Supply Chain Program managerHewlett Packard - HP NetworkingBusiness Strategy (from September 2011), Grenoble, France
---Lead Supply Chain business strategy, engage with senior management to set strategic objectives
---Identify transformation opportunities and develop a 3-year roadmap through project definition and selection
---Lead, monitor and report on project delivery and progress towards objectives
Transform Demand and Supply Planning Processes at WW level (2008-2011)
2008-2011 – Roseville, California, Long Term Temporary assignment, ending 2011 September)
---Lead cross region, cross functional projects to deliver world wide unified Demand & Supply Planning processes and tools and enhance collaboration with suppliers and manufacturing sites through implementation of SAP SCM (DP-SNP-SNC-BW).
---Engage through all project life cycle stages with senior management, functional managers and user community from strategy definition, to program management, delivery and transfer to Operations.
---Represent business unit in cross-corporation transformation programs throughout the Supply Chain domains of planning, fulfilment and visibility.
2004-2008 – Grenoble, France
2007-2008 - Re-assess of planning processes and day-to-day operations monitoring
---Model processes & establish KPI using SCOR model
---Define capability roadmap definition to support transformation of Demand & Supply Planning processes
---Lead transformation of SC Business Intelligence
---Lead transformation of order scheduling using SAP SCM (GATP-BW)
2006-2007 - Develop new Go-To-Market models in EMEA
---Pilot first direct sales model. Lead contract negotiation on SC capabilities, service levels and customer setup (order-to-invoice-to-support, performance reporting).
---Design a collaborative process (CPFR) to replenish high runner products based on point-of-sale data in channel partner locations.
2004-2005 - Regional Supply Chain Modeling
---Re-assess optimum SC network for manufacturing site locations
---Design replenishment process & tool for the regional distribution
---Assess capability requirements to support independent Supply Chain Operations (outsourcing collaboration, logistics and distribution network)
Logistic and distribution process engineerLyon, France
-Own distribution process and drive outsourced partner relationship (performance review, cost analysis). Manage volume increase (x5) to 1M units/month. Budget: $1.6M/month.
-Lead a team of 4 engineer assistants.
-Optimize supply chain through just-in-time distribution of configured products, ROI 4 months
-Negotiate variable cost model reduction with logistics partners savings -8% DC costs
Process & System engineerLyon, France
-Own shop floor system on a production site Volume: 200k units /month.
-Manage IT supplier, team of 4 people (application support budget of $300k/year).
-Lead system improvement to support new production capabilities: fast flexible product structuring, integration of manufacturing services within the order management chain, overall budget: $450k
Ecole Catholique des Arts et MétiersMechanical Engineer
Architect and operationalize Supply Chain Management solutions to maximize total customer experience and cash flows through Supply Chain network analysis, Business Processes engineering, end-to-end Visibility, unified Demand and Supply Planning functions and optimized go-to-market models.
Demand & Supply Planning, Supply Management, Outsourcing & Warehouse processes, Reporting, Project Management (PMP certified) with remote multicultural teams