PEX Network Launches Performance Management Week for Europe

Jul 06, 2016, 06:39 ET from PEX Network

LONDON, July 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

The PEX & Performance Management Europe has just launched the full agenda. The event boasts an impressive line up 60+ VPs, Directors and CxO speakers from leading companies such as eBay, Volvo, Google, Lego, AstraZeneca, Deutsche Bank, IKEA and Johnson & Johnson to name a few.

Shifting from process excellence theory to practice requires an acute alignment of strategy and process excellence. If you need to increase enterprise-wide performance, ensure culture and leadership adaptation or install efficient change management across your organization then this summit is for you.

The 2016 agenda is designed to empower you and your team to obtain stakeholder buy-in and add growth to your business. In each interactive session including (including roundtables, workshops, case studies, live polling and Q&As) you will get the opportunity to benchmark your strategies and learn from the leading PEX experts from across different industries.

The full event agenda is available to download here

200 delegates from over 125 companies, 18+ industries and 20+ countries will be attending PEX & Performance Management Europe on 10th  - 12th October in Amsterdam, as a platform to evaluate the latest tools and technologies developed that will address their operational excellence challenges and overall business goals.

This event is delivering tangible results from proven case studies such as how AstraZeneca's Global Supply Chain & Strategy has given the organisation greater control of key business processes and driven a more process-orientated culture and way of working across 30+ countries worldwide. Average process maturity has been increasing from 1.5 to 2.5 with some key processes now well above level 3, targeting level 4.

The Director of Business Process Management at AstraZeneca will be presenting at the conference on:

Develop a generic process maturity model to monitor individual processes and move to a more process-orientated organisation 

  • Using the model to simply explain what good process management looks like
  • A model that can be applied to any process in any function
  • Flexibility: From a quick one page self-assessment to an in-depth facilitated workshop with extended teams
  • Drive engagement and improvement, and develop process-orientated thinking and behaviours
  • Bottom-up approach: No cost and easy to implement
  • Use the model for introducing, improving and driving BPM

To find out about other speakers and quantitative case studies on show at PEX & Performance Management Europe go to .