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Podcasts

Process Excellence Network provides industry professionals with a sundry of learning tools and opportunities. Listen to Process Excellence Network's podcasts where stakeholders of various interests and levels share their knowledge through one-on-one interviews and panel discussions. Explore and learn today. 

Process Perspectives Podcast Series

Beyond the Lean Office: interview with author Kevin Duggan

Tue, 02/23/2016
In this PEX Network interview, Kevin Duggan, founder of the Institute for Operational Excellence and author of the best-selling book, Creating Mixed Model Value Stream, and the Shingo Award-winning book, Design for Operational Excellence, talks about applying Operational Excellence in an office environment.
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Establishing an Effective Process Excellence Training Program (Podcast)

Wed, 03/30/2016
As many process excellence leaders know, one of the key aims of a process improvement program is not to deliver merely technical results, but to change the way that people in an organization think so that improvement becomes something that everyone does on a daily basis. But instilling a “continuous improvement mindset” - as many call it - does...
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[Podcast] Securing Executive Sponsorship: Step One in Achieving Sustained, Large-Scale Transformation

Wed, 08/19/2015
Ahead of the Operational Excellence in Insurance Summit in Hartford, Connecticut, USA, we’ve brought the Chair and two of the key speakers of the upcoming event together to discuss the theme - Securing Executive Sponsorship: Step one in achieving sustained, large-scale transformation. Podcast Participants...
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[Podcast] Low-code: The solution for agile platform development in Process Excellence – Interview with MatsSoft’s Nigel Warren

Mon, 12/08/2014
For the full transcript, click here. We've spoken in recent weeks about the promise low-code shows in the PEX space, but it's still an incredibly new term, and a relatively untested development solution. To shed some more light on the promise low-code might hold, PEX Network speaks to Nigel Warren, Head of Marketing at MatsSoft Ltd, an independent...
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[Podcast] Cross-border investigations & global trade - Interview with Senator George J. Mitchell

Thu, 10/09/2014
Ahead of the Global Investigations Summit on 14 & 15 October 2014, Craig Sharp, Editor of PEXNetwork.com had a chance to sit down with former US Senate Majority Leader, Senator George J. Mitchell to discuss the complexities of cross-border negotiations, a facet of legal process which; due to an ever-growing global marketplact, is becoming...
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Profit through Process Podcast Series

Inventive Incentives: Redesigning Healthcare Payments

Tue, 02/01/2011
Healthcare in developed economies is facing a two-pronged attack: aging populations and governments that can no longer afford the burgeoning costs. So doing more with less is not just a buzz slogan in healthcare - it’s becoming a critical imperative. And the way in which doctors and other healthcare professionals are remunerated could be an...
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Summit sees growing interest in Business Process Management

Tue, 01/25/2011
Tough economic times need new process improvement initiatives. And at IQPC's Profit through Process summit in Orlando last week, many blamed a tough economy for what some say is growing interest in Business Process Management technology. In this Profit through Process podcast, Ian Gotts, CEO and Founder of Nimbus and Joe Dragone, account manager...
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To profit or not for profit, the process is all the same

Tue, 01/25/2011
A lot has been made of the difference between private and not for profit organizations. But from a process improvement perspective, are they really that different? Erika Westbay, Program Director of BPM at the Nature Conservancy, a non profit environmental organization, doesn't think so. In this Profit through Process podcast, Westbay describes...
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The Great Debate: Lean for Services?

Sun, 01/16/2011
Lean, which seeks to remove waste from processes, has been used for decades in manufacturing. More recently, service industries have started applying lean methodologies to streamline their operations and make efficiencies.Proponents say that Lean can just as readily improve processes in service industries as in manufacturing. Critics, however,...
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Mind the gap between strategy and execution

Tue, 01/04/2011
Vision? Check. Mission statement? Check. Execution...er, well at least we've got the strategy. It's a failing common to many businesses: company slogans and strategies cooked up in the boardroom fail to translate into real results. So just how should you align strategy with execution to achieve the objectives you've set out? Laura Mooney, Vice...
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