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Integrated Business Planning Summit Driving excellence in business performance 28th – 30th June, 2016 Swissotel, Sydney

HEAR FROM 30+ INTEGRATED BUSINESS PLANNING LEADERS

NEW FOR 2016:

Katherine Turner Director of Finance Fonterra Brands NZ

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Colin Lee Regional Lead Organisational Development & Learning Asia Pacific Astra Zeneca

150+ Delegates 30+ Speakers 10+ Hours of networking opportunities 4 Streams to choose from 2 Interactive Workshops

ATTEND THIS CONFERENCE TO: Vivek Sarbhai Director Integrated Business Planning APAC & CSL India Mondelez Asia Pacific

Hear cross sector leaders present experience and project studies on IBP strategy

Jason Dial Director of Operations Excellence CHEP

Enhance knowledge of IBP principles and strategies to advance to the next level Analyse the results of your organisational experience with sector leaders and peers Understand the challenges for implementation through insights into experience of cross sector organisations

M A Mubeenuddin Director Customer Experience and Capability BP Lubricants, Asia and Pacific

Shaun Jenkinson Group Executive Nuclear Business ANSTO Director The Australian Synchrotron

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Integrated Business Planning Summit KEY SPEAKERS:

Katherine Turner Director of Finance Fonterra Brands NZ

Colin Lee Regional Lead Organisational Development & Learning Asia Pacific Astra Zeneca

M A Mubeenuddin Director Customer Experience and Capability BP Lubricants, Asia and Pacific

Paul Dawson Monthly Business Planning (S&OP) Globe Nestle

Helen Bourne Financial Director Mauri ANZ

Abdul Jaafar General Manager Supply Chain Fantastic Holdings Limited

Shaun Jenkinson Group Executive Nuclear Business ANSTO Director The Australian Synchrotron

Carlos Charlin Group Supply Manager ANSTO

Jason Dial Director of Operations Excellence CHEP

Daniel Bàez Director, Sales & Operations Planning Jurlique

Ryan Dhondy IBP Governance & Analytics Leader Lion Co

Jeremy Cowan Supply Chain and Commercial Director Mars Chocolate

Mia Maryeski National Demand Planning Manager Parmalat

Andrew Martin National Demand Planning Manager ANZ PepsiCo

Nathan Doak IBP Integrator Asia & Pacific Castrol

Meagan Trist National Manager Online Supply Chain Myer

Sue Mercer Business Planning Facilitator GWA Group

Jon Mecredy National Supply Chain Planning and Customer Service Manager Asahi Beverages

Stephen Hanman Co-Founder Collaborative Enquiry

Hiro Nagai Operations Director - Australia Pernod Ricard Winemakers

Chris Mousely Demand and Inventory Manager Bremick

Vivek Sarbhai Director Integrated Business Planning APAC & CSL India Mondelez Asia Pacific

Alex Pedrana ANZ Supply Chain, Global Supply Chain and Portolio Management Hospira (a Pfizer company)

Mike Reed Partner Oliver Wight

Rod Hozack Partner Oliver Wight

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Mikael Hatzis Principal Integratos

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James Allt-Graham Partner GRA

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Alok Parashar Director Operations and Supply Chain Asia Pacific ex China Axalta Coating Systems

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Annette Sando General Manager Supply Chain - Beverage Orora President, Board of Directors apicsAU

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Integrated Business Planning Summit WELCOME LETTER: Dear Delegates, As supply chains mature and S&OP advances, leading companies have continued evolving their planning processes. Integrated Business Planning represents the evolution of S&OP from its production planning roots in the 1970s into a fully integrated management and supply chain collaboration. The IBP framework delivers a strategic perspective that integrates diverse processes - product management, demand, supply, finance and strategy – to deliver a single business planning and forecast model that aligns with organisational goals. The Integrated Business Planning Summit will be a timely event at which cross sector leaders share their experience of advanced S&OP and IBP. You will hear experts discuss the challenges for business and how the IBP framework can help meet these challenges. They will look at the IBP journey at various stages of maturity and discuss the key drivers for cross functional integration and the strategic and technological levers for implementation. This will be an opportune forum to hear how you can continue your own journey in the evolution of your business planning and performance to enhance sustainability, agility, profitability and growth. I look forward to seeing you at the summit. Kind regards

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Mike Reed Managing Partner Oliver Wight Asia Pacific

(Oliver Wight is the Knowledge Partner for the Integrated Business Planning Summit)

TESTIMONIALS: Hear what previous delegates had to say about Akolade’s Supply Chain Management Series.

