Reconfiguring Business Operations for the New Normal
Whether your team is working from home or working 6 feet apart, the adjustments we’re all making as part of the “new normal” are changing how companies are managing to still get things done across a wide variety of industries. A panel of business operations leaders share ideas on things you can be doing now to stay safe and productive today and in the long run.
- Steps managers and companies can take to minimize the new technology distractions
- How to successfully replace the hallway conversations when everyone is working remotely
- Examples of operational changes to accommodate 6-foot separation requirements
Meet the Panelists
VP and CIO, Asplundh Tree Expert Co.
As VP and CIO, Gunther is responsible for the strategy, management and operations of Asplundh’s Information Technology Department, supporting the enterprise applications and data, mobile applications, user and customer support, infrastructure, communications, and information security.
SVP of Operations, TRUCE Software
Prior to TRUCE, McKinney was a charter member of the ASP Consortium in 1999, running multiple commercial data centers and managing multiple early ASP and SaaS offerings. He helped to set up a disaster recovery center just before Hurricane Katrina and ended up helping to provide shelter, food, and clothing for over 700 people.
Operational Excellence Leader, Sloan
As Operational Excellence Leader, Thornton is responsible for the safety, quality and productivity of the Sloan assembly and packing lines. As a Lean/Continuous Improvement professional, Thornton is committed to the pursuit of operational excellence on all fronts, leveraging tools such as Kaizen, 5S, Standard Work, Value Stream Mapping, in a wide variety of manufacturing and transactional environments.