ASCI Webinar: Collaborative Workflow | 1 CPD

  • 19 May 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Webinar via Zoom

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Boost predictability of outcomes using collaborative workflow

Todays work environment looks a lot different than it used to.  There is more complexity, constant change, working from home, dispersed teams, blurred organisational borders, and need for faster and more flexible output. 

Islands of people, work and information make collaboration a challenge. 

Transaction based business systems may process your purchase orders and update your finance system efficiently but 60 percent of work today is “unstructured”, dominated by fluid, reactive, and ad hoc activities that employees manage independently.  

How you get visibility on what’s really happening in your projects and initiatives, marketing campaigns, product development, quoting and approval processes can not only make or break your business, but the lack thereof can be costly.  Employees, on average, spend 36 percent of their day looking for and consolidating information. But 44 percent of the time, they can't find the information.  On the average wage of a worker, time and money is being wasted.

In this webinar, you will learn how collaborative work management (CWM) with workflow automation systems can be used to empower teams and roles across and within organisations in the supply chain.  Cost effective and relatively fast to implement, CWM supports dynamic information sharing, planning, executing, and reporting on work, to support transparency, agility, efficiencies, and predictive decision making in business.

    Expert Presenter


    Ian Jones BSc GDE (expert systems) CPIM, Dip Business Operations Mgt, CHPC ACC (ICF) PMP MBA is an experienced supply chain professional who has worked in Europe, Asia Pacific and the Americas.  As an executive with Carter Holt Harvey he helped found the Supply Chain Council for International Paper, one of the world's leading paper and timber producers.  He has led supply chain network optimisation and improvement initiatives with a number of major companies in Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere.  He currently manages eurekaMINDSPACE which supports clients improve decision making, transparency and workflow through implementation of collaborative work management processes and systems.

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