Fantastic array of speakers in a market which is a fire at the moment. Superb insights from entrepreneurs and seasons CEO’ with experience across multiple organisations.

Overall the forum was a good opportunity to benchmark ourselves and meet peers from other industries. – Rob Stark, L’Oréal

— Jesse Wilson, Schweppes Australia

Excellent conference, great presenters and relevant case studies.

A great event to hear from market leaders and meet others.

– Mina Malek, Australian Fitness Supplies

– Ken Williams, Bowen Group

WHO WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE AT AKOLADE’S INTEGRATED BUSINESS PLANNING SUMMIT:

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Integrated Business Planning Summit CONFERENCE DAY ONE | TUESDAY 28th JUNE 2016 8:30 8:50

Welcome and registration Opening remarks from Chair Mike Reed, Partner, Oliver Wight

BROADENING THE CONCEPT OF S&OP 9:00am to 11:40am 9:00

Opening Address Leadership to drive best in class IBP

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10:00

Defining strategy and organisational goals to provide the underpinning for IBP Determining functional and process ownership and accountability Establishing ongoing strategies to monitor and evaluate tactics and execution

INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE: Aligning enterprise-wide planning to create a single vision

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Clarifying and integrating functional priorities and work plans Defining resources and capability across organisational functions and divisions Establishing critical KPIs that will drive maximise asset value at minimum cost

Shaun Jenkinson, Group Executive Nuclear Business, ANSTO and Director, The Australian Synchrotron

9:30

The central role of finance in S&OP

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The implications of finance in the collaboration and sponsorship of the C-Suite Financial visibility to determine needs and constraints for operations and the impact on pivotal business strategies Enabling agility and accuracy of forecasts Leveraging shared metrics

M A Mubeenuddin, Director Customer Experience and Capability, BP Lubricants, Asia and Pacific

10:30

Integrating disparate planning efforts under a single umbrella

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The challenges for ensuring a common effort in a diverse organisational landscape The critical drivers for enterprise-wide planning orientation Creating an IBP framework that responds and functions rapidly at speed-of-business

Katherine Turner, Director of Finance, Fonterra Brands NZ

Paul Dawson, Monthly Business Planning (S&OP) Globe, Nestle

(Finance team of the year, 2016 New Zealand CFO Awards)

11:00

Morning tea

Please choose from Stream A or Stream B to enhance your conference experience STREAM A: INTEGRATING FINANCE & STRATEGY 11:40

Finance’s role in the integration & reconciliation process

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STREAM B: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO INTEGRATION & OPTIMISATION 11:40

Understanding innovation drivers for new product introductions

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Why reconciliation review is important Key roles in reconciliation Beyond just financial appraisal

Getting the Product Market Research assumptions right Keeping it simple Ensuring understanding and application of key drivers Applying consumer insights to product innovation through the PMR

Helen Bourne, Financial Director, Mauri ANZ

12:10

Hiro Nagai, Operations Director - Australia, Pernod Ricard Winemakers

Linking IBP to strategy

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Keeping the bigger picture in sight Moving to an executive/strategic process Insights and sense checking strategic direction

12:10

Managing the product lifecycle

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Sue Mercer, Business Planning Facilitator, GWA Group

Examining all existing products Exploring the introduction of new products Determining the timeline for introduction of new products Decisions of discontinuation Jon Mecredy, National Supply Chain Planning & Customer Service Manager, Asahi Beverage

12:50

Lunch

1:50

The key priorities for reaching the maturity to undertake advanced S&OP

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Establishing a formalised S&OP process with strong sponsorship, to solidify processes Clarifying roles and responsibilities in generating the demand plan Integrating financial planning and budgeting with S&OP

1:50

Imperatives for portfolio optimisation

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Developing a ‘winning portfolio’ Analysing the portfolio for mix and value during the product cycle Aligning available resource with best value product development

