Chief Transformation Officer Roundtable

Best Approaches to Combining Lean and Automation and Delivering Results

December 2023 | Shangri-La The Shard, London | #ChiefTransformation

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Automation is not only compatible with lean methodology, but necessary to compete in the modern landscape. Enterprises have proven how automation and lean practices go hand in hand. Finding the synergy is doable with the right skills, approach and commitment.

Automation serves as a tool to solve lean challenges, whether that is manufacturing, supply chain etc. but requires a clear strategy in place or it runs the risk of inadvertently overcomplicating processes when the intention is the opposite. This roundtable will kick off with a set of panellists discussing their own experiences building from a lean framework footing and delivering clear results when automating, then followed by a 45 minutes roundtable discussion among the participants.

This Chief Transformation Officer Roundtable has a limited seating of 15, and is suitable for Chief Transformation/ Digital/ Information/ Technology/ Sustainability and Financial Officers to attend.

This CXO roundtable is available to be customised and sponsored in H2 2023. Please contact for more information

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Speakers Attending

The Roundtable

The CXO roundtable is an exclusive and prestigious gathering of top-level executives representing a diverse range of industries and sectors. 

It serves as a platform for industry leaders to explore innovative approaches to common challenges, exchange ideas on how to navigate the rapidly changing business landscape, and fostering potential future collaboration.

These in-person discussions usually last between 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours and will take place in upscale dining venues around the world, offering an environment conducive to open and confidential discussions. Attendees may include C-suite executives, VPs and Division Heads who hold significant decision-making power within their organisations. The size of the roundtable can vary, but it is typically limited to a small group of 8 to 15 participants to ensure meaningful interactions and focused conversations.

The Roundtable can take place both in person and virtually, targeting decision makers from Europe and APAC regions.

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