Help in determining your company’s readiness for the new business climate
The watchwords for business today are innovation and disruption. This is because the pace of business is accelerating. In order to survive and prosper, companies must accomplish more in less time. They need to be in a State of Readiness; that is, they must be able to realize innovation and cope with disruption simultaneously.
In this session, international OPEX expert Joseph F. Paris Jr. will share key insights from his book State of Readiness.
- The State of Readiness model defined
- Relating OPEX to a State of Readiness
- Leading change in an era of accelerating business
- Executing strategy and becoming a high-performance business
What people are saying:
“Whether you’ve a C-Suite executive or an operations manager, State of Readiness is a great way to help determine if your company is ready to face the new business climate that lies ahead.” – Robert J. Szczerba, senior fellow emeritus at Lockheed Martin.
“This is next-level thinking. Joseph Paris has taken operational excellence to a new level, and leaders who are serious about competitive advantage need to do more than smart manufacturing; create a State of Readiness in your company.” – Jonathan Taurman, director of global Lean/ops excellence at GE Healthcare
About the Speaker:
Joseph F. Paris is a thought leader on the subject of operational excellence, a prolific writer and a sought-after speaker around the world. Although he is an expert in the more granular facets of the discipline, he places a special emphasis on the keystone for success: the engagement of people. Paris serves on the editorial board of The Lead Management Journal, the board of the Systems Science and Industrial Engineering Department at the Watson School of Engineering at Binghamton University, and the board of the Institute of Industrial Engineers’ Process Industries Division. He is an active member of the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering and the Association for Corporate Growth
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