APICS November PDM – Executive S & OP

Mid-Hudson APICS Professional Development Meeting Announcement

The Mid-Hudson Chapter of APICS Announces…

Sales and Operations Planning: Beyond the Basics

Date: Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Location: Youngest Brother Restaurant, Newburgh, NY

  • Social: 6:00 PM – 6:30 PM
  • Dinner: 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
  • Presentation: 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM
  • Cost: $22 Members, Non-Members $ 25
  • Register via PayPal or RSVP via e-mail or phone to Glenn Tanzman at g.tanzman@tanzco.net or 914-475-2955

Sales and Operations Planning continues to grow in power and capability. While demand/supply balance and financial integration remain as its vital elements, S&OP enables all of that and far more. Strategic planning, risk management, and long-term cash flow projections in support of capital investment decisions, are all integrated with what has come to be known as Executive S&OP. Attendees at this session will gain an understanding of how this process has become simpler and better. A low-cost, low-risk, high-impact and quick-result implementation pathway will also be described.

Guest Speaker: Joe Shedlawski, CPIM

​    Joe Shedlawski, CPIM has over 30 years of leadership experience in Operations and Supply Chain Management, in the pharmaceuticals, biotech, and consumer products businesses. He has implemented Sales & Operations Planning processes, created and developed an Operations Resource Management organization, and has led many projects from major new product launches to systems implementations to performance management process improvements. Joe is a consultant, lecturer, and educator, specializing in Supply Chain, Project Management, and Sales and Operations Planning, in addition to APICS CPIM training. He is an Adjunct Lecturer at Bloomfield College and an Adjunct Professor in the MBA program at Misericordia University. He is an Associate of the R.A.Stahl Company, participating in Sales and Operations Planning implementation education and coaching.

Joe served on the APICS Board of Directors for nine years, and was the President of APICS in 2007. While leading APICS, he oversaw the development of a strategic planning process and implementation of a new governance model to support globalization. An accomplished speaker, he has delivered many seminars and presentations for APICS, IBF, and other professional organizations, both nationally and internationally.

Joe holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Bucknell University and an MBA in Finance from Iona College. Joe is the Vice President of Education and a Past President of the Northern New Jersey Chapter of APICS, as well as Program Content Director for the APICS Northeast District.

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