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September 25 - September, 2017
Executive Seminar fee: $ 4,895 per person (*)
Southfield, Michigan (USA)

(*) Program fees are all-inclusive and cover all sessions, readings, receptions, meals, and parking.


  

Wayne State University, in cooperation with AIAG, is offering a one week, automotive and vehicle industry focused Executive Seminar for Purchasing/Supply, Logistics, and Planning & Scheduling executives, senior managers, leaders and other functional personnel from closely aligned activities (sales, product development, etc.).

 

EXECUTIVE SEMINAR:
Automotive Industry Global Purchasing
and Supply Chain Management


PROGRAM LEADERSHIP

Dr. Robert M. Monczka
Former Research Fellow
Supply Chain Management
Wayne State University, and
Research Professor, Arizona State University
Professor Emeritus, Michigan State University

Dr. John C. Taylor
Wayne State University
Chairman, Department of Marketing & Supply Chain Management
School of Business Administration 

 
DOWNLOAD BROCHURE (2016 edition)


To download the Executive Seminar Brochure with complete information, click here.


PROGRAM OUTLINE (2016 seminar)

The Seminar material is designed to be highly interactive with extensive participant involvement and development of a purchasing and supply chain management action plan by participants.  In addition, participants will work in teams on an integrative supply chain case study and in developing solution approaches to participant company critical issues.  The four major instructional units are:


MODULE 1: The Global Automotive Industry and Supply Chain Management Value Proposition
  • The Global Integrated Supply Chain and Impact on Company Cost, Financial and Competitive Performance.  Current and Emerging Strategies.
  • Global Automotive Industry Emerging Trends Overview.
  • Key Global Country Supply & Customer Supply Markets.  Opportunities/Challenges.
  • Global Supply Chain Risk Management Strategies: From Proactive to Re-Active.

MODULE 2: Supply Chain Relationships and Purchasing / Supply Strategy
  • Supplier Integration Into New Product Development
  • Supplier Innovation: Strategies and Obstacles
  • Supplier Relationships/Collaboration: Current State and Opportunities
  • Developing Effective Supply Base Strategies for Price/Cost and Total Value Improvement
  • Supply Chain Critical Issues: Identification and Actions

MODULE 3: Demand/Supply Planning and Global Logistics
  • Demand and Supply Planning: Good Practices
  • Supporting Global Supply Chain Footprints for Research & Development, Manufacturing and Suppliers
  • Total Enterprise Cost and Decision-Making
  • Global Logistics
  • Risk & Lean Across Extended Supply Chains

MODULE 4: Driving Supply Chain Change Innovation and Change
  • Executive Panel Perspectives: Leading and Emerging Supply Chain Management Strategies and Challenges
  • Measuring and Evaluating Supply Chain Performance
  • Supply Chain Transparency and Sustainability
  • Talent: Acquisition, Development and Retention
  • Cultural Transformation and Implementing Change

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

MONDAY
  • Integrated Supply Chain Strategy: Financial & Competitive Performance Contributions
  • An Industry Future View
  • Global Supply Perspectives: Critical Issues
  • Supply/Value Chain Risk Management: From New Product Development through Operations
  • Total Value/Cost/Risk Case Analysis Workshops

TUESDAY
  • Product Development: Supplier Integration, Innovation & Risk Critical Issues
  • Supply Base Management
  • Total Value/Cost/Risk Management Case Analysis Workshops
  • Sales Forecasting & Demand Planning
  • Automotive Industry Critical Issues & Challenges: Workshops & Presentations

WEDNESDAY
  • Demand & Supply Planning: Critical Functions & Linkages
  • Supply Base Management: Continued
  • Supplier Relationships and Collaboration
  • Risk and Lean Initiatives in Extended Supply Chains

THURSDAY
  • Global Logistics / Transportation Strategies
  • Emerging Global Logistics / Transportation Strategies - Industry Panel
  • Emerging Automotive Global Supply Chain Strategies - Industry Panel
  • Total Value / Cost / Risk Management and Case Analysis and Presentations
  • Graduation Banquet / Executive Presentation

FRIDAY
  • Creating Value Through Supply Chain Sustainability
  • Talent Acquisition, Development & Leadership
  • Integrated Supply Chain Implementation, Cultural Transformation & Your Role

SELECTED FACULTY BIOS
 


SEMINAR DIRECTORS AND SPEAKERS

 
Robert M. Monczka, Ph.D.

John Taylor, Ph.D.

Joel Karczewski
 

 


SELECTED KEY SPEAKERS

 

James P. Bovenzi

Mehrab H. Deboo

Hugo DeCampos, Ph.D.

William L. Hall

William L. Hurles

John Henke Jr., Ph. D.

Jeff Kosloski

Chad Kymal

Mike Lypka

Christopher Mattingly

Michael Robinet

Oscar Albin Santos

Mike Silvio

Steve Trecha

Carrie Uhl

For Speaker's bios, please download brochure.
 

DOWNLOAD BROCHURE (2016 edition)


To download the Executive Seminar Brochure with complete information, click here.

        


 
HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS

To be determined.

PAYMENT INFORMATION


You may register and pay online by clicking on the "Register Now!" buttons on this page, or you may contact us with Invoice Information.  To discuss registering via Invoice, please contact us here.

 

ADDITIONAL PROGRAM BY AIAG & WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY


AUTO INDUSTRY CERTIFICATE:
Global Purchasing and Supply Chain Management


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