PEX Pulse: Delegate Perspectives from PEX Week USA
Every year for the past 16 years, the process excellence industry’s movers and shakers have gathered at PEX Week USA, in Orlando, Florida. There has been such a wealth of experience that has walked through the doors of that conference over the years. We’ve had some phenomenal speakers over the past two decades - including none other than Jack Welch, former CEO of GE – that have tracked the development of process excellence from the days of Six Sigma to the explosion of methods and technology that we see today.
But it’s not only the speakers that bring with them years of experience and a fullness of knowledge about the different faces of process excellence as it is applied in companies all across the world. Hundreds of delegates travel to the conference with a rich variety of backgrounds.
If only we could tap into that experience and find out what delegates really thought about the topics that were presented at the conference. What did they find interesting? How did what they learned apply to their business? And where do they see their profession heading next?
This is not process excellence as proposed by so-called experts or as practiced in a laboratory. This is what Process Excellence really looks like in the real world – the experience of hundreds of professionals, just like you, working to practically apply the concepts of operational excellence in a vast landscape of companies and organizations.
So this year, we’ve done exactly that. We went directly to several of our recent delegates and asked them what they learned at the conference. Download this e-book to find out what they had to say.
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