The 2019 OPEX Summer: Business Transformation Leaders Summit Event Guide is packed with all news and information for the summit! With all of our Interactive Discussion Groups, keynotes and Case Studies, the Event Guide is your go-to pack for the event!
- New Speakers
- New Themes
- Track Sessions
- Our 10 Workshops
- The all important timing for the drinks reception!
- and much more...
Empowering Gen Z to transform your business with William Begeny, Executive Vice President of Digital Transformaiton at Edelman
Generation Z, born from the mid 1990s, are bringing completely new challenges to legacy and start-up businesses alike. Instead of being thrown off by the energy of this new generation, William Edelman, the current Senior Vice President of Digital Transformation at Edelman, believes that empowering this generation could completely transform your business.
An interview with Nathan Hillman, Head of Performance and Transformation about how Ericsson are transforming their operations to position themselves as customer obsessed.
Nathan is responsible for driving continuous improvement within Ericcson’s management system to satisfy the quality their customers demand.
Too many changes can leave anyone feeling demoralized, unmotivated and stressed – change fatigue, in other words. We asked some leading names from the OPEX world for their opinion on how change fatigue happens, how you can identify it early, and what steps you can take to manage it.
Hear from multiple OPEX experts as they delve into the conversation of what is the future of Lean and how has the idea and practice changed.
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Ahead of the Design thinking Workshop Day at OPEX Summer, we spoke with Karen Tilstra and Richard Paul of the Florida Hospital Innovation Lab to discuss the importance of design thinking in the 21st century. Giving us an insight into the success of their Innovation Lab, discover how design thinking can transform the basis of your business with two thought leaders who are moving ahead of the innovation game.
We, OPEX Summer, spoke to a number of Operational Excellence leaders to learn about just what it takes to be a successful leader in a varied environment. Six of the top leaders from such companies as: Nielsen, Hertz, MUFG Union Bank N.A, Kellogg Company and Voya Financial have shared with us their successes and challenges as well as the best advice they have received in order to put together the Ultimate Guide to Leadership in Operational Excellence.
Discover what makes Strategy Execution difficult, how you can get it right, and how you can move the needle.
Thinking of attending OPEX Summer 2019? To join 200 Operational Excellence leaders from the Americas all under one roof?
With the opportunity to benchmark and learn from these OPEX leaders across industries, leading brands, market disrupters and industry gurus - it's an opportunity not to miss!
OPEX Business Transformation Leaders Summit: Summer 2019 will leave you inspired to take you technology, people and processes strategies to the next level. Read our business case to find out more...
If your business is surrounded by hostile enemies, think about Walmart: making changes in such a large organization is difficult, and competitors are keen to get a slice of the action, whether that’s through competing on price or convenience. Is the traditional supermarket struggling to keep up?
Chris Glover, Vice President Supply Chain Performance, Walmart NA, talks about changing customer behaviour, external threats and how operational excellence is rising to the challenges. We look key aspects of customer psychology, the risks of failure, and how attitude and culture really do make a difference to the success of a business.
In this article, we speak with Matthew Morgan to discuss how organizations can ensure they are implement Business Process Management (BPM) effectively within their business. Matthew shares his insight into the importance of designing organizations to be centred on the function, as well as taking time to plan and define what you want the function to achieve. But above all, utilizing BPM comes with recruiting the right people for the job. Read on to discover:
- What BPM can do for your business
- The steps you should take to ensure you’re creating a tailored BPM strategy
- As well as ensuring how to recruit the right people for your BPM project.
This report aims to help information technology (IT) and business decision makers better understand the trends that impact the BPM space and the types of software offerings available on the market—so that they can better evaluate these solutions and select the one that best improves their organizations’ business processes.