Life Science network event: Human behaviour in planning

Bart Paridaen   |   May 26, 2016   |   Life Science   |  


On May 12 EyeOn hosted the 11th Life Science Network Meeting at Croy Castle on Human Behaviour in Planning.

The day started with a lively discussion on human behaviour in planning and the type of behaviour and bias Life Science companies experience in their supply chain.  Possible mitigation strategies were shared and discussed with the audience.

After setting the scene, Rene Vollebregt from Mediq continued by sharing experiences from their recent S&OP journey and the change management process to shape a solid process with  involvement from supply chain and the commercial organization. He elaborated on the next steps on the horizon to integrate Finance in their Integrated Business Management process.

In the afternoon Wout van Wezel from the University of Groningen presented a more academic view on the role of behaviour in scheduling in a broader context of planning and supply chain management.

All participants concluded the day with an interactive session presented by EyeOn. Highlights and conclusions are presented below.

We thank all network members for their contributions to a successful & inspiring network meeting and are looking forward to meet you on one of our upcoming events.

Below you find some of the presentations of the day.

If you are interested to learn more about one of the topics or you want to know more about the EyeOn Life Science Network, please contact EyeOn at mail@eyeon.nl or  +31 492 388850

Kind regards,
The EyeOn Life Science Team 


Bart Paridaen

Bart Paridaen

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