Dawid B Janse van Rensburg of CargoSolutions, a Division of Cargo Carriers Ltd
Thursday, 31st August – 18.00hrs for an 18.30hrs Start
Lecture Hall B Les 101, Ground Floor, Red Block, Auckland Campus, University of Johannesburg.
Most supply chain professionals have probably heard about the Theory of Constraints or TOC for short. The methodology, which revolves around the famous Five Focusing Steps, also consists of thinking processes and tools, as well as a range of supply chain optimization solutions. The speaker will provide a high level introduction on the subject, and then drill deeper into the supply chain solutions as it has evolved over the past 30 years or so.
These supply chain solutions are now essentially “packaged” in a set of templates which can be applied to manage the constraints in consumer goods companies, manufacturing companies, and also retail applications. These templates are known as Strategy and Tactics Trees, and are comprehensive company interventions with one single objective – how to become an ever flourishing company! A portfolio of software applications have now been developed which runs alongside ERP systems to provide companies with a “TOC view” of their supply chains.
The presenter will also provide an overview of TOC projects across a wide range of industries in South Africa during the past ten years, and share in the exciting and powerful end results of a successful implementation.
Dawid Janse van Rensburg is the Managing Director of CargoSolutions, which is a Division of the long-established Cargo Carriers Ltd group. Dawid is a Nuclear Engineer by training and has been implementing TOC solutions for the past 10 years or so. CargoSolutions consults to companies who have realized how powerful the financial leverage of their supply chains can be. CargoSolutions are currently working in the cash management industry, FMCG industry (suppliers and retailers), footwear, leather and apparel industries, aeronautical, etc.
Founded in 1963, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) is the preeminent worldwide professional association dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of research and knowledge on supply chain management. With over 9,000 members representing nearly all industry sectors, government, and academia from 67 countries, CSCMP members are the leading practitioners and authorities in the fields of logistics and supply chain management. The organization is led by an elected group of global officers with its headquarters located in Lombard, Illinois, USA
Through its many publications, as well as education and networking opportunities, CSCMP provides its members with what they need to become more effective supply chain managers. Over 100 CSCMP Roundtables across the world serve to enhance your career and advance your profession at the local level. Special membership categories are available for both students and emerging professionals just entering the work force.
Further details are available at http://www.cscmp.org
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When: Thursday 31st August 2017 at 18h00 for a 18h30 sharp start.
Allow approximately + 2-3 hours for the presentation, discussion & networking afterwards. Coffee will be available before the discussion and drinks & light snacks will be available afterwards.
Where: Lecture Hall B Les 101, Ground Floor, Red Block, Auckland Campus, University of Johannesburg.
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