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M2090 - Artificial Intelligence in Supply Chain Management (Online)

  • 23 Sep 2020
  • 09:15 - 12:30
  • Online Webinar

Registration


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Registration Time: 9:00
Sessions Time: 9:15 - 12:30 including a 15-minute coffee break
Speaker: Ing David J. Dingli
Venue:  Online Webinar
Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
MIA Members: €40.00
Non-MIA Members: €75.00
Retired Members: €20.00
Students: €30.00

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain & logistics is disrupting the industry as companies can use it to automate their processes so people can focus on more pressing issues to streamline and improve their company’s bottom line. Both small and large enterprises are dabbling in innovations ranging from machine learning to robotics.
AI will not remain a novelty for long. It will soon become a necessity. The performance, accessibility, and costs of AI are now more favourable than ever before thanks to major advances in big data, algorithmic development, connectivity, cloud computing and processing power. Supply Chain & Logistics is exceptionally well placed to take advantage of this, providing a natural framework for implementing and scaling AI, amplifying the human components of global supply chains.

OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION:

Participants attending the seminar will:
  • Gather new insights into how AI is transforming logistics and supply chains to achieve competitive advantage
  • An increased understanding of the impact of AI on logistics and supply chain management as far as costs and performance are concerned
  • Reviews of the latest thinking on supply chain strategy, planning and execution

TOPICS FOR THE SESSION

The seminar will address the following questions:
  • What is AI, and what does it mean for your organisation’s Supply Chain?
  • What best practice examples from other industries can be applied to logistics?
  • How can AI be used in logistics to reinvent back office, operational, and customer-facing activities?
  • Brief introduction to Supply Chain Management
  • What is artificial Intelligence?
  • Artificial Intelligence in Supply Chain functions
  • Machine Learning
  • Examples of Artificial Intelligence in Supply Chain
  • Impact of AI on the job Market

Target Audience

  • Senior Supply Chain Managers and Executives looking at thought leadership of their own supply chain
  • Junior Supply Chain Executives, helping to bring them up to speed with the latest thinking on AI
  • Marketing, customer service and manufacturing managers and directors who are seeking supply chain integration or who need to understand the impact of supply chain AI decisions upon their company's performance

SPEAKER'S PROFILE

David is the Managing Consultant of Resource Productivity Consulting Services, (R.P.C.S.). Formed in the year 2000, his consulting practice specializes in Strategic Development, Operations Management and Human Resource Management while the corporate training arm focuses on management development programs on a broad range of topics. He has consulted & provided training in private manufacturing & service organisations as well as Government bodies.
David is also an Assistant Professor with The Maastricht School of Management (MsM), Maastricht, The Netherlands, and lectures at MBA level in: Operations Management, Global Supply Chain Management, Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship, Leadership & Change, Knowledge Management & Business Intelligence.
His international experience over the past 20 years working with MsM, reaches out to 29 countries, in South America, Africa, Europe, The Middle East and Asia. Throughout his career he has delivered lectures and corporate training to over 5000 managers from more than 50 countries.
David also occupies the position of Human Resource Executive at Dhalia Real Estate Services andis also a registered ISO9000 internal quality auditor.
David had previously worked as the Secretary General of The Malta Institute of Management and as an Industrial Engineer with Medwear Clothing Ltd.
He has been a guest speaker at various conferences and seminars both locally and Internationally.


EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

3 Hours Professional

WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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