Why OPEX and Business Functions Need to Unite to Achieve Transformation

28 - 30 September, 2020 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Alexander Silantyev


Manager PwC

 

Alexander Silantyev is a Master Black Belt at PwC Belgium where he leads the Continuous Improvement practice offering not only Lean Six Sigma but also agile methods, such as Design Thinking, to the market. Before joining PwC, Alexander worked as a Continuous Improvement Leader for AB InBev. Holding a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Alexander has acquired expertise in maintenance, having worked in a number of companies for the last 19 years. He is currently taking Executive MBA class at Vlerick Business School and will graduate next year. Alexander is passionate about teaching and coaching and is eager to apply new concepts and technologies into his work. He gets really excited knowing that his support helped the clients.

Workshop Day

Monday, October 7th, 2019

9:00 AM WORKSHOP A1: The core principles needed to deliver a successful business model

  • What external factors are driving your business needs and how to align your operating model to them
  • How can you train your workforce for OPEX? Critical factors for developing technical skills across the organization
  • Assess your process architecture, and find and fix the right process flaws from the start – drawing on what perfection looks like
  • Enterprise-wide transformation initiatives developed off the back of core process flaws and principles
  • Incorporating learner, coaching and leadership activities as a critical success factor to OPEX success
  • Discussing the role of technology as a tool assisting, not replacing, human involvement, and the application of design tools to optimize the program output

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Alexander.

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