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How to Achieve Shared Breakthroughs by Focusing on Inconsistent Priorities

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Website https://www.onlinecompliancepanel.com/webinar/Achieving-Shared-Breakthroughs-While-Focusing-on-Incon | Edit Freely

Category achieve breakthrough results, inconsistent priorities, Shared breakthroughs, Achieving breakthroughs

Deadline: March 27, 2018 | Date: March 27, 2018

Venue/Country: Fremont, California, U.S.A

Updated: 2018-03-08 21:15:03 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Description

Why is it that the people on the other side of the fence don't get it? Whether they are from the marketing and sales department, or supply chain and production, or a customer, or purchasing, or design, or finance, or IT, or corporate, we just can't get them to see the light! (And they think they can't get us to see the light). Well, this webinar will change that attitude! ….and help eliminate the problem!

Objectives of the Presentation

Develop skills and processes to thrive with (or despite) other parts of your organization, or your customers, or suppliers, distributors, retailers, contractors, or service suppliers

Clearly see why processes, measurements and people are expected to be and act entirely different

Understand why "the other guys" don't understand us, and why we don't understand them

Capture insights on where and how to generate fantastic results without giving up on your priorities

Capture independent measures that reward normally conflicting objectives, yet support different priorities

Understand why there routinely are conflicting priorities and approaches, and understand how they can be recast as "win-win" without giving up on your responsibilities

Review actual case studies and selected examples of the challenges, approaches and successes that can be achieved

Why Should you Attend

Join this session with operations consultant Robert Sabath, who has successfully walked the tightrope between impossible-to-compromise factions, and knows how to get fantastic results. In this session, Bob will share techniques, processes, real case studies, strategies and tools that make "opposite" functions joint winners as they achieve breakthrough results. His session will be candid and practical. He will cite names, clarify real challenges, and describe real winners and losers. He will also candidly answer your challenges and questions after the session.

Areas Covered

Find out how to build shared priorities

Identify the "gut issues" of business conflicts (especially between ops and marketing and finance)

Manage conflicting priorities without creating more conflict

Receive a tested technique to balance conflicting priorities with no conflict, which can be applied to resolving any conflicts (based specifically on operations/sales conflict)

Review techniques to

Get the job done

"Wow" your customers

Build the most important supply, customer and segment relationships

Get recognition for it

Hear specifics and mini-case studies of quotable companies that have successfully done this

Understand the tools that you will need

Who will Benefit

Mid-level to senior management working in:

Corporate management

Operations

Marketing

Finance

Design

For Registration

https://www.onlinecompliancepanel.com/webinar/Achieving-Shared-Breakthroughs-While-Focusing-on-Inconsistent-Priorities-506411/MARCH-2018-ES-OURGLOCAL

Note: Use Promo Code YDEZ6H and get 10% off on registration (Valid till MARCH 31st 2018)


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