As the leading association for the automotive supply chain, AIAG regularly participates in and supports industry events. Listed here are upcoming conferences, seminars, town halls and forums where AIAG will have a presence. For a complete listing of AIAG conferences and seminars click here.
Supply chain management is undergoing a sea change. Increasingly, we are seeing evidence in the experiences of companies such as Unilever, Coca-Cola, P&G, and others that the supply chain management is changing from being strategically-decoupled, price-driven to being strategically coupled, value-driven. Driving this transition is a different approach to the supply chain - an approach that integrates the supply chain into the business model. This presentation explores this approach. Specifically, it identifies the five key elements that must be present for this transition to take place: (1) understanding and integration with the business model; (2) being outcome-driven, rather than output-driven; (3) recognizing the need for blended outcomes; (4) manage the metrics; and, (5) building linkages to the top. The presentation illustrates this approach by using in-presentation videos and other examples to illustrate the points raised. The presentation concludes with an example of this approach being applied to a company as well as presenting some guidelines for management.
Tetra Tech, in collaboration with Global Advanced Metals Pty Ltd., (GAM) invites you to this unique opportunity to assess the robustness of your company's conflict minerals due diligence program and learn how to enhance it.
With great pleasure we would like to invite you to meet with a selected group of Mexican companies that will be traveling to Michigan at the end of this month. They are looking for opportunities to engage in a commercial relationship with companies like yours. This is a selected group of skilled Mexican entrepreneurs with current experience and qualifications to supply the auto industry.
The 2nd Sustaining Conflict Minerals Compliance Conference will break down each SEC filing requirement as well as examine direct filing examples from specific companies. Discussions will tackle key issues including refining conflict minerals teams to create a more successful conflict minerals management program, managing and developing consistent communication within the supply chain, and building an IT program that will continue to secure data from the various levels of the supply chain.