Oliver Wight expands, introducing Integrated Business Planning to Perth

Oliver Wight expands, introducing Integrated Business Planning to Perth

Business consultant firm (and MHD magazine contributor) Oliver Wight is launching its services into Perth, Western Australia. Already established in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney, the expansion will begin with an ‘Introduction to Integrated Business Planning’ workshop on 23 March, offering companies the first stepping-stone to understanding the huge benefits IBP can bring to their business.

“We are very excited to launch into Perth and transfer our knowledge to businesses looking to improve their performance,” said Stuart Harman, partner at Oliver Wight. “2016 was a busy year for the company across Australia and in our other regions, including Shanghai and Singapore, and Perth is an area into which we have wanted to develop – this year is the perfect time to do just that.”

The one-day workshop is aimed at different industries looking to introduce a planning process to equip them with the ability to prepare for the future, by aligning business strategy over a 24-36-month horizon. Attendees can find out how IBP works. It is a proven, sustainable approach, which will be presented through real-life case studies within food and beverage, pharmaceutical, FMCG, retail, service, manufacturing, government and science.

During the session, Oliver Wight will guide delegates through the process, providing a learning experience to help individuals start their journey for change. This includes a discussion on the key roles of the IBP process and why people play such a crucial part in creating the right environment for change.

To find out more about the workshop visit here.

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