Conference in Copenhagen

Trends to future-proof your operations

Operational Excellence Conference


Coronavirus precaution

Please sign up to show your interest in the conference. We naturally hope that the situation will normalise by 1 October, and we will be following developments closely and keep you updated in case we need to postpone the conference.

Read more about our preventive precautions here

Date

1 October

In our rapidly changing world, understanding and being able to predict and respond to potential futures is the key to successful operations of any organisation.

At the Operational Excellence Conference 2020 on 14 May, we will be discussing the latest trends that will impact your organisation’s operations. Drawing on successful business cases, we will outline the relevant factors for creating an operational setup that will stand the test of time.

Get key insights, ideas and tools to implement in your own organisation

Leading OPEX experts from international brands will guide us through the latest trends influencing operational excellence.

The focus of the day will be:
  • Transformational excellence: We will get insights into how Maersk Line transformed their operations execution to become fit for the future while also achieving substantial cost savings. The aim is to address how to ensure that large operational transformations remain future-proof.
  • Sustainability: While we are aware of the importance of sustainability, we are often challenged about how to take climate action and adopt sustainable business practices. We will provide you with possible steps and measures on how to incorporate sustainability into production.
  • Digitalisation: Preparing for the future is a digital journey that comes with the responsibility to find the right balance between new technological developments and people. We will talk about the importance of the human factor and discuss the required mix of having both people, data and AI available in future-proof operations.

Keynote speaker: Tim Harford

Best-selling author and Financial Times columnist Tim Harford will take centre stage to discuss the art of adapting to change in organisations, how the potential of new technology can be misunderstood and to predict future developments that your organisation can come to face.

As an author of several economics books, including Messy: The Power of Disorder to Transform Our Lives and The Undercover Economist, and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s More or Less, Tim tells fascinating stories of inventions, ideas and innovations that have helped create the economic world.

Coronavirus precaution

Please sign up to show your interest in the conference. We naturally hope that the situation will normalise by 1 October, and we will be following developments closely and keep you updated in case we need to postpone the conference.

Read more about our preventive precautions here

Practical information

Where

Docken
Færgehavnsvej 35
2150 Nordhavn
Copenhagen

When
1 October 2020
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Mikkel Rand Hinrichsen
Please register before

29 September 2020
14:00 (CEST)

Price

The event is free of charge.

Participants

The event is targeted at people working with operational excellence within supply chain, manufacturing and planning on management and C level.

Register for the event