We welcome
Supply Chain Practitioners and Decision Makers!

Next session starts
July 15, 2020 at 12:30 CEST

Vicky Koo (HK)

Clemens Voll (DE)

Sergio Vacca (IT)

Marc Forêt (BE)

Carsten Dittrich (DK)

Sean Culey (GB)

Michael Ginap (DE)

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We welcome
Supply Chain Practitioners and Decision Makers!

Next session starts
July 15, 2020 at 12:30 CEST

Want to join?
Apply here!

Supply Chain Jam Sessions

You probably know about “jam sessions” in music. Our Supply Chain Jam Sessions are relatively informal events where professionals perform improvisations and vamp on themes and subject matter progressions.

To “jam” is to improvise SCM experience without extensive preparation or predefined skripts, except for when the group is discussing well-known SCM standards or iterates popular statements.

These Jam Sessions are for “Supply Chainers” – Practitioners and Decision Makers!

Get a quick impression watching below videos from previous Jam Sessions:

Next Session: Wednesday July 15, 2020 @ 12:30 CEST

Key Theme: Demand & Supply Synchronization – Myth or Reality? 

feat. Michael and Marc

Played the Beer Game? Yep. Studied Collaboration along the Supply Chain? Yep. End-to-End? Yep. So, how can one not agree that synchronizing demand and supply along the chain bears tremendous “win-wins” for all involved? Let’s do the reality check.

Michael

Michael Ginap

It seems the holy grail of SCM. This “ultimate” objective draws a lot of attention e.g. from software vendors. Often the pre-requisites are overlooked, ignored or simply forgotten. Are you aware of the fundamental capabilities needed for D&S Synchronization?

Marc

Marc Foret

Our Supply Chain Jam Sessions were born from mutual esteem, long-term fellowship, and trust.

We “jammed” frequently and thought, “hey, this might have been interesting for other pro’s as well!”

And it was fun.

  • Often, ‘free flow sessions’ are used to develop new insights and find different or suitable perspectives.
  • Or – jamming is simply used as a social gathering and communal practice session.

Next Session: Wednesday July 15, 2020 @ 12:30 CEST

Key Theme: Demand & Supply Synchronization – Myth or Reality? 

feat. Michael and Marc

The Jam Sessions may be based upon existing knowledge or forms, may be loosely based on an agreed supply chain subject or theme suggested by one participant, or may be wholly improvisational.

Jam Sessions can range from

  • very loose gatherings to
  • events where a jam session coordinator or host acts as a “gatekeeper” to ensure that only appropriate-level performers take the stage, to
  • sophisticated improvised sessions by professionals which are intended to be broadcast live on the web or edited and released to the public.

Next Session: Wednesday July 15, 2020 @ 12:30 CEST

Key Theme: Demand & Supply Synchronization – Myth or Reality? 

feat. Michael and Marc

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