Meagan Trist, National Manager Online Supply Chain, Myer

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Mike Reed, Partner, Oliver Wight

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Integrated Business Planning Summit 2:20

Evolving the annual planning process with IBP

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Streamlining annual planning and budget processes Delivering visibility and control over the organisation and its supply chain Examining the key elements within the corporate integration model

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Streamlining new product integration within the supply chain

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Analysing resource requirements and constraints along the chain Implications of new product integration on supply chain design and management

Alok Parashar, Director Operations and Supply Chain Asia Pacific ex China, Axalta Coating Systems

2:50

Jeremy Cowan, Supply Chain and Commercial Director, Mars Chocolate

Afternoon tea

ROUNDTABLES

The plenary will split into three discussion groups for an interactive session led by three roundtable facilitators on three key issues in the IBP discussion. At the end of the round table the plenary will reconvene to discuss the outcomes of each of the roundtables with the round table leaders presenting the outcome to the plenary moderated by the conference day Chair.

3:20

ROUNDTABLE 1: Challenges for implementation of IBP: Barriers to advancement of S&OP Nathan Doak, IBP Integrator, BP Lubricants

ROUNDTABLE 2: Challenges for businesses and how IBP helps meet those challenges Jon Mecredy, National Supply Chain Planning and Customer Service Manager, Asahi Beverages

ROUNDTABLE 3: Mechanisms for linking IBP to strategy: How this might be done in practice Sue Mercer, Business Planning Facilitator, GWA Group

3:50 4:15

Feedback from Roundtables Conference Day 1 Wrap up

This session will pull together all strands from the day’s proceedings and then consider the key takeaways Rod Hozack, Partner, Oliver Wight

4:30

Closing remarks from Chair & end of Day One Mike Reed, Partner, Oliver Wight

4:40

Networking drinks

Sponsorship Opportunities Available To explore Sponsorship partnership opportunities which will position your company as a provider of enabling solutions to this bespoke group IBP functional and C-Suite decision makers at this unique event, please contact:

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Integrated Business Planning Summit CONFERENCE DAY TWO | WEDNESDAY 29th JUNE 2016 8:30

Welcome and registration

8:50

Opening remarks from Chair Chair: Annette Sando, General Manager Supply Chain -Beverage, Orora, and President, Board of Directors, apicsAU

APPLYING THE CONCEPTS OF IBP 9:00am to 11:40am 9:00

The central core roles for successful IBP

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Getting ownership and responsibilities right The role of the executive process owners The role of the process facilitators Organisational structures to support the process

Delivering continuous improvement through IBP implementation

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Colin Lee, Regional Lead Organisational Development & Learning Asia Pacific, Astra Zeneca

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Clarifying the goals for the IBP implementation Ensuring the right analysis, insight and planning processes Analysing the drivers for continuous improvement of enterprise planning Alex Pedrana, ANZ Supply Chain, Global Supply Chain and Portolio Management, Hospira (a Pfizer company)

IBP Implementation in Multi Category / Country Model

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Driving right behaviours across various leadership and operating styles Ensuring Process discipline, standardization and cadence across multiple time zones and diverse cultures Managing the communication across various decision makers sitting in different countries / different roles

10:30

PANEL DISCUSSION: Where ‘people’ come in the process of integration

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Minimising the differences between silos to align objectives and incentives Integrating competing sets of KPIs Strategies to strengthen and sustain integration Moderator: Stephen Hanman, Co-Founder, Collaborative Enquiry

Vivek Sarbhai, Director Integrated Business Planning APAC & CS&L India, Mondelez Asia Pacific

11:00

Morning tea

Please choose from Stream A or Stream B to enhance your conference experience STREAM A: MANAGING UNCERTAINTIES AND CONSTRAINTS 11:40

Using vulnerabilities & opportunities as a central tenet within IBP

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STREAM B: ADVANCING DEMAND & SUPPLY PLANNING 11:40



How to cope with upsides and downsides When does an idea become real? Use of templates

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Carlos Charlin, Group Supply Manager, ANSTO

12:10

Advancing the S&OP process beyond the demand and supply match

IBP: The importance of change management – the way you start is the way you finish

