Process Mapping: The First Step in Unlocking Supply Chain Value
In this session, YourEncore Experts Dennis Trchka and Bob Weston will share best practices in Process Mapping (PM), a powerful visualization tool that can help companies unlock not just productivity improvements, but also revenue opportunities. If a picture is worth a 1,000 words, then a Process Map can be worth millions (of dollars).
With over 70 years of combined supply chain operations experience at Procter & Gamble, Mr. Trchka and Mr. Weston have seen firsthand the potential and the power of the supply chain to create competitive advantage. They will arm you with clear action steps and watch-outs, so you can get the greatest value out of your PM initiative. And they will challenge you to re-examine and re-imagine your supply chain as a source of revenue generation, as well as cost, productivity, and margin improvement.
Join us to learn how Process Mapping can help you unlock the hidden value in your supply chain.
About Dennis J. Trchka: Dennis spent over 40 years in Global Supply Chain Operations and Business and Supply Planning at Procter & Gamble. He was one of the original creators of what is now Supply Network Operations within P&G, one of only four Business Planning and Supply Planning Masters in the Company, and a certified Class A MRPII Professional. As a YourEncore Expert, Dennis helps consumer goods companies and their suppliers and co-packers leverage the supply chain for competitive advantage.
About Bob Weston: Bob spent over 30 years leading warehousing, fulfillment, reverse logistics, transportation operations, and customer service for Procter & Gamble’s Pharmaceutical, Over-the-Counter, and non-Healthcare products. A Total Quality trainer and practitioner for over twenty years, Bob is a certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. His career experience spans Manufacturing, Engineering, Human Resources, Initiatives Management, Operations Planning, and Global Customs Compliance. As a YourEncore Expert, Bob helps consumer goods companies and their suppliers and co-packers identify and create new operations and processes for supply chain optimization.