Operational excellence – what does it mean and how do we attain it?
What does operational excellence mean and how do we apply this in a global mobility context?
In this session we will explore operational excellence from a number of different angles focussing on identifying tangible action items that can be applied to improve our organisations’ mobility programmes, even in a cost cutting environment. Our panelists will share their different experiences as an international assignee, a relocation support provider and a global mobility professional leading business transformation.
The team from KPMG’s Management Consulting division will also take us through how operational excellence can be embedded throughout organisations from a diversity and inclusion perspective – what does this look like and what does it mean for our global mobility programmes?
Jane Croker, Shell Australia Pty Ltd, Employment Tax Lead, Asia-Pacific
Jane joined Shell as an experienced hire in 2010, and in 2013 went to The Netherlands on a Short Term International Assignment (STIA). Her current role involves advising on employment and expatriate tax, global mobility, deferred compensation and executive reward; audits by fiscal authorities and M&A matters in the Asia Pacific region.
Matt Hewitson BPsych GAICD - Managing Director of SRA Co
Matt has over 15 years working in internationally in HR and business management roles. He was an original founder of Harrier Human Capital, and is now the Managing Director of Global Organisational Effectiveness firm, SRA Co. SRA Co supports businesses as they invest or operate in new and emerging markets, ensuring that people and culture risks are mitigated, and that sustainable operations are achieved.
Independently, he still works with clients to build high performing HR teams through his extensive global HR network. He has partnered with clients from Ghana to Hungary as well as Norway to Malaysia.
In his spare time, he is a Director of Community at the Swan Districts Football Club.
Donna McCrory, Principal (Western Australia), Relocation Specialists
Donna joined the Relocation Specialists group in 2002,and established the Perth office. Donna has managed relocation programs for major resource sector clients. She has personally experienced the relocation process moving within Australia, and more recently to Japan as a “trailing spouse” and will share her wealth of experience in making assignments work for all members of the family.
8th August 2019 from 08:00-10:00am
KPMG, Level 8, 235 St George’s Terrace, Perth
•Complimentary to Corporate HR.
•£75 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of £365