Generating Public Sector Savings Through Business Execution Software

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Tuesday, September 14, 2010
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It is widely acknowledged that public sector budget cuts are inevitable, but the real challenge lies in how spending reductions are executed. To minimise the impact on critical frontline services it is essential that every attempt is made to make these savings through improvements in operating efficiency or elimination of wasteful activity.

Join Neil Sutcliffe in our free webinar, as he talks about how business execution software has been proven to generate savings in the public sector. Neil will draw on real life public sector case studies to demonstrate how the right application of business execution software can deliver long-term, sustainable savings.

During the hour-long session, you will find out how leading organisations have dramatically increased the likelihood of achieving their goals through integrating Balanced Scorecards, Lean, Hoshin Planning and even Six Sigma, into a robust closed-loop business execution system.

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Neil Sutcliffe
Non-Executive Chairman

Neil Sutcliffe worked for fifteen years in the telecommunications equipment sector for Marconi plc. Prior to 2001, he served as the CEO of Marconi's Services division where he initiated and led a substantial Six Sigma program. From 2001 to 2006 he played a central role in the rehabilitation and turnaround of the company following its financial distress, serving as COO prior to the sale of the business to Ericsson in early 2006. Neil provides consulting and advisory services to enterprises, specializing in operational management. He also serves as Chairman for Comply Serve, a provider of web-based project compliance solutions for highly regulated industries. He has been a Non-Executive Director of i-nexus since May 2006, and holds a BSc in Mathematics from the University of Manchester, England.