Turning a capital project or technology transfer into successful operations requires focused execution of a structured, multi-workstream plan. The ability to define clear objectives and establish ownership in each department and workstream will propel a site to success, or else the operational goals will fall short.
The biotech industry has decades of deep experience to know what the post-startup issues will be, yet few sites leverage this industry experience to reach their targeted operational objectives in less than two years, while even fewer can sustain consistent levels of timely targeted product release.
In this session, the featured speaker will introduce and discuss how using a structured workstream approach to operational readiness will reduce costly delays, bottlenecks, and deviations to accelerate production and release to market.
Register for this webinar to learn how using a structured, staged approach will help meet operational readiness goals.
Harry Benson, Global Director, Human Performance, CAI
Serving as the Global Director Human Performance Services at CAI, Harry Benson leads a team of experienced professionals in developing and executing programs, processes, and tools with clients to standardize and improve the performance of their people. A former nuclear-trained submarine officer, he is an expert in organizational culture and structure, along with learning solutions design and delivery with over 25 years of experience in applying current methods for organizational effectiveness within highly technical environments. His methods have driven measurable improvements for a wide range of companies.Message Presenter
Who Should Attend?
This webinar will appeal to:
- General Managers or Site Heads
- Directors, VPs, or Managers of: Manufacturing, Production, Operations, Quality, Engineering, Validation
What You Will Learn
- An introduction to operational readiness
- Defining and measuring
- Vertical startup
- A structured, staged approach
- Workstream-based readiness plan
- The system owner role
- Assessing risks to sustained consistent operations
- Mapping the process to procedures and people
Since CAI was founded in 1996, we have delivered over half a billion dollars in services for hundreds of clients across thousands of projects around the world. With offices in the US, Canada, Australia, Netherlands, Korea, Switzerland, Ireland, Italy, China, India, Singapore, and Malaysia, we have built an international team of over 750 professionals providing local support from a global company. Our engineering, technical, and consulting services are fashioned purposefully to develop mission critical facilities at a high level of performance and reliability. When operational readiness and startup are critical, CAI helps deliver to a higher standard.