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Iain Clarke

Iain Clarke
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IAIN CLARKE has over 30 years experience in operations, supply chain, and consulting, and has held a number of leadership roles in these fields. His passion is helping businesses worldwide to sustainably improve performance and the bottom line by providing appropriate solutions with a strong ROI. He has extensive experience leading global, large scale, operational transformation programs across multiple sectors, including consumer goods and petrochemicals. Iain specializes in integrated improvement methodologies ― process/technology, work practices, people, and resultant performance improvement ― and he has also performed significant work on organizational design and transformation, change management and strategy development. Iain believes strongly in the philosophy that capable, engaged employees provide a significant competitive advantage that is very difficult for competitors to replicate.
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Six Culture Toxins that Cripple Operational Excellence Efforts

After working with many organizations it has become very apparent that desired cultural change is a result of good change management and organizational design. Equally, most of us would also agree that successful change can only happen when the majority of employees rally and cooperate to effect those changes ― cultural improvement is a result of these interdependent efforts. With today’s press to modernize manufacturing ― through digitalization, data capture, and a focus on operational excellence ― every company must get the change management and culture pieces of the puzzle exactly right if they want to achieve the promise of sustainable performance improvement, competitive advantage, and financial gains.

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Iain Clarke

Iain Clarke
Author



IAIN CLARKE has over 30 years experience in operations, supply chain, and consulting, and has held a number of leadership roles in these fields. His passion is helping businesses worldwide to sustainably improve performance and the bottom line by providing appropriate solutions with a strong ROI. He has extensive experience leading global, large scale, operational transformation programs across multiple sectors, including consumer goods and petrochemicals. Iain specializes in integrated improvement methodologies ― process/technology, work practices, people, and resultant performance improvement ― and he has also performed significant work on organizational design and transformation, change management and strategy development. Iain believes strongly in the philosophy that capable, engaged employees provide a significant competitive advantage that is very difficult for competitors to replicate.
Find me on:

Recent Posts

Six Culture Toxins that Cripple Operational Excellence Efforts

After working with many organizations it has become very apparent that desired cultural change is a result of good change management and organizational design. Equally, most of us would also agree that successful change can only happen when the majority of employees rally and cooperate to effect those changes ― cultural improvement is a result of these interdependent efforts. With today’s press to modernize manufacturing ― through digitalization, data capture, and a focus on operational excellence ― every company must get the change management and culture pieces of the puzzle exactly right if they want to achieve the promise of sustainable performance improvement, competitive advantage, and financial gains.

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