03 - 04 September, 2019
The Nile Ritz-Carlton, Cairo, Egypt
Peter Sexton, Executive – Global Operations Finance at GE MENAT & SSA

Peter Sexton


Executive – Global Operations Finance
GE MENAT & SSA

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Conference Day One: Tuesday, 3 September 2019

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019


12:10 PM INTERNATIONAL VS. REGIONAL PANEL DISCUSSION: From Idea, Implementation To Optimization: Critical Success Factors To Consider On Your Shared Service Journey To Achieve Business Excellence

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to shared services. By investing the necessary time upfront in developing an effective strategy, and deployment plan, companies can avoid costly problems and ensure their transformation delivers the greatest possible business value.

Senior leadership will discuss:
  • Which service model is right for your organisation?
  • Key attributes of a successful shared service strategy
  • Ensuring strategy and implementation align with the companies goals

Panellists:

Conference Day Two: Wednesday, 4 September 2019

Wednesday, September 4th, 2019


2:25 PM INTERNATIONAL & REGIONAL PANEL DISCUSSION: Measuring The Success Of Your Shared Service Model

A number of organisations find themselves challenging the effectiveness of their existing Shared Service model; questioning whether it could be more effective and if it’s still fit for purpose and delivering value as planned.

Modern Shared Services are no longer seen as being based on the lowest transactional cost. So, how do you adopt the most state-of-art performance measurement tools to ensure your Shared Services’ performance gets measured effectively?

This exclusive session will demonstrate an effective framework to measure the success of your shared service model.

Senior leadership will discuss:
  • Why measuring shared service effectiveness is crucial to ensure increased value and stakeholder buy
  • Highlighting effective performance management and reporting frameworks
  • Key performance indicators you must consider

Panelists: