There’s no such thing as a free lunch, but breakfast with BMGI is a different story altogether. At the company’s latest Power Breakfast, 70 head honchos and business brains from the Eastern Cape and beyond enjoyed a delectable smorgasbord and valuable insights on operational strategy with no strings attached.
Held at Port Elizabeth’s Protea Marine Hotel in association with the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber, the breakfast was headed up by Neil Maslen, president of BMGI Africa. Delegates came away with a wealth of wisdom on how to improve their operational strategy. This will give them the upper hand in a business environment where most companies are struggling because they’re just not getting operational strategy right.
Developing an effective Operational Strategy
If you are based in Port Elizabeth, join us our latest power breakfast with our Senior Client Partner, Johan Oelofse. An effective operational strategy is an essential cornerstone for business success, which defines your ultimate purpose, planning and implementation.
Johan’s diverse business experience makes him adept at the technical and practical aspects of transformation in an integrated manner. He facilitates the development of strategic guidelines with corporate and divisional leaders. He then breaks business problems down into their parts or projects.
After this, Johan prepares different practitioners and multifunctional teams to apply different methods as they efficaciously solve problems, improve processes and otherwise realise targets.
Why attend? Come and find out if your organisation has a ‘vision driven’ approach to planning and why that brings structure, creativity and innovation to your company’s planning processes and a tighter focus to any improvement effort.
Who should attend? Company leaders whose job it is to lead steering committees and organisational change efforts
Date: Friday, 2 August 2013
Time: 08:30 for 09:00 – 11:30
Venue: Protea Marine Hotel, Marine Drive, Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth
RSVP on the Business Chamber Website. Tel: 041 373 1122
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