2020 has been a tumultuous year for companies from government mandates forcing emergency operational changes to new security threats and an ever increasing need to swiftly adjust front end businesses, including agility improvements in legacy SCM systems, to meet wildly fluctuating customer needs. Now near the end of the year, with perhaps a little room to breathe at least, it's time to reflect back over the past 9 months, and re-think what strategies matter most.
Security & Compliance
With operational changes forced upon companies in 2020, security policies can't keep up and malicious actors have been ramping up activity to exploit gaps. With new regulatory standards combined with emerging new security technologies and methodologies, we take a look at how compliance and cyber security strategies are changing in 2021 and beyond.
Companies across the US have already spent the time to establish remote work operations for a significant portion of employees. But how effective is it? We dive into the changes in strategies we're seeing in the market.
Finance Operation Optimization
Using cloud systems to quickly optimize finance data and workflows can improve operational workflow, and quickly gain deep insights to help make better business decisions in a timely manner. In this panel, we talked about changes we're seeing in finance platform and operations strategies.
SolarWinds Security Breach to Securing Digital Transformation
2020 has been a tumultuous year for companies from government mandates forcing emergency operational changes to new security threats and an ever-increasing need to swiftly adjust front-end businesses, including agility improvements in legacy SCM systems, to meet wildly fluctuating customer needs. Now near the end of the year, with perhaps a little room to breathe at least, it's time to reflect back over the past 9 months and re-think what strategies matter most.
Busting KPI Myths to Avoid "The Performance Trap"
Breaking Down The KPI Myths
KPIs help organizations understand if the company is headed in the right direction—and if not, where it needs to improve. But far too often, organizations fall into common traps when determining which KPIs to focus on and which to ignore. This leads to stagnation, loss of market share, and revenue shortfalls.
In this webinar, you’ll hear from a panel of veteran board members and C-suite executives on how they broke down common KPI myths and determined which KPIs really mattered.
Patrick J. Turpin
CPG Board Member and Advisor
CIO/CTO of Capital Brands/NutriBullet
CTO Digital Operations
Bob Van Dusen
Pandoblox Executive Partner
Pandoblox Executive Partner & CEO
This panel discussion includes notable C-level executives and board members from leading companies and global brands throughout several sectors.
Patrick Turpin, CPG Board Member and Advisor.
Former President and Co-Founder of Popchips.
Past Vice President of Costco Wholesale.
Pat discusses how he used new KPI metrics and adopted novel methods of assessing performance in the Consumer Packaged Goods sector.
Peter Huh, CIO/CTO at Capital Brands/NutriBullet.
Former CTO/CIO at Quest Nutrition and Vimation.
Peter comments on how he transformed Capital Brands/NutriBullet by breaking down silos to get all departments on the same page.
David Lapeze, CIO at Ziffren Brittenham.
Former CTO at United Talent Agency.
David shows us his methods of identifying the right KPIs to measure and improve business operations.
Bob Van Dusen, Former Global Head of Technology and Security at Blizzard Entertainment.
Former Head of Technology at The Honest Company.
Bob has a unique perspective on why the old ways of measuring performance no longer work and how to adopt new methods without resistance from above or below.
Panel discussion is moderated by Henry Park, Executive Partner and CEO of Pandoblox.
Henry has over 20-years experience in technology, finance, and M&A.
KPIs are critical to every organization, but in a sea of KPIs to choose from, how do you know which ones will have the greatest impact on your organization?
Selecting the right KPIs is itself a journey.
While there are always table stakes KPIs that every organization needs to track, companies need to figure out which custom KPIs harness the data needed to not only evaluate success, but to also provide insight to guide strategy and tactical decisions.
This journey begins with a deep evaluation of a company’s value streams, and ends with a set of KPIs that in turn, may need to be modified over time as new challenges and opportunities emerge.
Successful boards and executives have come to understand the importance and the dynamic nature of the most valuable KPIs at each stage of a company’s growth.