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Demand and capacity management for organisations that work in the real world.
Thursday, May 24, 2018, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM CEST.

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The challenge for most operational departments can be summarised in a few standard questions:

In this webinar, we’ll show you a better way to manage your demand and capacity to produce realistic schedules that your organisation can actually meet. Just as important, we’ll show you how to allow for changes in your plans, because changes will definitely happen.

  • What work are we being asked to do and when?

  • What resources do we have available to do it?

  • How do we decide which takes priority?

  • What do we do when things change…?

Topic: Meisterplan – demand and capacity management for organisations that work in the real world.

Date: Thursday, May 24, 2018

Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM CEST

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Your Presenters

Thomas Quandt
Thomas QuandtCustomer Success Manager, Meisterplan
Thomas learned the meaning of managing scarce resources during his time as an organizational sciences student – usually around the middle of the month when, once again, there was more month left than money. In the ensuing 10 years as a customer service representative and project manager in the financial services sector, he came to realize that not every call (for more time and capacity) produces an echo. Today, Thomas is a customer success manager responsible for advising Meisterplan customers on lean PPM.
John Morrissey
John MorrisseyPrincipal Consultant, Sandhill
John, one of the consultants at our partner Sandhill Consultants in the UK, has worked in both multinational organisations and SMEs, in public and private sector, as an employee and a contractor, in roles covering manufacturing, sales, new product development, operational and strategic marketing, finance, IT and business transformation. This has involved a lot (really, a lot) of projects, programmes and portfolios. He is a big believer in KEEPING THINGS SIMPLE and avoiding drowning in too much detail!