The benefit of applying continuous improvement principles to information management.
James Price and the Experience Matters team invite you to join us on Wednesday 2nd December for our next Experience Exchange event. The Experience Exchange is an opportunity for our clients to get together, to hear from an expert guest speaker, to share their experiences and to enjoy some drinks and nibbles.
Our guest presenter is Greg Pearce, Continuous Improvement Coach of Regional Supply for Treasury Wine Estates.
Greg Pearce is the Continuous Improvement Coach of Global Supply for Treasury Wine Estates (TWE). That means he is responsible for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of TWE’s global operations from the vine to the bottle. Greg is a businessman who, happily, has never had anything to do with IT.
TWE began with the establishment of Penfolds in Adelaide in the mid-1840s and is now an organisation with 11,000 hectares of vineyards, sales of 30 million cases of wine annually and revenues of about AU$1.7 billion. TWE employs more than 3,000 winemakers, viticulturists, sales, distribution and support staff across 16 countries and sells its wines in more than 70 countries around the world.
When he was the Winery Manager of McLaren Vale’s Rycroft Winery, Greg decided to train the improvement guns on the winery’s back office and particularly on the management of the organisation’s data, information and knowledge. Greg will describe his approach to running a business and he will relate his astonishing success at improving the organisation’s information management practices, driving lasting cultural and behavioural change and achieving significant tangible and measurable benefit without spending a single cent on hardware and software. Greg’s is a story well worth hearing.
Time 5pm until 6:30pm
When Wednesday 2nd December 2015
Where St Marks College Ballroom, 46 Pennington Tce, North Adelaide (main reception building)
Topic The benefit of applying continuous improvement principles to information management
RSVP Thursday 26th November 2015
For catering purposes, please reply to 0421 382 744, with your RSVP.
We hope you can join us for this fun and informative event!