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Embedding IBP strategically to achieve sustainable end results Engaging teams and driving ownership and accountability Designing in performance management criteria

Moving beyond the plateau at which supply and demand are balanced Developing capability to evaluate unconstrained planning scenarios during the demand/supply balancing process Quick response to unplanned events in alignment with S&OP objectives Daniel Bàez, Director, Sales & Operations Planning, Jurlique

12:10

Customer collaboration for forecasting accuracy

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Mikael Hatzis, Principal, Integratos

Developing a proactive engagement strategy to enable customer collaboration Articulating a clear value proposition to the customer Partnering with all customers facing levels and the supply chain team Abdul Jaafar, General Manager Supply Chain, Fantastic Holdings Limited

12:40

Lunch

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The IBP framework as a driver for visibility and preparedness

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Developing a proactive view of the organisation Identifying issues further in the future Applying the organisational work ethic to tackling them before they become a problem

1:40

Inventory optimisation as a core function of supply reviews

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Building appropriate inventory policy and specific inventory positioning Where to keep the product across the supply chain – raw material, work in progress and finished goods Optimising financial investment in inventory

Jason Dial, Director Operations Excellence, CHEP

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Chris Mousley, Demand and Inventory Manager, Bremick

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Integrated Business Planning Summit 2:10

Strategies to manage NIPs

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Designing an attribute-base forecasting model Monitoring demand signals to recognise deviation from forecasts Adjusting assumptions to reflect signals and drive NPI

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Andrew Martin, National Demand Planning Manager ANZ, PepsiCo

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Creating a single demand forecast with multiple inputs Distilling multiple inputs with unique characteristics into a single forecast Working across the organisation to capture key and relevant inputs for visibility and best practice modelling Inclusive modelling beyond the supply chain organisation Ryan Dhondy, IBP Governance & Analytics Leader, Lion Co

Barriers to establishing an effective S&OP Process

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Identifying barriers to implementing and maintaining effective S&OP including Overcoming these barriers Future directions including the potential value from big data

2:40

Engaging the marketing organisation to shape and tune forecasts

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James Allt-Graham, Partner, GRA



Delivering an inside view of market direction, competition and opportunities to drive responsive planning Implications for product group portfolios, promotion and product introduction plans Impact on profitability Mia Maryeski, National Demand Planning Manager, Parmalat

3:10

Afternoon tea

THE FINAL STEP – EXECUTIVE BUSINESS REVIEW 3:40

Key deliverables to the executive business review

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Determining what has changed within multiple units, across products and organisational silos Examining if the financial plan is on track and execution of performance metrics What are the critical constraints and is there a need to revise long-term plans? Performance review for product families

4:20

Closing remarks from the Chair Annette Sando, General Manager Supply Chain Beverage, Orora, and President, Board of Directors, apicsAU

4:30

End of the conference

Nathan Doak, IBP Integrator, Asia & Pacific, Castrol

POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS DAY THREE | THURSDAY 30th JUNE 2016 Workshop A | 9:00am – 12:00pm

Workshop B | 1:00pm - 4:00pm

IMPLEMENTING A STRATEGIC INTEGRATED BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESS This workshop examines the goals of an Integrated Business Planning process for an organisation. It looks at the key factors underpinning an effective IBP architecture, the challenges for integrated demand planning, supply planning and strategies for effective implementation. This workshop will provide insights into: • Clarifying the principle goals for IBP – comprehending the scale of what IBP can achieve • Overcoming traditional operational thinking and functional silos to integrate key business areas • Ownership of the IBP strategy and process • Understanding the business, visibility of business outcomes and business growth • Technological infrastructure to support implementation

SAY GOODBYE TO SILOS; CREATE A SEAMLESS SUPPLY CHAIN This workshop looks at how to optimise your supply chain to drive visibility, collaboration and effective cross-functional integration. Attendees will workshop the strategies to develop a seamless and collaborative supply chain; both within the organisation and with external parties, driven by a high performing, emotionally intelligent team. This workshop will provide insights into: • Understanding, then building, a broad action plane to create a seamless and collaborative supply chain • Understand the value of a seamless SC to your organisation. • Understand the current stage of SC team development and how to improve performance • Understanding, then building, a broad action plan to create a seamless and collaborative supply chain

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