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This conference programme aims to give senior industry professionals access to new ideas, solutions and innovations to help take their departments and companies forward. The agenda is pitched at a high level and we endeavour to present new case studies and new thinkers on the programme each year.

Keynote and seminar sessions give a high-level view of the  industry, offering predictions and insights to help delegates form their future strategies. The interactive workshops and discussion groups complement the larger sessions by drilling down into specific issues, allowing delegates to share their collective experiences and to learn how their peers are dealing with similar situations.



CPD Certified

cpd_certified_rgb.pngThe Richmond Supply Chain Forum qualifies for CPD credits. All delegate attendees will receive a CPD certificate after the event.

For further information on CPD accreditation please visit : http://www.cpduk.co.uk

Take part in the programme

If you would like to participate in the programme or recommend any speakers or topics please get in touch.
2016 Keynotes
2016 Keynotes
  • 2016 Opening Address: Developing the Resilient Workforce - what every manager needs to know

    John Amaechi OBE, Psychologist, Author & Former Professional Athlete, Amaechi Performance Systems

    Work-related stress costs the UK economy over £6.5bn each year, a symptom of today’s high-challenge, high-presenteeism workplaces. Resilience-enhancing leadership is the antidote to this performance-sapping phenomena.
     
    In this keynote address, John Amaechi will ...

     

    After Dinner Address: Overcoming Adversity

    Paul & Rob Forkan, Founders, Gandy’s Flip Flops

    Gandys a unique footwear brand has been created by brothers Rob & Paul, who had a bohemian upbringing, travelling and volunteering all over the world.  The brothers wanted to create something unique, driven by their personal passion after the tragic loss of their parents in the B...
     

2016 Industry Sessions
2016 Industry Sessions
  • Customer profitability analysis

    Dr. Simon Templar, Visiting Fellow, Cranfield School of Management

    This interactive workshop will highlight the importance of measuring and enhancing customer profitability and its crucial relationship to business performance. The session will introduce a framework that can be used by organisations to undertake customer profitability analysis and segment thei...

     

    The role of technology in the evolution of the Supply Chain and customer satisfaction

    Dr. Ilias Vlachos, Associate Professor in Operations & Supply Chain Management, Leeds University Business School

    In this session, Dr Vlachos will share the findings from his recent research project which addressed the use of information and social technologies to increase supply chain performance especially in relation to customer satisfaction. The presentation will include real-life examples on how tech...

     

  • #DigitalEnterprise = Everything Digitised + Integrated!

    Stefan Schrauf & Bjorn Johansson, Strategy& - PwC’s strategy consulting business
    Today, digital technologies are rapidly creating new ways of working, to collaborate and compete. In this session, Stefan and Bjorn will share Strategy&’s perspective on ‘Smart Supply Chains’. They will explain why traditional supply chain models are increasingly being challenged as new technolog...
     

2016 Personal Development
2016 Personal Development
  • Creating a performance culture that stimulates cohesion, engagement and motivation

    John Amaechi OBE, Psychologist, Author & Former Professional Athlete, Amaechi Performance Systems

    A high performance culture exists when everyone in the organisation shares the same vision and where they trust and value each other’s contribution. Responsibility for creating this positive environment lies with every individual within the business, but the lead must be taken by those a...

     

    An inspired career

    Blaire Palmer, CEO, That People Thing

    How can you inspire your people about what they do for your company if you aren’t inspired yourself? It can be easy to lose your passion, your sense of purpose or your ambition when the day-to-day operation drains all your energy and attention.
     
    But, as a leader, you...

     

  • How to influence everyone and anyone

    Nick Saunders, Speaker & Leadership Trainer

    It is usual that a day won’t go by when you don’t need to influence someone -  the CEO, a colleague, a client, your team, a supplier, your boss……...and influencing some people is hard work!

    So here’s the good news. This session is about how to win o...

     

    The winning mindset

    Jeremy Snape, Founder, Sporting Edge

    With compelling research from psychology and neuroscience brought to life by fascinating insights from sporting champions and coaches, delegates will learn how to develop the winning mind-set by learning more on:

    • Dealing with pressure and stress.
    • R...

     


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