The Journey to Enterprise Excellence Conference 2 will take place on 27th April 2018 at the University of Limerick.

The conference will introduce organisational approaches to enterprise excellence in a multitude of service and industry related organisations. Unlike standard conferences of this nature that outline organisation improvement initiatives, the JEEC conference will introduce applications from on the ground practitioners. By outlining the strategies and structures for excellence the speakers will introduce real life examples of the tools in use, the strengths and weakness and more importantly the results achieved from these applications. Stryker, SES, Cook Medical, Zimmerbiomet, Abbott Diagnostics, Johnson &Johnson Vision are some of the organisations that will share their applications on the day.

This is an unmissable event for any organisation involved in continuous improvement.

In this Master Class in Strategies & Structures for Enterprise Excellence, you will hear from leading organisations on how they are preparing for excellence.

A self- assessment A3 will also be presented to help organisations prepare for excellence. So if you are thinking about starting or are in the middle of your Journey to Enterprise Excellence this is the one conference you will not want to miss in 2018.

Registration for the conference is open.

Agenda

08.00 – 08.30 Welcome Breakfast, Registration & Networking

08.30 – 08.50 Opening Address – Sean Moore, University of Limerick

08.50 – 09.10 Sean Kelly – Abott Diagnostics

09.10 – 09.30 Mike Brown – Shannon Engine Support

09.30 – 09.50 Ger Grace -Zimmer Biomet

09.50 -10.10 Teresa Prendergast -Cook Medical

10.10- 10.30 Eilish Henry – SISU

10.30 -11.00 Coffee & Networking

11.00- 11.20 Mike Ryan- Johnson & Johnson Vision

11.20 -11.40 Kieran Fitzgerald – Stryker

11.40 -12.00 Senan O’Riain- IDA

12.00-12.20 Richard Keegan- Enterprise Ireland

12.20 -12.40 Johnny Lacy- IRFU

12.40 -13.30 Panel discussion

Buffet Lunch

Source: University of Limerick

 

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