This is the key question which we will try to answer during our event, Resilience Hands-On. But our aim is to not only learn through theory but also learn by doing. Let’s take action!
The three-week long program aims to combine ideas and challenges to substantially enhance a company’s capability to build a resilient value chain. We will try to achieve this through the power of experience which is at the core of our learning process.
You will participate with three other team members to engage into an immersive learning experience. You will be in charge of managing a virtual manufacturing company end-to-end to ensure its resilience so that it can deal with any kind of disruptions.
Participants will receive a certificate of participation! The certificateof participation is easily added to your LinkedIn profile with oneclick on a button.
Involvation is a consultancy and implementation firm that is focused on improving the supply chain and its management. They help all manner of organisations, large and small, to take the decisive step: the step from the challenge to a sustainable result. They do so by drawing inspiration from the possibilities they see, by looking just that little bit further.
During this deep-dive, our partner Involvation will guide the participants through the Mind Map Resilience to provide them with a holistic view of supply chain resilience, addressing all the key elements (Supply Chain Design, Collaboration, Behaviour, Agility) to reach it.
What are the main differences with the traditional risk management approach? During this keynote session, our partner Involvation will make a deep-dive into the key elements of the two approaches, highlighting the benefits of a "glass-half-full" perspective when designing a resilient supply chain and learning how to bounce back better than the competition from unexpected hits.
One of the main aims of Resilience Hands-On is to help companies achieve a more resilient value chain. But which are the key elements in order to do it? In this third deep-dive, Involvation will focus on the importance of having a broad knowledge of the company's supply chain (e.g. third and fourth-tier suppliers) as well as a strong internal and external collaboration to build a more resilient value chain.
Last but not least, we'll take over from our track partner to help the participants understand how the learnings can be contextualized and applied to their own companies' day-to-day activities. Such as reviewing life-like situations encountered in the business game and comparing them to real-life scenarios. The objective of this exercise is to build a bridge to the participants' day-to-day work and help them to be ready to respond.