ASCM is the Association of Supply Chain Management. ASCM is built on a foundation of APICS certification and training spanning 60 years. Now, ASCM is driving innovation in the industry with new products, services and partnerships that enable companies to further optimize their supply chains, secure their competitive advantage and positively influence their bottom lines.
In light of the Covid 19 pandemic, and social distancing, all networking and plant tours are suspended. We hope to begin virtual events soon. If you have ideas or want to help us coordinate these events, please email President@midcarolina-apics.org. Thank You!
Please join us at the at Twisted Spur on December 10th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm for networking PDM meeting. This is an opportunity to meet other MidCarolina APICS members and learn about activities and tours that we are planning for the spring.
A world leader in recycling, Sonoco Recycling collects more than 3 million tons of paper, plastic, metal and other materials in more than 100 cities and towns across the U.S. each year. A unit of Sonoco, a multi-billion dollar global provider of consumer packaging, industrial products, and supply chain services, our recycling roots date back to the 1920s. Sonoco operates 40 recycling facilities globally and help more than 15,000 retailers, manufacturers and communities save money, save resources and create clean, renewable energy. Join us on November 8 for a tour of Sonoco Recycling.
Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:
Thursday, November 8, 2018 from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM (EST)
1132 Idlewilde Boulevard
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Hosted by Scott W. Luton, CSCP, LSSGB Managing Partner, TalentStream EVP, APICS Atlanta
Corporate culture refers to the shared values, attitudes, standards, and beliefs that characterize members of an organization and define its nature. The path to creating a culture of engagement is as hard to define as culture itself, and it is a path that has no end. When Tosca began operations in 1958, it was a much smaller company with 1 location and a handful of employees servicing 1 supply chain. Back then the concept of culture was much simpler to define and describe. Today, the thriving Tosca organization has grown to over 600 team members spread across 16 different locations, servicing 4 very different supply chains, with year over year double digit growth, and the complexities of creating company culture has grown with it. Join us for this webinar, in which Mike Wasson with Tosca will share some of their lessons and best practices learned from this journey, which are applicable no matter the size or complexity of your company, or of the role you play in your organization. In fact, Tosca’s success in sharing and living company values was recently recognized by the Atlanta Journal Constitution as one of the 2018 Top Workplaces in Atlanta. Join our webinar to learn more about what makes Tosca a special place to work.
Mike Wasson Vice President Supply Chain & Operations Tosca
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Ever heard the phrase “lead the people & manage the process”? Ever wonder exactly what that means? Join us on March 30th as Beau Groover walks through this principle and shares best practices for effectively applying it to your business. He’ll also cover:
• Leadership versus Management
• How to best evaluate your processes
• How to lead in a process-centered operation
• Live Q&A: tap into Beau’s 20+ years of hands-on leadership experience
Beau Groover has been working with manufacturing and operations-focused organizations for over 20 years, primarily focused on developing bullet-proof processes and teams that are built to win. Beau has helped organizations save millions of dollars while also improv-ing those companies’ customer experiences and building high-performing teams that con-tinue to drive the business forward. He has developed his approach and strategy over years of working with some of the biggest companies in multiple levels within the organiza-tions, including The Coca-Cola Company, Nordson Corporation, and Westrock (formerly RockTenn). Just prior to launching The Effective Syndicate in 2015, Beau served as the Director of Lean Sup-ply Chain at Serta Simmons Bedding, LLC. Beau also currently serves as an Advisory Board Member with Tal-entStream. Learn more about The Effective Syndicate at: www.theeffectivesyndicate.com.
Featuring Daniel Stanton President & Co-Founder, SecureMarking Author, Supply Chain Management for Dummies Moderated by Scott W. Luton, CSCP, LSSGB Staff Member, APICS Southeast District Inarguably, supply chains need to constantly adapt. One way we manage these changes is with projects. That means supply chain managers need to become experts at leading projects. The DIRECT approach is a simple but comprehensive system for managing the issues that leaders need to address in order to ensure their cross-functional projects are successful. In this live podcast, we’ll dig deeper into how to use the DIRECT approach, building on an article from the July / August issue of APICS Magazine. We’ll also dig into current hot topics in supply chain: counterfeiting, the supply chain workforce crisis, disruptive innovation, and the role of supply chains in supporting response and recovery from hurricanes and other disasters. About the presenter: Daniel Stanton is an executive, educator, and entrepreneur with a passion for supply chains and project management. His new book, Supply Chain Management for Dummies goes on sale November 13. Stanton is president and co-founder of SecureMarking, a new startup company that leverages nanotechnology, IoT, and blockchains to address the urgent challenge of supply chain security. In the past year he has also launched two courses for LinkedIn Learning that have been viewed over 300,000 times, and has had articles published in APICS Magazine and Supply Chain Management Review. Daniel earned a master of engineering degree in logistics from MIT, is a doctoral researcher at Cranfield University, and holds several industry certifications including Six Sigma Black Belt, Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP), and SCPro.