Supply Chain Manager – Pfizer Global Supply
Sterile Injectables Operating Unit
“I would highly recommend this course to any mid-level supply chain professional as a way of creating a competitive advantage for their organisation and fast tracking personal and professional development.”
Strategic Supply Chain Management Programme
Co-designed with the Centre for Supply Chain Management and leading NZ business executives, this dynamic programme actively develops mid-career professionals from various parts of the supply chain into strategic supply chain leaders.
Refreshed programme for 2020 is here!
To respond to these changes we have refreshed our C-Suite programmes to encourage enterprise-level mindset shifts and an enhanced focus on collaboration and application of learning. Participants from across our four C-Suite programmes will work together across certain ‘combined’ components of the programme, developing the strategic, whole-of-business mindset that is the platform for success in C-Suite roles.
Opportunities and Challenges for 2021 and Beyond from a New Zealand Perspective
In this webinar C-Suite Advisory Group senior leaders from Finance, Information Technology, Supply Chain and Human Resources speak on what they see as the critical challenges and opportunities for New Zealand organizations. The second part of the session will allow the leaders an opportunity for cross industry and functional discussion and questions from attendees.
About the programme
The role of a supply chain leader is to align their organisation’s array of staff, suppliers, technology and process, and get the right products into the right hands at the right time.
In a world of increasingly dynamic and disrupted supply chains, companies need their supply chain leaders to develop the foresight, skill and agility to turn operational issues into strategic opportunities. A supply chain leader’s understanding of what is needed – and their ability to influence across the supply network – will be the key to company success in the future.
This experiential programme seeks to equip mid-career supply chain professionals to contribute at a strategic level to lead that alignment process. It is designed to be practical and relevant and give supply chain leaders the tools to contribute to C-Suite decision making, both functionally and across the business.
This programme is designed for busy working professionals. It is a ten-day programme set across five modules, held over five months. The majority of the programme will be held on-site at the University of Auckland Business School Campus.
The expected time commitment outside of the module components involves work on a strategic project, mentoring sessions, peer coaching, reflection on learning and pre and post readings.
- Currently be in a mid-to-senior supply chain or related role for at least five years (e.g. procurement, inventory, planning, logistics or related disciplines)
- Have been identified as having potential to progress to a senior leadership role within the next five years
*please note applications outside of the above criteria will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
To encourage you to think beyond Supply Chain and develop the strategic, whole-of-business mindset, some parts of Modules 1, 2, 3 and 5 will be delivered in a combined cohort of all C-Suite programme participants. The remaining time will be spent in your Supply Chain cohort.
4 August (online)
Decision making in uncertain times Beginning your learning journey.
Aligning strategy to deliver value
Collaboration and change
Leading across the supply network
Roadmap for the future
In addition to the modular content and with the support of your mentor and your organisational sponsor, you will identify a project of strategic value to your organisation. This project work aims to build leadership capability across the organisation – in particular thinking strategically, influencing and working successfully across the business.
The action learning project delivers immediate value and ensures your programme learning is embedded by applying it to real issues in your own organisation.
The application of learning is what defines our C-Suite programmes. You will have various opportunities throughout the programme to apply learning to your own business context and career through peer-group collaboration on participative exercises, case studies, project work, reflection exercises and online learning. In each module we will discuss how you have applied models and tools and practised new skills.
This is done through:
- Interactive workshops with senior University faculty and facilitators
- Work on a project that is of strategic value to your organisation
- Cross-functional peer coaching opportunities between modules to develop coaching skills and reflect on your own development and learning
- Mentoring from a seasoned professional to support you through the programme
- Peer group collaboration on participative exercises, group simulation, case studies, reading materials and reflection exercises
This programme is co-designed and supported by senior University faculty, in conjunction with an Advisory Group of experienced business leaders who also feature as mentors and guest speakers.
- Dave Christie (Director, Supply Chain Strategy, Tainui Group Holdings)
- Deena Clarkson (General Manager Distribution NZ, Fonterra)
- James Feeney (Director, Alignment Consulting)
- Reinhold Goeschl (General Manager Supply Chain, Ports of Auckland)
- Aaron Green (General Manager Parcels & Transformation, Toll Holdings)
- Debbie Howarth (Director, Industry Engagement, Joint Defence Services, New Zealand Defence Force)
- Brigadier Charles Lott (ret) (National Manager, Equipment & Logistics at Fire and Emergency NZ)
- Andrea Manley (General Manager Strategy & Innovation, Napier Port)
- Gerard Morrison (Chief Executive Officer, CODA Group)
- Lisa Norton (Senior Manager Resources, Airport Enablement, Air New Zealand)
- Suzanne O’Leary (Director, January Group)
- Jonti Rhodes (General Manager Supply Chain, Facilities and Sustainability, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare)
- Chloe Surridge (General Manager Supply Chain, Air New Zealand)
- Sharne Usherwood (Director, KPMG)
- Louise Wood (General Manager Supply Chain, Sanford Ltd)
Ports of Auckland Chair of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management
Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management
Deputy Director, Graduate School of Management
Adjunct Associate Professor, Graduate School of Management
The fee for participation in the programme is $12,000 + GST.
This includes attendance at all of the modules, peer coaching, mentoring support for projects, materials and required reading. It also includes coffee, tea breaks and lunches on all class days, programme dinners and receptions for each participant and their organisational sponsor.
Discounts are available for self-sponsored participants, organizations sponsoring multiple students and University of Auckland staff.