Bruce GuenterDirector Logistics and Distribution
2:15 PM Panel: Planning and Executing Change Management Practices- Avoiding the “Lost in Translation” Effect
Panel: Planning and Executing Change Management Practices- Avoiding the “Lost in Translation” Effect
Many companies like AbbVie depend on their supply chain managers to qualify the lane and mange internal collaboration between IT, Finance, Logistics, Quality and Packaging to ensure synergy and overall goals are clear. What are the best ways to manager internal collaboration and align staff to change their mentalities and align them to the companies overall strategy.
· Launch life science product enhancements and adapting to engineering changes
· Provide engineering change management for improving handoff from new product development to commercial product support in order to develop change management functions
Engage in enterprise-wide response to change through effective management of product, responses to changing market conditions and increased rates of product innovation