THE COOL CONNECTION
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BRIDGING PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL SUPPLY CHAINS
EXPERIENCE HOW MANAGEMENT OF WORKING CAPITAL
is essential to a company's fundamental financial health. Learn how to shorten the Cash Conversion Cycle to boost bottom line. Get an understanding of SCF, deal with currency and market risks, trade, and much more
THE COOL CONNECTION ENGAGES PARTICIPANTS IN MAKING
strategic and tactical decisions to realize a turn-around at a manufacturing company of personal care products called The Cool Connection.
Appreciate cross-functional trade-offs in the value chain
Learn how to manage risks in the supply chain in a coordinated way
Create a better understanding of working capital management
Assess the implications of international trade
Learn what the benefits could be from a Supply Chain Finance solution
Understand the importance and relevance of a company and supply chain strategy
Translate strategy into action and planning process.
Learn and develop by drawing out key challenges and issues in Team Dynamics and Value Chain Trade Offs.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anyone involved in optimizing the value chain and increasing business performance within a company.
Directors to Planners.
Finance to Supply Chain and Sales.
Members of cross-functional teams.
S&OP teams and leadership.
By participating in 'rounds' that each constitute 6 months in the real world, participants are encouraged to be proactive and think more about long term decisions which can influence business performance, rather than focus on short term reactive measures that have a limited impact upon company profitability.
Participants experience the functioning of the physical supply chain while having to deal with the ﬁnancial constraints. Cross functional understanding and collaboration is directly experienced as the team has to work together to turn the company around.
Participants will learn to align corporate strategy with an effective supply chain performance in an environment of uncertainty and volatility causing cashﬂow and funding constraints.