We are very pleased that Mr. Immaneni will be speaking about what the Active Operations Management Methodology has done for TD Bank relating to improving productivity, finding latent capacity & solving the riddle of being too busy.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 01, 2012
Active Operations Management International (AOMi) announced today that SVP & Head of TD Bank Deposit Operations Aravind Immaneni will be a guest speaker at an upcoming free webinar being presented in conjunction with IQPC Process Excellence Network. This webinar will present the foundation behind the breakthrough thinking required to allow service operations, especially those within the financial, insurance and business process outsourcing verticals to recognize and utilize hidden capacity before it is sunk cost. Mr. Immaneni, whose teams within TD Bank have been using the Active Operations Management method, will discuss the reasons why the adoption of this new “brainware” has taken his operations to new levels.
Terry Woods, CEO of AOM North America stated, "We are very pleased that Mr. Immaneni will be speaking about what the Active Operations Management Methodology has done for TD Bank relating to improving productivity, finding latent capacity & solving the riddle of being too busy."
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Active Operations Management International provides organizations with a structured and consistent operations management capability that is the catalyst for achieving operational excellence.
We recognize that service operations are complex and unique, requiring a structured management approach specifically designed for their environment. Typically, service operations rely heavily on people to convert demand into successful customer outcomes. For this reason, we developed Active Operations Management for service operations, an innovative approach to operations management that ensures that excellent performance is achieved through the creation of a positive and motivational atmosphere. Following a tried-and-trusted process, the implementation of Active Operations Management drives progressive and consistent changes in the behavior of managers, who quickly become confident decision-makers. By applying these principles, professional managers achieve significant performance improvements in their operations.
With global operations in six international regions, AOMi is a world leader in the improvement of performance in service operations. Active Operations Management has been adopted in over 35 countries around the world, with over 40,000 of our clients’ employees actively managed by this approach. Our clients, which include many large organizations, recognize the value of consistent operations management. Reflecting our global expansion since our formation in 2005, AOMi was awarded the Queens Award for Enterprise in 2011.