Learn How to Realize the True Value of Process Improvement Projects in Point B’s September 26th Webinar
SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 20, 2018--At a time when most organizations are frantically trying to spin straw into gold every day by spending massive amounts of time and money on improvement efforts, 70% of those efforts fail 1. Point B, an integrated management consulting, digital studio, venture investment, and real estate development firm, will show attendees how to realize the true value of improvement efforts during the September 26 th webinar: “ Bending the Cost Curve: Don’t Leave Money From Business Improvement Projects on the Table.”
Point B Operations & Process Improvement experts Jeremy Hutton and Pat Edmonds will introduce a proven and actionable approach that helps an organization fully realize the benefits of improvement efforts and will transform how leaders think about measuring and capturing value…without requiring any new investment in technology.
This webinar is designed for anyone responsible for leading or sponsoring improvement activity, or anyone responsible for metric tracking, reporting and analysis. This webinar will be valuable whether attendees want to refine their benefits realization approach or are just beginning to track and measure improvement impacts.
To learn more and register for the event, please visit: https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/1812979/2B1AF3F0BF9557520B57C1F0556E0FAF?partnerref=rtcvx
About Point B
Point B, Inc. helps organizations form, execute, and thrive. With capabilities including Management Consulting, Digital Services, Venture Investment and Advisory, and Real Estate Development, our integrated businesses provide value to the organizations and communities we serve. Our 100% employee-owned firm was named the #1 Best Medium Best Workplace in the United States by , and is regularly honored as an exceptional place to work.
1 In 2002, D. Miller reported that 70 percent of change programs fail in “Successful change leaders: what makes them? What do they do that is different?”, Journal of Change Management, 2(4), pp 359–68. In 2005, M. Higgs and D. Rowland reported that, “Only one in four or five change programs actually succeed” in “All Changes Great and Small: Exploring Approaches to Change and its Leadership”, Journal of Change Management, 5(2), pp 121–51.
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CONTACT: Point B
Jennette Seward, 206-931-3441
KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA WASHINGTON
INDUSTRY KEYWORD: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSULTING
SOURCE: Point B
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