Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Pex Clb Final 2013


Published on

Process Excellence Network

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Pex Clb Final 2013

  1. 1. CORPORATE LEADERSBOARDROOMEngage with senior-level peers to discuss C-Suite processstrategy and business transformation for 2013Part of PEX Networks’Process Excellence Week 201323rd January 2013Hilton Orlando Bonnet CreekOrlando FL Presented
  2. 2. What is PEX CorporateLeaders Boardroom 2013? CORPORATE LEADERSRunning alongside our main PEXWeek event, PEX Corporate Leaders BOARDROOMBoardroom is an exclusive, invitation With C-Suites globally clamoring for valuable and sustainable change,only boardroom discussion available it is the right and responsibility of our PEX Corporate Leaders to deliveronly to the most senior process their insight into how to achieve this successfully.practitioners. Recent economic turmoil has increased the need to be more responsivePEX Corporate Leaders Boardroom to customer demands, to deliver highly innovative operational process,provides invaluable opportunity to and to drive focus and resilience into the core of your organization.engage with strategic level peers acrossindustry and formulate the forward PEX Corporate Leaders Boardroom tackles the issues that matter mostvision for your organisation in your to guarantee that your process strategy for 2013 delivers tangiblejourney to achieving process excellence. competitive advantage, real time insight into what happens on the ‘shop floor’ and sustained performance improvement.This private, no-holds barred forum willtap in to the issues that matter most Because the level of seniority in the room is so high, the agenda slightlyto C-Suite and key stakeholders, and different to what you may have previously seen from PEX Network.develop your personal skills as a leader Rather than scheduled sessions, this forum will run like a boardroomas well as focussing on the operational meeting, and the agenda identifies the points for discussion – enablingchallenges of process excellence. you to tailor the focus and develop holistic and thematic exchange.The discussion topics and Who has previously attended?facilitators are: Advanced Micro Devices Director Lean Six Sigma1. The Evolving Role of Quality and Anderson Packaging Inc. Vice President Continuous Improvement Aon Benfield Vice President Operational Excellence• Scrap the Rule book and help redefine ASSA Compañía de Seguros, S.A VP Operations Quality for the 21st century– what are AT&T Assistant Vice President, Six Sigma & QMS your customers looking for? Best Buy Inc. Enterprise Capability LSS BB Senior Director• How can you diversify your offering Capital One SVP/Sr. Director, Fraud & Dispute Operations by thinking beyond the competition Capital One Bank Vice President - Bank Consumer Service and Sales using process i provement in the m Citigroup Business Analysis Group Manager development of genuinely unique comScore Inc VP Operations customer value Corven, Inc. Vice President/Consultant• What are the real secrets to a successful Continuous Improvement program? Credit Suisse Managing Director Diageo North America Global Service Management and Process Improvement Director2. Leadership Engagement – How to Frito Lay Lean Six Sigma Group Director - FLNA Ensure Excellence from the Top Down Handy & Harman Vice President Operational Excellence• Discover the value of an engaged HMS VP Process Engineering & Quality leadership team driving initiatives from ING Americas Head Of Strategic Planning, Lean Six Sigma, PMO the heart of the business Johnson & Johnson Director, Strategic Business Improvement• How you can harness the untapped Johnson Controls Group Vice President Global Business Process Improvement power of your personnel? What do they JP Morgan Chase & Co. Vice President look for in you?• Overcome the challenges of leadership McGraw Hill Corporate BPM Leader in times of change Mckesson Vice President Process Redesign ModusLink Global Solutions Vp, Global Continuous Improvement3. Change Management – Adapt Quickly, Morningstar U.S.A. Chief Quality Officer and Make the Change Last Motorola Business Process Lead• Successful change – how and when do PepsiCo Director, Operations and LSS Champion you measure your performance? Pfizer Director, Business Process Excellence• Explore the key attributes of successful PolyOne Corporation Senior Vice President change management and examine how Prudential Vice President, Process Excellence that could work in your organization Regal Beloit VP, Critical Business Processes• Navigate the challenges presented by impatient customers and a constantly Rock Tenn Company Vice President Six Sigma evolving business landscape Stanley Black & Decker Global Transformation Manager Staples Inc. Vice President, Business Processes4. Strategic Alignment – The Five Finger SunTrust Banks Vice President, Enterprise Execution Services Trick TE Connectivity Vice President, Global Operations• Can you count on five fingers your Tenaris Director companies objectives for 2013? If not, The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. SVP Business Process Management why not? Learn how to keep it simple! The Standard Vice President, Customer Service• Realise the benefits of this Five Finger Thomson Reuters SVP, Centre for Performance Improvement trick when aligning process, people and USAA Vice President, Office of Enterprise Transformation projects to corporate strategy• Engage your C-Suite and deliver to their needs to gain essential stakeholder buy in