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Case Study: How to lead progressive changes through project leadership

In business, capacity management, Continuous Improvement, corporate culture, culture, Enterprise Excellence, operational excellence, Quality Management System, Uncategorized, workforce by Jennifer MiraraLeave a Comment

“Big new legislative requirements mean big changes at even the most efficiently run companies. But when the company uses project leadership to incorporate those changes into its larger business strategy, the benefits go far beyond compliance.” To learn more about the benefits from project leadership, check out the case study by Integrated Project Management, click here.

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Operational Efficiency Whitepaper: Beyond Compliance

In Continuous Improvement, Enterprise Excellence, Life sciences, manufacturing, medical device, medtech, operational excellence by GenerisLeave a Comment

dMedical device manufacturers are facing increasing challenges in the development, production and commercialization of their devices. To offset rising costs, evolving regulations and increased pressure to speed time to market, manufacturers are streamlining their processes and implementing strategies that drive operational efficiency.  Dassault Systemes has generated an informative white paper to help medical device developers drive innovation and improve operational efficiency by creating processes that incorporate quality, engineering, and regulations. Download the “Beyond Compliance” whitepaper  to learn how to Connect the Dots Between Quality, Engineering, and Regulatory to Increase Innovation and Improve Operational Efficiency. To hear more from Dessault Systemes, Join the discussion at the American Medical Device Summit 2016 taking place in Chicago on Oct 5th – 6th, 2016.

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Video: Christopher Murphy’s Experience At The American Biomanufacturing Summit

In biomanufacturing, biotechnology, cGMP, Continuous Improvement, cost management, cost reduction, Enterprise Excellence, innovation, Life sciences, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, Qbd, QMS, traceability, workforce by GenerisLeave a Comment

At the American Biomanufacturing Summit last May we had the opportunity to sit down with one of our key speakers, Christopher Murphy, VP, Operations at Genzyme to hear his thoughts on participating as a speaker and on the summit as a whole. The American Biomanufacturing Summit is returning to the Hyatt Regency La Jolla in San Diego on May 10th – 11th, 2016.  To find out more about the two day summit taking place next month, visit:

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Achieving Operational Excellence in Biomanufacturing

In biomanufacturing, biotechnology, Enterprise Excellence, governance, Life sciences, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, Qbd by GenerisLeave a Comment

Operational excellence is a key area of focus at the American Biomanufacturing Summit taking place on May 10-11 in San Diego. With the event less than 8 weeks away we decided to sit down with Seth Davies and Shane Yount the Managing Director and Principal at Competitive Solutions Inc. to hear their opinions on the challenges and opportunities available to biomanufacturers implementing operational excellence programs. We asked: What are the main obstacles that hamper decision-making, internal communication, and accountability? What are some of the options biomanufacturers have when trying to overcome these obstacles? What factors play an important role in achieving operational excellence? What role does employee engagement play in developing and maintaining a sustainable governance model? How can manufacturers assess the current level of employee engagement? What are some best practices that biomanufacturers can adopt to help them achieve progressive and sustainable governance? How can adopting a Process Based Leadership model help drive operational excellence and sustainable governance? eBook, Operational Excellence Explore strategies to streamline processes and achieve operational excellence at the American Biomanufacturing Summit 2016.

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Leading Change & Developing a Framework for Enterprise Excellence

In Enterprise Excellence, manufacturing, operational excellence, Shingo by GenerisLeave a Comment

Unpredictable geopolitical events, shifting consumer demand cycles and evolving ownership models are creating an uncertain future for many manufacturers. To remain competitive, manufacturers need to develop a framework of enterprise excellence; increasing productivity, enabling flexibility and building a sustainable, high-performance team environment and culture. Many organizations, however, struggle with the successful transition to an enterprise excellence framework. To better understand the challenges involved in affecting true change and the steps that manufacturers need to take to achieve enterprise excellence we sat down with our friends at EFESO Consulting to draw on their expertise. EFESO Consulting has been active in the consulting industry for over 35 years, supporting many of the leading global brands in both mature and emerging markets. They create tangible and measurable results, generating an average ROI of 5 to 1 in the first year of engagement and maintaining a retention rate of over 90%. Read the eBook below to explore the challenges manufacturers face when transitioning to an enterprise excellence framework and understand the role that leadership plays. EFESO eBook Don’t miss the opportunity to participate in in-depth discussions and build your road-map to achieve innovation, maximize manufacturing profitability, optimize plant floor operations and establish standardization across multiple manufacturing facilities. Join the discussion at the American Manufacturing Summit 2016 taking place in Chicago on February 29th – March 1st.

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