LCE to Host Operational Excellence Executive Summit
Charleston, SC – April 6, 2018
Life Cycle Engineering will host its fourth Manufacturing Executive Summit with industry leaders to discuss the current challenges and risks happening in today’s manufacturing environment. This event is designed to help executives understand how to integrate the three major components of Operational Excellence – technology, people, and processes – to maximize results and get sustainable performance improvement from their investments and initiatives. Participants will learn first-hand from subject matter experts and manufacturing executives how they are identifying and managing the most dynamic risks to operational enterprises.
During this two-day event, participants will:
- Examine “big data” and the real-world application of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), and discuss real-world examples that enable you to gauge where you stand in this emerging area.
- Learn the capabilities your organization needs to address the security of “big data” and apply IIOT to create real business value.
- Understand how to transition from operational excellence to transformational continuous improvement, coupled with strategies that break down organizational resistance to change.
- Hear about the leading-edge thinking and strategies to engage the “new” workforce.
- Learn about newly developed tools that will expedite the transformation of your enterprise while managing these risks and others that threaten the continuity, profitability and success of today’s manufacturing companies.
This event offers participants a unique opportunity to interact with two high-profile experts: Ron Moore, celebrated author and world-renowned expert in reliability and operational excellence, and Bob Kelleher, best-selling author, international keynote speaker and thought leader on the subjects of employee engagement, workforce trends, and leadership.
The event will take place in Charleston, SC on October 18-19. To request an invitation to this event, please contact: Lynda Brenner