A National Seminar on Operations Excellence
"Augmenting Competitive Edge Through Operations Excellence"
at Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management (SIOM),
on October 6-7, 2007
About TATTV '07
Tattv '07 - a National-level Seminar, is a forum for global leaders to share and discuss about their Competitive Excellence and Global Operations. It provides a platform to Top Executives in the Business to discuss on various operational issues, tools and technologies with emphasis on achieving competitive edge by means of their Global Operational Models.
"TATTV" - the elements of a system viz. Processes, People & Technology - when come together transcending their divide, they form a plethora of force of highly competitive and technological pinnacle. Corporate identity is strengthened by the extent to which a business optimizes its processes, communicates its philosophy to the people and its responsiveness to upcoming technologies. These elements of the system will come together on 6th and 7th October 2007 to celebrate "THE TRINITY OF SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS IDENTITY".
Today, manufacturers and service providers are being compelled to cater to the globalized economy with improved efficiency and effectiveness of these three elements. The corporate world is, thus, flooded with a barrage of excellence models. If communication is smooth between these three elements - processes, people and technology - and the shared ideas are innovative, corporate identity is elevated. To play a maverick, a business must have a differentiating factor - a "Competitive Edge". And it is the process of achieving this gilt edge which determines the success of a business, and is nothing else but "Operations Excellence".
Hence, the theme for this year is "Augmenting Competitive Edge Through Operations Excellence".
The seminar aims at exploring and providing insights to 3 major aspects: -
How organizations develop and implement operations excellence model to gain advantage over their competitors.
How various core and support functions of business such as HR, Marketing, Finance and IT contribute to the organizations in securing competitive position.
How three major business elements namely People, Process & Technology can be strategically and operationally interlaced to attain organization's goal.
Refer: CoolAvenues' Workshop Alert
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