About CPI summit
The 2nd Annual SigmaStrat Corporate Performance Improvement Summit (CPI 2013, 10th & 15th October 2013) seeks to provide the business community with powerful insights to boost leadership and improve performance by tackling people, processes and technology. The conference will entail Keynotes, Workshops, Networking and interactions designed to challenge our perspectives on continuous performance improvement in business. Whether it be shattering our beliefs regarding performance appraisals, understanding how to improve the systems of our organizations or learning how to manage guerrilla business techniques, you will find the answers at this event.
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We have developed the Summit to offer an intimate and interactive atmosphere where you can meet, interact with, and talk one-on-one to prospective clients and industry practitioners about your product and service offerings.
The Summit will bring together leading heads of business performance, change management, operational excellence, continuous improvement, six sigma and quality, and different perspectives from a variety of public and private sector performance improvement case studies. More than 40 organizations are expected to participate in this year’s event. The corporate and global setting will be well represented by the wide variety of business sectors in which our participants work.
It is a fact that, companies and individuals armed with the appropriate information will have a clear advantage over competition.
With over a 200 participants converging from the business world and from all over the nation, the summit is billed to equip participants with information, knowledge and resources needed to learn more about Corporate Continuous Performance Improvement. The Summit promises to be a Grande event.
At last year’s event a Foundation to Impact Revitalise and Expand (F.I.R.E) the frontiers of corporate performance was lit. Over the year, we saw participants keeping it ablaze. This year we promise to create the stage for a more intense flame.
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Who Should Attend
No matter where on the Performance Improvement & Change management table you sit, there is something for you at this conference.
Profiles of participants at the 2012 edition of CPI included:
· Managing Directors
· Chief Information Officers
· Call Centre Managers
· HR Managers
· Business Improvement Managers
· Deputy Directors
· Heads of Institutions
· Training Coordinators
· HR Directors
· Performance Improvement Advisors
· Heads of Process Excellence
Participants were from MMDAs, Business Process Outsourcing companies, Process Improvement companies, Mining companies, Oil and Gas companies, Private consultancies, Building and Construction companies, Educational Institutions among others. This is a great opportunity to network, share experiences and go back will value for your time.
Cookie Fortune Story
Dear Change Agent,
Many conferences have come and gone. Some even promie to give you the world on a silver platter only to be disappointed to find nothing but PowerPoint presentations, theory and no new perspectives.”
I will be blunt and tell you what we are NOT going to have:
- • No buzzwords and jargon – Putting two buzzwords together does not make it a new idea.
- • No panels where people say “I don’t mean to repeat everything the first speaker said” and then do anyway.
- • No “best practices” from people whose only expertise is that they tried it a few months before you did.
- • Not to say a session is going to be interactive and then proceed to never ask a question or engage the audience.
- • Not to try to solve all of your problems or provide you with strategies from 30,000 feet.
So now that you know what we won’t do, you are probably wondering what we will do!
We guarantee that you will be provided with: new ideas with hands-on application, tailored to your specific issues from engaging experts who have gone through the mill, experienced and practiced what they say and can actually teach. As a ‘team development and performance improvement people’ we are passionate and obsessed over every detail of the experience. You bring an open heart and an open mind and we will take care of the rest.
Like one of our distinguished speakers at last year’s event, S.C. Puri said, “Conventions are the most effective way to learn business trends that help achieve business success”. I believe that there is no better way to learn than through interactive exercises, how-to discussions and interaction among your peers. That’s where we discover new opportunities and uncover different ways to think about how we operate.
The only thing holding us back from radically improving our performance is our beliefs about our work and our organizations. Once we have the ability to change those beliefs, a whole different world of opportunities becomes available.
Sliding to the next page…
In today’s ‘tablet’ parlance we adopt ‘sliding’ to the next page rather than flipping. Whenever times get tough, we tend to play the same old tunes: cutting travel, cutting the annual office parties, cutting fleet cars, cutting bonuses, using pencils instead of pens etc. You know the drill.
But why are we focusing on cutting costs in areas that have little consequence to our core operations and mission? On the other hand, why would we have to through money at every little problem we observe? Because we can’t see our systems of work.
And because we can’t see our systems, it’s even harder to measure, manage and improve them.
This event is all about challenging our perspectives on performance improvement in business. Whether it be shattering our beliefs regarding performance appraisals, understanding how to improve the systems of our organizations or learning how to manage guerrilla business techniques, you will find the answers at this event.
By interacting with our careful selection of experienced and excelling facilitators, thought leaders and business executives, we will provide you with an experience that is not only enlightening, but fun and enjoyable. Our number one goal is to help you succeed along your performance improvement journey.
At last year’s event a Foundation to Impact Revitalize and Expand the frontiers of Corporate performance was lit. Over the year, we saw participants keeping in ablaze. This year we promise to create the stage for a more intense flame.
CPI 2013… pushing the bar…delivering excellence!!
Welcome to the experience! We look forward to working with you on 10th October, 2013 in Accra-Ghana or 15th October 2013 in Nairobi-Kenya.
Among many individual participants at last year’s events, major organisations that were also represented include:
e-Services Africa Ltd
Goldfields Ghana Ltd
Cirrus Oil Ghana Ltd
Tullow Ghana Ltd
Mutual Health Insurance Scheme
Kossel Ghana Ltd
Consolidated Shipping agencies
Techcom visions Ltd
Ministry of Trade and Industry
Ministry of Defense
Holy Child College of Education
Architectural & Engineering Services Ltd
Bank of Africa
Techcom Visions Ltd
MelTyd Ghana Ltd
This year, we look to have participants from a wider cross-section of industry to further consolidate continuous performance improvement in the African corporate setting.
When old processes demonstrate their limits…
When there is resistance to change…
When traditional management styles no longer work…
Come and learn what others don’t know yet…