In today’s changing environment it’s critical that service companies have the right project management tools, ERP foundation, integrated workforce, project insights and the right mobility to thrive in the digital era. However, the unfortunate reality is that most service companies feel they have too many tools used by too many disparate staff in too many silos and not enough connection to their workers with the tools they need to perform in today’s ever more tech heavy and complex service cloud based, connected workers.
In this interactive discussion, facilitated by Avanade and Microsoft, you’ll have the opportunity to provide input and hear from industry experts about how service companies are meeting this challenge head on by using the right integrated tools to remove silos, share information and connect to and motivate workers in creative ways.
Topics of discussion will include:
- Learn about the MS Project Operations Solution
- What are the tools you are using for project management and what they do and not do
- Where are the silos of data and how do I get them out of the silo to report real time
- User adoption and change management of new tools
- Why ERP is the foundation of the project management tool
- How Project Management integrates to your ERP
This event is part of a special “Café Series,” which, in addition to delivering an engaging discussion on hard-hitting topics, also provides a complementary metal coffee tumbler, artesian coffee and virtual entertainment.
The Professional Services Café Series is tailored to senior leaders responsible for information technology, finance, operations, business processes, and the like.
Job titles include but are not limited to: CIO, CFO, COO, VPs, Heads Directors of Consulting, PMO, Business Processes, Business Applications, etc.
Attendance is by invitation only and is of course, complimentary for those invited.
Adapting Your Workforce to the Digital Era
Now more than ever, finding the right workforce with the relevant skill sets to thrive in the digital era is fundamental. Unfortunately, however, business leaders in the manufacturing sector feel their teams do not have the knowledge needed to outperform in today’s tech-heavy and complex manufacturing environment.
Although this was visible prior to the pandemic, the problem has now worsened as manufacturers have been forced to rapidly increase their adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies.
- How are manufacturers currently hiring, retaining, training and upskilling their workforce?
- What are the best ways of identifying and attracting top talent?
- How can companies establish a culture of innovation, creativity and learning?
- How can decision-makers manage the challenges of an ageing manufacturing workforce?