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[eBook] Leaders' Guide to Unified Performance Excellence (UPX)

Now more than ever, Heads of Operations need to be as proactive as possible in maintaining operational viability. Threats to the sustainment of operations are many, fast-moving, and highly variable.

Since 2020, manufacturing leaders have continued to face the existential threat of a negative feedback loop driven by simultaneous labor and productivity crises. Tenure, time-in-position, and turnover of the frontlines have worsened, with a dramatic impact on safety, quality, and productivity. Additionally, since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, manufacturers have been faced with unprecedented and rapid changes, threatening the sustainment of industrial operations. Yet, CEOs and boards expect the same level of performance and continuous improvement as delivered pre-pandemic.

Unfortunately, for 92% of industrial companies, these expectations are not based on reality. As a result, Performance Excellence is poised for a radical transformation from a policy and procedure-driven manual activity to a unified, holistic, and digitally embedded approach to operational agility, flexibility, and resiliency.

LNS Research's Unified Performance Excellence (UPX) Framework

In this eBook, explore the dynamic, new possibilities of Unified Performance Excellence (UPX), including insights into:

🔸 Positively transforming your operational performance with UPX

🔸  Critical elements to consider when evaluating solutions and platforms to digitize processes and tools

🔸 Enabling The Power of More in UPX to optimize business objectives and strategic initiatives

🔸 Best practices to build Intelligent Risk Management into your Operational Architecture

🔸 The importance of change management execution in todays rapidly changing manufacturing landscape.

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Author Name: James Wells
Date: Dec 13, 2023

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