Welcome to PEX WEEK 2014!
Every year the world’s decision makers and doers in process excellence meet in Orlando to collaborate on the direction of the industry, share best practice, and discover new concepts for business success. 2014 is our 15th year of bringing the industry together, and the event theme will be: Next Generation Process Excellence.
- Where are the new juicy hot spots for process excellence? The new markets, new functions, new tools and new strategies?
- How can process integrate with other next generation trends in data, communications, product & service development?
- What are the best ways to capitalise on all the established learnings & experience and apply that in new, fresh areas?
The PEX Week 2014 program is now ready and it has been designed to address your business needs and opportunities.
Go straight ahead and book your places today, we’re looking forward to confirming your place
What others have to say
"Focusing on value, leadership, and culture was incredibly valuable this year." – Ashly Mason, Process Excellence Director, Moffitt Cancer Center
"Good first exposure for me, gave me a lot to think about & contemplate on how to apply to my job. Interesting tools, good contacts." – James Newsome, Tropicana
"Overall, it's a well executed event. Impressed by the creative ways to connect vendors and attendees." – Gary Jing, MBB, TE Connectivity
"Many takeaways from the event, enjoyed everything." – Drew Tyler, Business Excellence Manager, Zeus Inc
"This was my first PEX Week and I found it a great opportunity to meet other people with the same challenges and to understand how others are addressing them. The theme of focusing on the customer experience was on point for my role in my organization, as I am looking for process improvements across the organization that will enhance our customer experience and have recently been trained in six sigma. So, putting those 2 things together in a single conference was a perfect fit for me." – Jill Wolfe, MTS Allstream Inc
"Content was excellent and directly on target for current challenges and focus areas. Also liked the fact that ample time was allowed to discuss new developments with vendors." – Theresa Simpson, CI Manager, Air Products and Chemicals
"Having the opportunity to attend educational workshops that applied to real issues and the ability to network with others identifying the same issues." – Ted Boggs, Global Operational Excellence Manager, Syniverse
"Very Valuable. I learned a lot from colleagues." – John Pope, Director, Pediatric Services, Scottsdale Healthcare
"very valuable in hearing and sharing thoughts with peers." – Sam Garfield, VP - Enterprise PMO, Discovery
"Extremely valuable from the standpoint of networking and knowledge sharing." – Anthony Scrima, Integrated Project Management, Business Development Executive
"Found the IBM Corporate Boardroom helpful in tackling major issues." – Nabil Mohideen, Director Process Excellence, Royal Bank of Canada
"Very valuable in understand trends in the industry and thought leadership on process improvements." – Eric Franklin, Repair Quality Manager, Motorola Mobility
"All of the Keynotes were great…Very helpful, I will be back." – Brian Green, Director of Lean Operations, Aon
"Extremely valuable - thank you." – Tammie Knuff, Business Process Manager, ADP Dealer Services
"Excellent group, I thoroughly enjoyed the speakers." – Earl Hunter, Black Belt, CSX Transportation
"My first time - this event was amazing! Great content, excellent speakers, useful amount of time for networking." – Julie Scanio, Global Business Advisor, IBM
"Tremendous! Really appreciate the opportunity to learn, share and network." – Darren Glover, Director, WellPoint
"Great mix of topics with some excellent and thought provoking key-note speakers." – Andy Le Grange, Principal Consultant, ProExc Solutions
"In addition to the speakers, I learned a ton from my peers. The structure of the meeting, with plenty of networking time, was very valuable." – Ana Cristina Lapera, Director - Process Improvement Strategy, Fannie Mae
"I found the week very valuable! As someone relatively new to the world of process excellence I enjoyed a number of the speakers and sessions. I can't wait for next year!" – Heather Pinto, Process Excellence Manager, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
"As usual I got some really great nuggets of wisdom from various presentations." – Chris McGill, Six Sigma Master Blackbelt, Cintas
"My very first PEX event and I gained a ton, specifically from IBM's CLB." – Donna Dunn, VP, Process Excellence, Prudential
"The wide range of industries and different methodologies (LSS, SS, BPM, CI, Lean, etc) made the experience more relevant than having it focus in on one particular methodology in general. I was able to hear from a variety sources and take away enough information that I felt was valuable in my organization. There was definitely a large presence of rigorous methodologies, but I was pleasantly surprised at the amount of companies representing a blended approach." – Becky Bills, Continuous Improvement Manager, General Mills
"Excellent! Re-energized me for process and to continue the battle to bring process focus within my company." – Betty Caton, Director, Process Analysis
"Extremely good -- an opportunity to network and see/hear what others are doing." – Charles Farina, Manager, Business Process Improvement, Essroc Cement Corp.
"This is my first PEX week & I think overall I would say it was beneficial & gave me insight to future sessions." – Karen Elkin, Continuous Improvement Manager, General Mills, Inc
"Extremely valuable. A lot of key takeaways and networks developed to share best practices." – Sonny Dua, Manager - HR Process Excellence, Coca-Cola