Marvin L. Hamiton
VP Human Resources
Attendees will experience a lively and informative exercise, as they rotate through each of the automation steps every 25 minutes during the course of the afternoon. Participants will talk through their unique challenges and walk away armed with solutions for each step.
There is no better way to sharpen your automation capabilities than by practice, repetition and exchanging ideas with peers, making these small group collaborations ideal for beginners who have more questions and want to further solidify their newfound knowledge. Advanced practitioners benefit by bench-marking across companies and refining existing skills.
1:05 PM Evaluate:Evaluate your business process to maximize the potential for automation. What can be automated and when?
Cathy Cox, Omni Channel Strategy Business Lead, SunTrust
1:30 PM Target:Target process identification by determining if your processes are adaptable for automation.
1:55 PM Design:Redesign process flows to maximize scope for automation. Automation plans should be designed keeping the business structure in mind and customized as per the process needs
2:20 PM Develop:This is the time to develop your automation plan. Analyze your processes to identify which parts don’t need automating, need automating urgently, will take time or be quick to automate.
Once company leaders have bought into automation, roadblocks can emerge in middle-management. What strategies can you leverage to enhance buy in and overcome implementation challenges on the ground?