To ‘kick off’ the 2018-2019 event season, bring your spouses, kids and friends and join the CSCMP DFW family as we tour the new Dallas Cowboys headquarters and training facility and meet up afterwards at one of the fine establishments steps away from the facility. The tour includes a guided walk through the Ford Center indoor athletic facility, the War Room where the draft is conducted, the Nike Star Walk, a display of Super Bowl Memorabilia, and more. Meet at the Ford Center Ticket Office for tour start at 4:30pm. Note: The facility does not permit any bag larger than a small purse unless it is clear.
Thursday, August 16, 2018
*Post-event happy hour to follow
One Cowboys Way
Frisco, TX 75034
CSCMP EVENTS SUMMARY
The DFW Roundtable event cycle officially runs from September to May, with events typically taking place on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Events alternate between educational presentations and facility tours. Members receive a 25% discount on event registration and there is also a speedpass available to pre-register for the whole event cycle and get one event free.
June 7 - Texas Rangers vs. Astros Game
Last Event Before Summer Break!
Join the CSCMP Dallas Fort Worth Roundtable for an evening of baseball at the Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas. Seating will be held in the Lexus Club Terrace for the 1st of a 4 game series versus the Houston Astros. There are 30 seats available, so register today!
This event is not included in the speedpass program. Tickets purchased by May 31 can be picked up at the box office on game day.
DFW CSCMP Roundtable is excited to announce our inaugural charity golf event to be held on May 7th, 2018 at 1:00 pm at the Ridgeview Ranch golf course in Plano, Texas. All proceeds go towards scholarships for local college students in a supply chain related curriculum.
Please join us for an afternoon of golf, networking and BBQ. After registration you will receive an e-mail requesting the other three names for your foursome.
BNSF Railway Art and Network Operations Center Tour
Tour the Facility - April 26th
A tour of BNSF Railway’s Corporate Headquarters offers a world-class art collection, artifacts from the rich history of the railroad, and a fascinating look at the newly renovated and high-tech Network Operations Center.
Attendees will need to bring a valid U.S. driver’s license to get checked in. If you don’t have a U.S. driver’s license, inform event contact by the 18th. Attendees should park at the visitors center between or near the two rail cars.
No CSCMP Tour is complete without a post event happy hour. Keep your calendar open for happy hour following the tour, at Flips Patio Grill just a mile from the tour venue.
6613 Fossil Bluff Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76137
March 15 - TopGolf - The Colony
Crowdsourcing & The Sharing Economy in Supply Chain
Come hear how new crowdsourcing and the sharing economy business models are making their way into your docks, warehouses, and strategy meetings. Apps like FLEXE and Uber Freight have been in the market long enough to gain household name status, let's take a moment to examine their current impact and what's coming next. Karl Hemmelgarn, FLEXE Business Development Director, will represent the quickly expanding tech side of the market while Electrolux transportation team representatives, Shelby Carter and Brett Parker, will share the customer viewpoint and their experience shopping for crowdsourced transportation solutions. Both sides will share their experiences and stories and answer your questions in a private room at TopGolf in The Colony.
Keep your schedule open and bring your A-game to the post-event golf and networking event sponsored by FLEXE.
September 20th @ National Video Game Museum, Frisco, TX
Presenter: Richard Sherman, Senior Fellow, Supply Chain Centre of Excellence at Tata Consultancy Services
*Note: Registrations are capped at 40 due to space limitations*
Accurate supply chain planning is more difficult to achieve than ever before. The pace of change in products, seasons, and consumer taste is unprecedented. The omnichannel age has brought a new level of complexity to patterns of demand. Manufacturers, retailers, and distributors are finding it increasingly difficult to draw on data from multiple sources and turn it into accurate forecasts.
So how do we derive order from this chaos of information?
How do we align all parts of the supply chain to create customer-focused organizations that can quickly adapt to shifting demand?
In this session, we’ll discuss:
Common pain points and pitfalls for supply chain planners
How the lines between planning and execution are beginning to blur
The benefits of integrating supply chain planning across the organization (integrating units like finance and sales)
How disruptive technologies will shape the supply chain of the future
Event officially begins at 5:30 but feel free to arrive ahead of time to browse the museum. Event end at 7:30pm.
The National Videogame Museum (NVM) is the only museum in America dedicated to the history of the videogame industry. The museum provides a physical location that interactively displays the history and impact on popular culture that videogames have had on the public. The museum features more than 100,000 videogame consoles, games, artifacts and more than 25 years of historical documents and data archives. The museum spans 10,000-square-feet, includes a gift shop and features more than 20 displays and has a normal entry price of $12 (included in your registration for the CSCMP event).
What You Get With Your Event Registration:
Dinner and drinks
Networking and a keynote address
Access to the museum ($12 value)
A guided tour of the museum
Four tokens for use in the 80’s arcade. Additional tokens are available for purchase in the arcade for $.25.
Full use of the museum before, during and after the meeting - the entire day
A $2 discount coupon to bring their entire family back (up to six people)
A high score tournament on a arcade machine or console game with a prize for the best score
An author and thought leader on supply chain management, Rich’s book Supply Chain Transformation: Practical Roadmap for Best Practice Results (Wiley, 2012) is praised as a great read transformation. Rich launched the SC advisory services for AMR Research leading in the development of the SCOR® model, founding the Supply Chain Council, and serving on its Board and as Director of North America. Rich has held senior management positions with market leading technology and consulting corporations. Rich received his BA and MA from the University of Notre Dame.