September 14, 2017 – September 14, 2017
670 White Plains Road
Can you imagine driving your car across the country? Do you just start your car and begin to drive and hope you reach your destination? Or do you use a road map to identify key points along the route to help ensure that you arrive at your destination on time and without any wasted effort? Companies must learn to use performance indicators in the same manner as a road map to track supply chain and procurement performance to achieve success.
We’ll discuss what key performance indicators are, and how they can aid the overall organization to achieve overall business success. We’ll also look at how these indicators can be used to help identify, quantify and expose waste and how they help direct and focus improvement efforts to meet strategic goals and objectives. Finally, we will discuss what should be measured, what not to measure, and the ramification of selecting the wrong indicators.
Presented by – Howard Forman
Howard Forman is president of PIM Associates, Inc. Howard has over 35 years of experience in the operational and supply chain environments, specializing in ERP system implementations, demand planning/forecasting, purchasing, inventory reduction, supply chain management, operation, lean and business process improvements. Howard is an active member of the APICS Tappan Zee Chapter and a frequent speaker at various APICS events. He previously earned his CFPIM, CIRM, CLTD and CSCP certifications. He teaches all APICS certification courses plus tailored operations and supply chain management education and training classes. He is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University with an MBA and BS in Business Management.
Hosted by ISM 7-Counties and the APICS Tappan Zee Chapter
By attending this month’s program, you can earn 1 CEH (Continuing Education Hour) which can be used to re-certify ISM, APICS and other certifications. Provide your email address at the door to get a certificate sent to you the week after the program.
About ISM 7-Counties
Every day supply chain management & purchasing professionals make decisions that affect their companies’ brands, competitive positioning, and bottom-line performance. The opportunity to have such an important impact across all industries is incredibly rewarding. Enter – Institute for Supply Management (ISM). For over 100 years ISM has been the premier organization representing over 40,000 supply chain professionals around the globe.
ISM-7 Counties is an affiliate of the Institute of Supply Management (ISM), and an organization that is leading the way –offering members the resources they need to succeed – everything from networking with colleagues, meetings with subject matter experts to learn best practices, and access to ISM Report on Business®, a renowned study that provides invaluable insights on current data and trends. ISM 7-Counties is a leading advocate for the supply chain field – promoting all the reasons why a career in this field can be so satisfying. Being a key player in the global business arena is just one facet that makes this field so interesting. Using new technologies and managing the complexities of different cultures, regulations, tax codes, etc. are all a part of it, as well. Entrants and seasoned veterans alike have the chance to get involved in areas that may dovetail with their personal values, such as sustainability and corporate social responsibility. ISM 7-Counties is a non-profit organization representing supply chain colleagues in six New York Counties of Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam and Ulster, plus Fairfield County in Connecticut.