February Professional Development Meeting - Joint meeting with ISM
February 12, 2020
5:00 PM - 8:15 PM
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About the Event:
What is DDMRP and how has it helped one local company to reduce inventory, improve customer service and create a systematic planning and execution system used across their global manufacturing operations?
Learn about the Moog Aircraft Group and their on-going transformation from a push to a pull system using Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP). Developing a strategy and a plan for each part is no small task but the data shows that DDMRP methodology is making a difference.
Moog’s Planners and Buyers are not just placing orders they are Analysts helping to improve the bottom line by using DDMRP and monitoring buffers. Making and buying parts that will not be timely consumed has stopped and this cash and capacity is now used to procure the parts being consumed, when they are needed, and in the quantities that support the part buffer health.
Using simple inputs (MOQ, LT) and data (demand and supply variation), Moog has incorporated strategic and dynamic decoupling points of inventory (buffers) to protect the flow of parts. Moog’s pilots and case studies show superior on-time delivery, right-sized inventories, lead-time compression, and an improvement in overall customer satisfaction.
About the Presenter:
Kim Jordan: AG DDMRP Implementation Leader, Command Center Manager, MOOG Aircraft Group
Kim manages the Moog Command Center and is the DDMRP Implementation Leader for the Aircraft Group. Kim’s team has been instrumental in introducing, educating and leading Moog on the journey to implement a Demand Driven at Moog. The team has developed extensive tools using DDMRP principles to "protect and promote flow of relevant information and materials".
Kim joined Moog in 2012 as a Materials Management Contractor and then as the inaugural Manager of the AG Command Center where she developed a cross functional, multi-shift team. The team manages, monitors and assists various Moog Operations, Quality, and Supply Chain activities to improve overall operations and customer communications. The team has developed and implemented standardized processes, communication tools, and metrics with a goal of forward looking problem solving processes to ensure operational performance. Kim is a trained facilitator/mentor for Problem Solving / A3’s.
Kim has a B.S. in Business Studies from Buffalo State and an MBA from Canisius. She is APICS certified (CPIM), a Certified Purchasing Manager (C.P.M.), Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM) and holds a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. Prior to joining Moog, Kim was the Supply Chain Leader for CPL Niagara / Bristol-Myers Squibb Company where she worked for 23 years. In her career, she held multiple leadership roles in Materials Management, Supply Chain, Business Development, and Manufacturing Operations.
About the Meal:
Big Kahuna Dinner Buffet (Caribbean-inspired)
Two Meats: Caribbean Jerk Chicken & Blackened Tilapia (mango salsa on the side)
Two Starch: Caribbean Rice & Caribbean Potato
Coffee/Tea with meal
$20.00 Member not in Workforce or Retired
$20.00 Full Time Student Member
$20.00 Full Time Student Non Member