ICBE 10:10 Knowledge Sharing Event
10 years of experience, tips and know-how from Irish business leaders and University of Kentucky/Toyota Motors experts, condensed into 1 day – on how to stay competitive in the future.
Why You Should Attend
Restricted to a small gathering, this one day of intimate knowledge transfer will short-circuit the ‘change journey to global excellence’ learnings and present a view of the path ahead. Speakers will share their personal and company experiences on how they have grown their business and evolved professionally.
Who Should Attend
Senior management who have an ambition to be global leaders in excellence and who wish to unleash profound growth opportunities in their organisations.
9.00am to 9.10am Opening/Welcome
|9.10am to 10.00am||Return to Basics & Strategy Forward||Ken Kreafle, ex VP Toyota Motors/ University of Kentucky Executive in Residence|
|10.00am to 10.30am||Cultural Enablers – Where to next for BSC Cork||Cathal O’Reilly, Engineering Director, Boston Scientific, Cork|
|10.30am to 11.00am||Favourite/Effective Lean principles||Brian Guerin, Operations Director/General Manager Panelto Foods|
|11.00am to 11.30am||Robotics Exhibition||See YUMI ABB Robot in action/Networking/Tea & Coffee|
|11.30am to 12.00noon||Group Table Discussions|
|12.00noon to 1.00pm||People Side of True Lean||Glenn Uminger, ex VP Toyota Motors|
|1.00pm to 2.00pm||Robotics Exhibition||Networking/Lunch|
|2.00pm to 2.30pm||Group Table Discussions|
|2.30pm to 3.30pm||Summarizing Industrial Case Studies||Cheryl Jones, ex VP Toyota Motors|
|3.30pm to 4.00pm||Robotics Exhibition||See YUMI ABB Robot in action/Networking/Tea & Coffee|
|4.00pm to close||Return to Basics||Ken Kreafle, ex VP Toyota Motors/ University of Kentucky Executive in Residence|
|Date||Thursday, October 26th|
|Location||Dromoland Castle, Newmarket-on-Fergus, Co. Clare|
|Time||9am to 5pm (Registration 8.30)|
|Cost||Members €175 (Non-members €250)|
|Bookings||Contact Kate kate@icbe or phone +353 61 423622|
10 years ago, 20 Irish executives embarked on the first ICBE Best Practice Trip to the U.S. The week-long itinerary of best practice visits, which included trips to Wells Fargo, Mayo Clinic, and Toyota Motors was the catalyst for a profound impact on the development of their organisations and them as individuals.
Over the course of the October 26th 10.10 event, the original participants will reassemble to impart the insights, experience and tips that they have learnt over the course of 10 years and give their views about what Ireland should do for the next 10 years to sustain competitiveness and world-class results.
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