: 12th & 13th February:
'Making Strategy Pay'
Kevin Zwolinski is one of the most
experienced Management Consultants in the field of Logistics & Supply
Chain. He has worked at the forefront of
the industry for over 25 years in a big 4 company and in his own company, now
12 years on. Often controversial, Kevin shared an insight into a methodology developed in collaboration with a
former FTSE 100 main board executive which addresses the divide of business
strategy and day to day operations. Too
often these are disconnected leading to all sorts of problems resulting in poor
business performance and failure to deliver ‘on strategy’.
In these difficult times this is exactly
the session that senior operations management needed to attend in order to align
"business led thinking with what actually gets done on the ground”. Kevin shared the key steps of the Making
Strategy Pay© methodology, and
then provided some examples of how it has been applied in practice. If you would like more information simply email us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Route Optimisation: To learn more about the article that appeared in the June/July edition of Cooler Innovation, please click here
The Logistics Value Tracker:
The Logistics Value Tracker© process is a Business Improvement Process based on measurement and diagnostics of supply chain relationships leading to the development and implementation of practical solutions... to read on please click here.
Lean Supply Chain Thinking
Click-On Logistics hosted a one day Workshop.. to read on click here.
Take Stock of Your Stock
To learn more please click on the article below.
Green Logistics Summit, Tuesday, 4 December. Please click on the logo below for more details.
Carbon Footprint Management in the Supply Chain
Our current marketing campaigns are focussed upon Carbon Management in the Supply Chain, it just seems to make a whole lot of sense when one considers rising fuel and energy prices. Solutions are wide and various and the challenge ahead is a journey, we are at the very early stages of that journey.
There are multiple awareness campaigns of Carbon Footprint Management in Industry today, much of which is being driven by consumer pressure. Evidence is provided from a recent Nielsen survey where 42% of respondents declared that:
"I would change to another brand or owned label if I thought - the alternative product had a lower carbon footprint" (Source Nielsen Homescan Survey July 2007)