For Whom?

The programme 'Operational Excellence' is targeted towards: 

  • Professionals and managers with management responsibilities in operations
  • Operations managers in manufacturing or logistic companies
  • Service or quality managers
  • Business and process managers and professionals
  • Project leaders responsible for designing and implementing change projects
  • Consultants
In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like Chevron Belgium, Volvo Logistics, Nippon Shokubai Europe NV, Vlaamse Overheid, Nikon Metrology Europe NV, Gartner, Gudrun, Asco Industries, Ormit Belgium, Stork Technical Services Belgium, SWIFT, Alstom Belgium, Tybo2, Sibelga,…

This programme has been followed by Project Managers, Supply Chain Process Engineers, Internal consultants, Production Managers, Quality Managers, Purchasing experts, Commercial Directors, Senior Consultants, Packaging Managers, Business Development Managers, Supply Chain Engineers, Operations directors, Operations managers, Business & Process managers, Lean assistants, Managing partners.



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