Leading business transformation consultants, Oliver Wight, are hosting an exclusive event for senior executives on ‘achieving business transformation with Integrated Business Planning (IBP)’. The event, the latest in the Oliver Wight Thought Leadership seminar series, will be held at the Radisson Blu Edwardian, London Heathrow on 1st March 2016.
During this one day event, Oliver Wight consultants Les Brookes and Paul Archer will demonstrate how to successfully implement Integrated Business Planning for proven transformational benefits. For example, many companies report growth in revenue of over 30% and an improvement in gross margin of 25% or more.
“Research suggests that nine out of ten IBP implementations are not delivering the value they should,” reveals Oliver Wight partner Stewart Kelly. “In order to do this successfully businesses need to be looking to plan over the 24-36 month horizon, which many are not.”
IBP is a common sense process for aligning the company plans on a month-month basis. In addition to providing substantial bottom-line benefits, the IBP process ensures early focus on any potential gaps in business performance – it allows business leaders to predict and respond positively to changing conditions, in plenty of time.
Senior Executives will be given the opportunity to see first hand what IBP can deliver for businesses, what the process involves and what it takes to get the sustainable results needed. Through market insights and case study examples, the Oliver Wight consultants will be sharing an in-depth look into the forward-thinking process and with interactive sessions will share the latest skills and knowledge required for future planning and business health and maturity to complete business transformation for 2016 and beyond.
The seminar is free of charge and begins at 9:00am, concluding at 4:00pm. To register, please visit our website or contact Zowie Newman on email@example.com or +44 (0)1452 397200.
Oliver Wight has worked with some of the world’s best known organisations to achieve sustainable growth, companies such as; Wrigley, BP, Heinz, Nestle, Revlon, adidas Pfizer and 3M.