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Global Supplier Management

Evening Event

Global Supplier Management:

Share and Learn Best Practices From Industries with a Long-Standing History of Robust Supplier Quality Programs

Orange County Regulatory Affairs Discussion Group
Tuesday, September 17, 2013

 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: September 16, 2013 at 10:00 am

 

Location:       

Allergan

2525 Dupont Drive, Irvine, CA  92612 

(pre-registration required, no walk-ins allowed)

 

Host:

Bonnie Safyurtlu, Director, Global Regulatory Affairs, Allergan, Inc.  

  

Speakers:

Anna Carlstrom, Supplier Quality Mgr, Boeing Defense, Space & Security

Mark Lindsey, Worldwide Safety/Audit Team, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts  

 

Program Manager:

Erin Cummings, RAC, Quality Assurance Consultant, CALIFY Consulting

 

Schedule:

5:30 – 6:30 pm          

Registration, Networking and Snacks

 

6:30 – 7:20 pm          

Supply Chain Excellence – Anna Carlstrom of Boeing

 

7:20 – 7:35 pm          

Break

 

7:35 – 8:30 pm          

Supplier Performance Ratings: Supplier Scorecards, Ranking and Driving Improvements – Mark Lindsey of Disney

 

8:30 – 9:00 pm          

Round Table Discussion with Q&A

 

Target Audience:

All FDA-regulated industries who which to learn practical tools and best practices to strengthen their own supplier control processes.

 

Three Take-Aways:

Tools for 1) managing supplier and supply chain risk; 2) evaluating, monitoring, and re-evaluating suppliers; 3) and maintaining traceability and records.

 

Program Synopsis

Supply Chain Excellence

Anna Carlstrom, Supplier Quality Mgr, Boeing Defense, Space & Security

 

The speaker will cover the following:

* Strengthening Quality Partnerships for the Future

– Expectations Overview

– What Does Boeing Buy?

– Deployment of Web Based Tools

* Increasing Oversight Activity in the Industry

* Boeing Quality Oversight Tool Suite

* Recommendations

 

Take Aways:

* Quality oversight tools

* Recommendations for managing suppliers and supply chain risk

* Monitoring suppliers including contract manufacturers

 

 

Supplier Performance Ratings:

Supplier Scorecards, Ranking and Driving Improvements

Mark Lindsey, Worldwide Safety/Audit Team, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts

 

The speaker will cover the following:

To effectively manage a well performing Supply Chain, Leadership should utilize a Scorecard and Ranking approach that has a composite weighting scheme to provide a Balanced perspective. This can be used to award business based on evaluating overall past performance and promised (quoted) performance.

 

Learn strategies and tactics on how to:

*        Establish Supplier Rating Systems based on key performance attributes (i.e. Quality, Responsiveness to Issues, Delivery, Technical Capability, Price Competitiveness, and other key service attributes). This includes developing Supplier Benchmarking Systems and how to use it for SWOT Analysis

*        Evaluate and award orders to existing suppliers based on past performance (best predictor for future performance) and pricing.

*        Share the Costs of Poor Quality (COPQ) with the responsible suppliers and when warranted with internal suppliers/departments (i.e. Engineering and Purchasing).

*       Collaborate with the key stakeholders (internal and external) to identify and pursue opportunities for improvement (i.e. share in the pain to encourage pain avoidance and/or share in the pleasure).

 

Take Aways:

Examples of color-coded score cards and trend charts for 1) managing supplier and supply chain risk; 2) evaluating, monitoring, and re-evaluating suppliers; 3) and maintaining traceability and records.

 

About the Speakers

Anna Carlstrom

Supplier Quality Manager, Boeing Defense, Space & Security

Anna Carlstrom is a Supplier Quality Manager for Boeing Defense, Space & Security. Her team performs product verification and quality system assessments for Boeing’s electronics and software suppliers in Southern California.

 

Anna joined Boeing 5 ½ years ago and has been in management for the last year. Her entire career at Boeing has been in Supplier Quality where she has had the opportunity to interface not only with other divisions within Boeing but also with numerous suppliers and commodities. She has supported a wide variety of programs including several for Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Prior to Boeing, Anna worked in the Bio Tech industry in both project management and lab associate positions. She graduated from the University of Washington with a B.S. in Physics and Astronomy and plans to pursue her M.B.A. within the next 5 years.

