Building the Manufacturing Capabilities for the Future to Enable Healthcare Transformation

  • Recognizing and acknowledging the major healthcare trends and disruptors
  • How does embracing these trends impact manufacturing capabilities and the end-to-end Supply chain organization?
  • How are we developing a bold and holistic manufacturing transformation strategy, framework and deployment approach to address these implications and meet future customer and market expectations?
  • Offering insights into how to connect and seamlessly integrate the Technology Innovation Process (Mode 2) with the “Operational World” (Mode 1) for broad adoption and deployment across business segments
  • Sharing of critical success factors for implementation of this manufacturing and technology transformation to drive sustainable business and customer impact:
    • Emphasizing the importance of upfront exploration and industrial research
    • Building initial capability and accelerating organizational learning through an agile “test and learn” philosophy
    • Establishing broad business engagement early on in the journey and building & leveraging core strategic external partnerships
  • Understanding the criticality for having a robust Standard Operating System to deploy and scale new capabilities, processes, systems and technologies in a consistent and sustainable way

Bart Talloen
VP Product Supply
Johnson & Johnson

As an executive supply chain leader for more than 25 years, Bart has a proven track record of success across several key SC functions such as Planning, Engineering, Technology Transfers, Project Management, Continuous Improvement, Mfg Operations, and General SC Management in Asia, Europe, and North America.

During his career in pharma, OTC, consumer goods, and logistics/ material handling, Bart has managed large supply networks, has acquired and divested operations, build new plants but also has overseen the closure of plants, and has developed and executed a three-year Consent Decree Work Plan including the successful re-certification of three US OTC manufacturing plants by FDA.

In his current role as Vice President, Product Supply Strategy & Deployment, Bart is responsible for developing and deploying advanced processes & capabilities, agile OT systems and disruptive technologies to improve the end-to-end Supply Chain performance.

Bart is also responsible for the J&J Supply Chain Academy to provide enterprise-wide subject matter learning & development programs and build future leadership capabilities for the end-to-end Supply Chain organization.

He and his wife live in Skillman, NJ and have two sons in college.