This operational efficiency webinar will describe the various aspects of improving your operation by comparing what operational laggards and leaders do through examples in the from of eight mini case studies covering basic metals, electric equipment, medical specialties, food & distribution etc.
Why Should You Attend:
Operations leaders produce far higher profits, maintain better quality, better satisfy their most demanding customers, enjoy lower employee turnover, and handle change much better than laggards. it’s worth it for every supply chain and operations manager to understand what it takes to move to the top third of companies.
Attend this webinar to view cohesive examples of justification processes, resources and methodologies and identify readily available support materials and resources, so that participants can begin their improvement program immediately.
Practical learning from Bob's firsthand experience from eight mini case studies covering basic metals, electric equipment, medical specialties, food & distribution. Bob will present vivid examples with specific measures that compare leaders and laggards in several industries.
Areas Covered in the Webinar:
This program will provide answers to these important questions:
- What are shortcomings, symptoms, and results of laggards' operations?
- How do I prioritize what steps to take? Where do I start?
- Describe some winners. Describe where I should focus: where is the biggest bang for the buck?
- Monetize the benefits of being a leader: show how it is worth the effort!
- Let's be practical: what are the candid secrets of such a transformation?
- How do I get the ball rolling without swamping my company's resources?
Supply Chain Practice Head ,
Transportation and Logistics Advisors, LLC
Robert Sabath is a uniquely creative, outspoken, skeptical visionary. He has spent the last 30 years in the no man's land between sales/marketing and operations/supply chain, and, as such has become a pragmatist who works at the cutting-edge, yet occasionally sees the insights in old wives tales. Formerly the head of the global operations consulting practices for A T Kearney and later for Oliver Wyman, Bob has directed some of the world's most spectacular supply chain and marketing breakthroughs, always respecting his clients' realities while recognizing the importance of "breaking the rules" in order to achieve transformative results.