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Bill McKinstry, General Manager, Kamco Products”
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Finding the NEW Productivity Path!
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
Join industrial and services firms for a unique productivity knowledge exchange!
More and more CXO’s are focusing on business performance management to achieve the key productivity gains they require.
Three-quarters of Canada’s wealth is now created in the knowledge economy, largely by SMEs, yet unlike the industrial economy, the process of improving productivity and profitability is poorly defined and almost unmeasured.
So how can an SME grow?
Join your SME executive peers and find out how they are unlocking innovation in productivity? Your peers will share their solutions to core questions such as:
- What factors impinge on productivity improvements?
- Can Canadian companies keep up with the strong U.S. improvements?
- What actions can we take to improve the quality of service delivery?
- How can better productivity help profits in a world of rising competition and cost?
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
8:00 am – noon
Ted Rogers School of Management Ryerson University
CFOs, CEOs, and executives in charge of business units are aware of the importance of this NEW productivity path:
Productivity is key: According to IDC's recent 2008 SMB study the number one business problem on the way to profitability for small and medium business is to improve the productivity within the organization.
For an SME, getting these productivity pieces right is especially critical, because in today’s lean and global business environment there is no room for error! Given the threat of a potential slow-down in the economy, and the impending pressures to retain and recruit employees, success will hinge on the ability to achieve productivity through innovation.
Finding the NEW Productivity Path is your chance to engage in dialogue with your executive peers and share working strategies on how to:
- Improve productivity
- Reduce costs through increased flexibility
- Be on top of the latest industry innovations
- Enable your business with clear-cut technology solutions
Please join us for a unique knowledge-sharing symposium, exclusively for Canadian business and industrial executives (in organizations with 100-999 employees).
- Space is Limited -
Don't miss this opportunity to profit from your peers' insights at this synergistic knowledge sharing symposium
RSVP NOW by sending your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us at (416) 629-7924.
* Please note: registration is not open to independent consultant and/or technology vendors. Attendance is contingent upon host acceptance.