Celebrate and support Colorado's manufacturing industry with Colorado Business Roundtable and Dream It Do It Colorado (part of the National Association of Manufacturers). We are pleased to welcome special guest Lt. Governor Donna Lynne at this event.
We're hosting an Author Series featuring Alvaro E. Espinosa, co-author of Fixing What Already Works: How to Make Good Organizations Great. Learn about operational effectiveness at any level and how to make it work for your manufacturing operations or office. Registration begins at 4:00 p.m., and the speaker series begins at 4:30 p.m.
Next, we'll celebrate the Dream It Do It Colorado Partners Launch! We are pleased to welcome partners to our platform of this manufacturing workforce education program: Colorado Community College System, Manufacturer's Edge and Women in Manufacturing.
After that, please stay for a sponsored happy hour with business and industry.
There is no charge for this event, but we ask that you please register by Friday, January 20, 2017. If you must cancel, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
This is the first of many more industry-focused events Colorado Business Roundtable will be hosting in 2017. Sign up for the Dream It Do It Colorado newsletter for future invitations and manufacturing news. Sign up for the COBRT Weekly News for regular reports for many of Colorado's industries.
More about Fixing What Already Works: How to Make Good Organizations Great:
The business world continues to become more and more competitive every day. Organizations unceasingly look for ways to improve and adapt to the volatile global environment. Many tools and methodologies are well-known and available to support improvement. There are so many it can be difficult for a small to medium size business or organization to identify which are appropriate for its situation.
Fixing What Already Works is designed to share the experiences of two seasoned, successful, and award-winning business leaders to help show a path for smartly deploying these tools or their parts to improve operational effectiveness in businesses already doing well but needing or wanting to evolve to the next level. The book discusses and demonstrates how many of the most effective of these tools, philosophies, and methodologies have been used in part or in whole in the authors’ successes, but it focuses most on those impacting the organizational, environmental, and cultural aspects of the operations. These areas are often where the greatest challenges are faced in an established business.