Excellence in Digital Transformation
Wednesday, April 27, 2022
"Digital transformation is about BEING digital versus just DOING digital." - Therese Costich
Disruption impacts every industry globally. In today's world of digital disruption, it is not enough for organizations to merely be ‘up-to-date’, they need to be ahead of the curve and embrace the future before it even comes. Forward thinking, risk-taking, staying on the offense of decision making, and being resilient to always think bigger of what is possible will be the organizations who are leaders in their global industries. How an organization manages the ever-changing world of digital evolution while providing the highest quality services and products through continuous improvement will ultimately shape and determine its future.
This session will review the necessary components of people, process, and technology, and how their interactions create greater efficiencies and are critical to an organization’s future. We will learn how to incorporate them into strategic and tactical plans while being fluent with continuous improvement.
About the speaker
Therese Costich is President and Managing Partner of The Costich Group. She has 25+ years experience in Digital Transformation, Lean Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement working for companies including General Electric, Ford Motor, DuPont, Dominion Energies, L3-Harris Corporation, Lenovo, Merck Pharmaceuticals, Bausch & Lomb, Salient Management Company and Syracuse University
Therese uses her expertise in operational excellence, business analytics and digital transformation to guide organizations to be leaders in their industry while sustaining continuous improvement and transforming their businesses to world class. She is the author of Excelling on a Digital Transformation Journey - A Field Guide That Will Help You Define Your Success and co-author and project manager of The Black Belt Memory Jogger - A Pocket Guide for Six Sigma Success, First Edition
Therese has a BS in Microelectronic Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology and an MBA in Finance and International Business from the University of Rochester, Simon School of Business
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Phone – 585-314-1579
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Date/Time: Wednesday, April 27, 12:00-1:00 pm
Location: On-line (Zoom)
Cost: Free to GRQC Members and Non-Members
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