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September 8, 2016 Salt Palace Convention Center Salt Lake City
Improving Operational Efficiencies through the SUCCESS Framework THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET HOSTED THE THIRD ANNUAL UTAH OPS CONFERENCE
The Governor’s Office of Management and Budget’s goal is to create more value for every tax dollar invested and our third annual Utah OPS conference was designed to support organizations in improving service, quality and cost. The conference was a must attend for public sector employees at all levels of government—state, county, local/city, and education. Private and non-profit organizations that were interested in improving performance were also encouraged to attend. Attendees gained knowledge on how to implement operational excellence fundamentals helping their organization reach its peak performance.
Any organization is comprised of multiple factors. People, policies, technology, business processes, performance measures, organization design, strategies, and goals each play a role in organizational performance. When all of these factors work in harmony toward a common goal, organizations can thrive. In contrast, when these factors are misaligned and/or lack focus, organizations underperform. Aligning all of these variables to achieve maximum system performance is the core of the SUCCESS Framework. Specifically, the framework strives to sequentially and deliberately address the critical variables within an organization to ensure they are working toward the same objectives and goals. Incorporating proven practices from both the private and public sectors, the SUCCESS Framework can help any organization achieve substantive and enduring improvements. Setting goals, targets and performance measures for your organization Using analysis and thinking tools to identify improvement opportunities Creating a clear and simple strategy for your organization to move forward Creating an organization to support innovation and success Engaging employees and customers Synchronizing projects and policies Staying focused on what matters most
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kristen cox Executive director, Governor's Office of Management and Budget GOVERNOR GARY R. HERBERT STate of utah
ROOM B Pathway to SUCCESS: Testing Concentrated Treatment Dosage to Improve Public Safety and Reduce Recidivism ROOM A TOOLS FOR SUCCESS: Tips and Resources for Achieving Big System Results
ROOM C Case Management for Case Movement: Improving System Flow and Synchronization to Improve Lives ROOM C Whose Money is it Anyway?: Safeguarding Utah’s Scarce Tax Dollars by Integrating SUCCESS and the Budget Process
ROOM E Excellence in Execution: Moving from Vision to Implementation ROOM E How to Avoid WIP-lash: Understanding and Managing your Work-in-Process (WIP) to Increase Speed and Throughput
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Yishai AShlag Senior Partner, Goldratt Consulting kristen cox Executive director, Governor's Office of Management and Budget
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Ryan Hamilton Comedian
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Steve Cuthbert Director, Operational Excellence, Governor's Office of Management and BUdget Phil Dean Budget Director and Chief Economist, Governor's Office of Management and Budget Greg Gardner Director, Operational Excellence, Governor's Office of Management and BUdget Steve Gehrke Director, Quality and process improvement, Department of Corrections Staci Ghneim Operational Consultant, Governor's Office of Management and BUdget
Ajai Kapoor Partner, Goldratt Consulting Kirk Lambert AP&P Supervisor, Department of Corrections Rick Little Director, Performance Measures, Governor's Office of Management and Budget Daniel O'Bannon Division Director, Department of Commerce Jaideep Srivastav Partner, Goldratt Consulting
Nate Talley Budget and Policy Manager, Governor's Office of Management and BUdget
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