Process Modeling: Reveal & Resolve Problems Before They Reach the Customer
Trish Borzon
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Presenter: Lars Maaseidvaag and Ellen Milnes

How do you “pivot” with confidence? Time is more critical than ever and risk has skyrocketed. There is little or no opportunity to run multiple iterations of pilots when you need to implement a new process. Oftentimes, even a single physical pilot is difficult. Process modeling using discrete event simulation can help you move forward with confidence. The future will continue to be unclear, but modeling can prepare you for all kinds of scenarios. By building virtual prototypes, project team members can explore innovative options which can be evaluated quickly and inexpensively. Waste, bottlenecks, and other inefficiencies can be identified in the design phase, rather than finding problems after implementation. Process parameters can be stress-tested and fine tuned before committing further resources and before ever reaching a customer. See how it works. Join us to learn how three organizations used process modeling to design safe processes to meet current operational challenges.

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