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Nordic Process Professionals Master the Battle Between Global Standardisation and Local Adaptation

STOCKHOLM, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

For Process Excellence, Supply Chain, Transformation and Operation managers keen to gather new ideas on improving process excellence, two whole days of inspiration awaits you.

The 6th Annual Nordic Process Enterprise and Process Excellence Forum is back for its six year to offer senior process excellence professionals the opportunity to learn and hear insights on the most pressing process performance issues facing the Nordic region.

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Event highlights include: 

  • Continuous improvement to drive customer growth with Catalent Pharma Solutions' Global Operational Excellence Leader
  • Lego's Global Director of Lean on creating one process culture - essential for project functionality and business success
  • Mastering the battle between global standardisation and local adaptation for full process impact, with experts from Volvo Group
  • Head of Global Transformation for Zurich Insurance sharing the details on their innovative customer service launch. They've combined process excellence, sophisticated data management and outstanding customer service in one project

In addition, the forum has introduced the 7 Deadly Sins roundtable discussions. This roundtable promises to address key issues and the possible solutions to today's major process excellence challenges. 

Find the full program, event details and registration information about the 6th Annual Nordic Process Enterprise and Process Excellence Forum on http://www.pexnordics.com/news, phone +44-(0)20-7036-1300 or email [email protected]

SOURCE 6th Annual Nordic Enterprise and Process Excellence Forum

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