 

Mark Lindsey

Worldwide Safety and Audit Team, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts

Mark Lindsey has a BSET, MBA, and is an ASQ CSSBB, CMQOE, CQE, and CQA. He has been active in ASQ for 25+ years and been serving as a Certification Refresher Course Instructor and providing support in other roles.   He has delivered many presentations at the Section and Division Levels.

 

Through his employment in numerous diverse industries and networking, Mark has been exposed to many great mentors and enjoys helping others to mutually succeed (make bad “good” and good “great”). Currently he is a member of the Worldwide Safety and Audit Team for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts where he has received awards for improving supplier performance and internal processes.

 

 

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Pricing: 

$50 OCRA Members 

$100 Non Members (includes OCRA Membership for one year)
$25 Government and Students*
Free for Allergan Employees

 

 

 

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

 

INSTRUCTIONS TO REGISTER ONLINE:

Log onto the OCRA website (http://www.ocra-dg.org/) with your username and password OR Create a new account by selecting “Register” on the top right hand side. If you are not an OCRA Member, it will ask you to join. Please keep in mind that to attend any OCRA meeting, we require you to become a Member.

 

Once you have logged on (and paid for membership), click on “Register for a Meeting”.  All of OCRA’s active meetings will be listed. Select the meeting you would like to attend and complete the registration process by filling in the appropriate fields.

PAYMENT OPTIONS To Pay With Credit Card

Register and pay online as described above or use this form to register and fax it with your credit card payment to: 949-266-8461

Click here to download the registration form
To Pay With Company or Personal Check

Please register online and select the “Pay Off-Line” payment method and select “Company Check” or “Personal Check”. Make sure to mail your check at least 10 days prior to the conference to ensure it is receive in time. Only paid attendees will be able to attend. If a check has not been received, you will be asked to provide a credit card as a hold until the check is received.

Mail your check payable to:

Orange County Regulatory Affairs Discussion Group

5319 University Dr., Suite 641, Irvine, CA 92612

Tel:      949-387-9046

Fax:     949-266-8461 or 949-387-9047

Email:  ksyre@cox.net

OCRA’s non-profit Federal Tax ID# 33-0630455
To Pay using PayPal

When registering online PayPal is one of the payment options.

PayPal requires that you set up an account with them prior to making payment for this meeting. Once you receive confirmation of your new account, then you can register for this meeting.

RECEIPTS FOR PAYMENT
Please use the online payment process for an immediate receipt.

Name badges and materials will be provided at the on-site registration desk.

Registration Fee includes the following: Electronic access to available presentations, dinner and free parking.

Cancellations
Cancellations must be received in writing (via email to: ksyre@cox.net or via fax to 949-266-8461) by September 10, 2013. After the cancellation date, if you have reserved a space but do not attend, your payment MUST be remitted. However, an alternate person may attend in your place (non-member replacements will be required to become members for an additional $50 fee.)

 

DRIVING DIRECTIONS:

Allergan, Inc.

2525 Dupont Drive

Irvine, CA 92623

 

Driving instruction from Long Beach

Take I-405 South

Exit Jamboree Road

Turn right at Jamboree Road

Turn right at Dupont Drive

Turn RIGHT into driveway from Dupont

(after passing Teller Avenue)

Present photo ID to the security guard for identification

Follow the on-campus guard instruction and sign for parking

 

Driving instruction from San Diego

Take I-5 North

Take the I-405 N exit toward Long Beach

Exit Jamboree Road

Turn left at Jamboree Road

Turn right at Dupont Drive

Turn RIGHT into driveway from Dupont

(after passing Teller Avenue)

Present photo ID to the security guard for identification

Follow the on-campus guard instruction and sign for parking

 

Driving Directions and Security Instructions

It is important to bring a photo ID (preferably a Driver License) for identification. You will need to present this at the security gate before entering the facility. Please inform the guard that you are attending the OCRA Meeting.

 

Note: This security policy will be strictly enforced.

 

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