Business Intelligence Architecture
June 10-14, 2024 | Toronto, ON
- Review your SCL fundamentals and refresh foundational skills and competencies.
- Discuss the factors that both positively and negatively affect supply chains and logistics networks.
- Explore value creation and global factors that influence the way your supply chain adapts, pivots and functions.
- Through the lens of the fast fashion supply chain, discuss the factors that influence SCL optimization
- Using a hands-on, collaboration-based activity, reflect on your own strengths, weaknesses and leadership capacities.
- Explore the difference between "complication" and "complexity"
- Define "competition" as it applies to you, your organization, and the SCL industry and identify areas of competitive advantage
- Discuss sustainability through the lens of the fast fashion supply chain
- Identify your own biases, internal biases, and how that may affect your capacity to lead in your team
- Explore the challenge of creating and leading change in organizations to maximize strategic and customer value
- What does value creation look like and analyze the business of creating value
- Apply these concepts to the fast fashion supply chain to solidify your understanding of identity, value and brand
- Understand how to lead in context; adapting and building relationships to maximize the success of your team
- Explore disruption - risk, risk management, resilience, and how the speed of information is impacting our capacity to lead
- Discuss the impact of big data and its influence on decision-making
- Analyze making the most of your market differentiation to maximize customer value
- Examine the dimensions of disruption using a PESTL analysis tool
- Consider different dimensions of ethics
- Explore the impact of emotions and behaviour on outcomes and success
- Understand how to apply the tools you've discussed all week to real-world situations and scenarios to maximize your impact
- Apply key scenario planning tools using the fast fashion case study as the example
- Celebrate with your fellow session-mates
Questions about the program or content?
Business Intelligence Architecture
INSTALMENTS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE
NOTE: instalments are subject to change in accordance with sales and pricing changes. Please ensure the instalment plan works for you, your budget and your organization.
Terms and Conditions
- Registration is on a first-come first-serve basis.
- Program fees must be submitted in full to guarantee a seat.
- An official tax receipt will be issued for income tax purposes, as allowed by the CRA.
Program fee includes all program materials, lunch and refreshments through the day, parking on location. Program fee does not include accommodation, travel, breakfast or dinner.
Format & FAQs
How do I register?
- Select "Add to Cart" below and follow the checkout process.
- Full payment is due at the time of registration. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring 2024 - June 10 - June 14, 2024
What is the format of the program?
- In-person facilitated program held over 5 days
- Each day consists of facilitated sessions, group activities, case studies, interactive discussions.
- Pre-work assignments will be provided two weeks prior to program start.
To preserve the focus and intensity of the experience, the number of seats in this program are restricted.
What does the agenda look like?
The program agenda is divided into daily topics with the afternoon sessions focusing on discussion and challenges to push participants to work collaboratively.
The topics include:
- Leadership. Where leaders talk to leaders about issues they face in their current role. Tap into shared insights and the collective wisdom of your peers.
- Transformation. What keeps you awake at night? How do you handle it?
- Global Business. Delivering value, handling complexity, analyzing risk, facing risk. How do you sustain successful relations among diverse players and along complex global supply chains?
- Recognition. The P.Log: being a leader, and your commitment to lifelong learning.
I'm a P.Log. Can I still attend?
Absolutely! This program is built to encourage diverse points of view, and that includes yours!
As you are already a P.Log, participation in this program results in the completion of your professional development requirements for 2 years, and an automatic renewal of your P.Log for the 2024-2025 year at no cost to you.
It is recommended you register through your account on the Professional Development page to take advantage of P.Log Preferred Pricing.
Who attends this program?
This program draws both globally and industry-diverse professionals. Attendees have included military personnel, shipping/receiving, communications, as well as academics, engineers and disaster preparedness professionals. We have people who travel from Singapore, Nigeria, and Jordan, among others.
It is best suited for people who have an interest and/or ambition in strategic development
THE CONTEXT: Strategic Leadership for the 21st century.
THE FOCUS: YOU. A leader who wears many hats.
This revised program has been exclusively designed to focus on the skills and capabilities needed to succeed amid the new landscape of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity [VUCA] created by the pandemic. Using the fast fashion supply chain, and with peers, colleagues, and other leaders, consider the impacts of globalization, sustainability, SCL optimization and big data on our current supply chain and logistics landscape.
Guiding you through the strategic issues faced by logistics and supply chain professionals today, this program pushes you outside your comfort zone and challenges you to think outside the box. The goal is to become a certified P.Log: a leader who is equipped to drive innovative strategies to deal with problems creatively and proactively, to be a catalyst for a culture of change, and have the competitive edge to create and sustain value.
The program content challenges you to examine the complexity of business and interpersonal realtionships while building on the foundation of your own experience and insight.
Anchored by daily discussions on key SCL challenges - using the fast fashion supply chain as your case study - each day provides more than information, benchmarking, or best practices. The in-person facilitated interactive sessions provide insights into today's business challenges and generate discussions that are a catalyst for professionals seeking a new level of organizational leadership.
Join us and your peers, in person, to debate and discuss the issues and challenges facing our SCL industry. Using the fast fashion supply chain as a framework, explore risk analysis, the impact of big data, and key sustainability issues that plague organizations today. Explore the importance of shifting your own mentality from inventory optimization to network design in order to increase customer value and create an agile, adaptable supply chain that can pivot in the face of economic ebbs and flows.
The P.Log™️ Designation
By successfully completing any of our programs, you will earn the P.Log Designation and become a professional member of the Logistics Institute.
Earning your P.Log is about more than training - it is a declaration, verified by a third party, that not only are you competent and capable, but that you excel. From frontline employees, all the way to C-Suite, our programs focus on honing, developing and building the skills you've always had, but never thought to focus on. Using a combination of licensed and proprietary content, P.Log Certification Programs push you outside of your comfort zone, and help you discover the leader you were always meant to be.
The P.Log designation is owned and maintained by the Logistics Community of Interest under the stewardship of the Logistics Institute. The P.Log designation is a registered trademark of the Logistics Institute, and each individual earning the designation must renew it on an annual basis for continued use of the designation.
P.Log™️ Professional Development
Successfully completing the Leadership Program as a P.Log qualifies you for 2 years worth of professional development credits.
Professional development as a P.Log is part of the continuous learning vow you took when you earned your designation - a key piece of maintaining your designation. You took the time to develop your skills and push yourself out of your comfort zone. Now, update those skills, toolsets and competencies and ensure your toolkit matches what is required of a 21st century leader.