Energy Leaders Reveal Their Process Improvement Strategies at Energy PEX Network 2012
LONDON, August 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
For Process Excellence, Supply Chain, Transformation and Operations managers in the energy industry who are always keen to gather new ideas on improving their processes, two whole days of inspiration awaits….
If adjectives such as 'lean', 'agile', 'transformed' and 'effective' are words that you want to apply to your business processes, you are strongly advised to keep an eye on this event: Energy Process Excellence Network - the event is taking place in Houston, Texas from 6th - 8th November 2012.
PEX Network's Energy Process Excellence Network is back for its third year to offer the opportunity to learn and hear insights from the top energy industry figure-heads on the current energy industry challenges.
- Peter Stangl, BP's Global Director of Supplier Quality Management will explain how BP has spent the past 18 months building a Supplier Quality Management resource infrastructure to achieve right-first-time quality across supplier services.
- Eric Beylier, Vice President and Head of Global Supply Chain and Procurement at TETRA Technologies will reveal how to align process improvements with the wider business to improve operational efficiencies.
- Ivan Skerl, CTO and Director of Enterprise Architecture and Innovation at Baker Hughes will give insights on how over the past 36 months Baker Hughes achieved the almost impossible goal of merging their business and technology strategies to ensure impeccable delivery of enterprise objectives.
As a highlight for 2012, the Network has introduced the Energy Leaders Boardroom: an invitation-only meeting hosted by 3 Energy Corporate leaders discussing the strategic development of business process excellence.
With a mixture of workshops, case studies, Q&A and panel sessions, Energy PEX Network 2012 will provide an integrated, enterprise-wide process excellence approach to improve business agility, drive innovation and significantly reduce operational costs.
Find the full program, event details and registration information about the Energy Process Excellence Network on http://www.energypexnetwork.com/news, phone 1-800-882-8684/ +1-646-378-6026/+44(0)20-7036-1300 or email email@example.com
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SOURCE PEX Network