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5 March 2014

Take responsibility and improve business performance with Integrated Business Planning webinar

Business improvement specialists Oliver Wight are hosting a free webinar for senior executives of manufacturing, distribution, service and government organisations entitled ‘Drive business performance with Integrated Business Planning: It’s your responsibility’ on 26th March 2014 at 12.00pm (GMT).

“Every company tries to ensure execution is aligned to its overall strategy but poor planning and silo behaviours can cause frustration across the business and lead to sub-optimal performance,” says Oliver Wight partner, Liam Harrington. “Integrated Business Planning (IBP) can help you overcome those performance pitfalls.”

Hosted by Oliver Wight associates Liam Harrington and Andy Walker, the hour-long webinar highlights the benefits of a common sense approach that allows senior management to plan and manage the entire organisation over a 24 month horizon or more, resulting in quantifiable improvements to business performance.

After the webinar, delegates will:

  • Understand what Integrated Business Planning is and how it can enable strategy execution and business alignment;
  • Identify the critical success factors that must be in place for more holistic management; 
  • Recognise who needs to be involved to successfully execute against a common plan.

“Integrated Business Planning is a real asset in the current business environment; it will allow you to align the strategic and tactical plans each month, and allocate critical resources - people, equipment, inventory, materials, time and money - to satisfy customers in the most profitable way,” explains Walker.

To register for free, visit the site here. After registration, if you cannot attend the webinar, it will be available to download on demand. For more information on Oliver Wight please contact Zoe Davis on +44 (0) 1452 397209 or email zoe.davis@oliverwight-eame.com.


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