Using tools, governance and culture to support sustainable innovation, the role of OPEX is becoming increasingly involved with disrupting the status quo.
For many years, companies have seen diversity as affirmative action or box checking, in reality D&I is about cultivating diverse thinking, perspectives, experiences, work styles, and cultural backgrounds.
Big data and analytics can derive insights that help cut costs, make operations more efficient, and target customers better
If you were fortunate enough to attend OPEX Summer: Business Transformation Leaders Summit 2019 then you wouldn't be surprised to hear that the event was a great success! However if you couldn't attend, discover what happened over the course of four days in San Diego with our Post Show Report and see what were talking about.
See our highlighted keynotes and interactive discussion groups, where the majority of our delegates came from, the top industries of attendees, what the sunny drinks reception looked like and how you could sign up to 2020!
There was one sure way that Drucker knew that an organization or a company was going to fail. If any organization continued to do what in the past had made it successful, Drucker was certain that it would eventually go under. That sounds pretty strange, but if you think about it is completely logical and the “failures of success” are numerous throughout history. Find out from William Cohen why success can make you more likely to fail.
We spoke with operational excellence professionals Cindy Young, Theater Mission Planning Center (TMPC) Curriculum Developer and Instructor of Leidos and Mikael Scott, Senior Product Manager at Amazon, to see whether they rely more on people or process to transform their organizations and help reach new levels of customer centricity.