When executed well, Shared Services is a value-added business model that will increase efficiency, reduce costs and increase competitiveness and customer satisfaction. Taking a one-size-fits-all approach to implementation will result in failure.
This panel brings together experts in the space to discuss the approaches which have proven successful and the lessons learned through their experiences.
The importance of assessing the individual needs of the organization and not following the pack
Identifying opportunities to develop efficiencies and improve experiences
What role does automation play in shared services of the future?
In order to transform their shared services model, the University Of Tasmania have drawn up a 5 year plan which will see them introduce standardization across front line services to increase savings and better customer experiences. In this session, they will share the essential starting points to this journey and the relationship to university services to drive the change.
- A five year plan: centralizing front line services to introduce efficiencies and consistencies
- The foundations for transformation of front line service provision:
breaking down silos
empowering change leaders
- Changing ways of working: lean, simplification & transformation
- Engagement strategies and change resistance
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Lee.