Rail Conferences: Performance Management

Venue: Cavendish Conference Centre

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jun 22, 2004 End Date/Time: Jun 22, 2004
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Performance Management is a forward-thinking event with a clearly defined agenda: to explain, understand and share information on how to reduce the continuing delays on our railways. With a series of case studies by the infrastructure providers and train operating companies, as well as key contributions from the main governing bodies, this conference will be packed with practical insights on how to reduce delays and improve performance.
Performance Management marks the next step in delay reduction for the rail industry. As a key forum for interaction between governing bodies, TOCs, infrastructure contractors, engineers, local authorities, rail user groups and all other organisations involved in the industry, this is the one conference that specifically seeks to make performance progress. Combining top speakers and essential themes, this event is loaded with the case studies and viewpoints that you really cannot afford to miss. If you are looking to reduce delays and improve performance on the railways, then come and join the industry's best for this must-attend event.
These are the key speakers who will help you improve performance and reduce delays:
* Network Rail disclose their plans for the future of the infrastructure and reveal how they are improving performance across the network
* The Strategic Rail Authority present on their role in reducing delays and provide information on the Performance Improvement Plans
* The Office of the Rail Regulator examine how they can influence performance and look at their plans for contributing to improvements
* Rail Passengers Council put across the views of rail customers regarding performance and analyse progress made by Network Rail and TOCs
* Midland Mainline and South Central share the podium to explain how they have improved performance by mastering the details that were causing delays and impacting on their delay-reduction plans
* ScotRail and First North Western reveal how they have developed strong reciprocal links with Network Rail and how these strong relationships have achieved demonstrable improvements in overall performance
* South West Trains look at the financial angle in performance and explain how they have been focusing their investment for greater effect on delays
* MerseyRail highlight the importance of having a well-motivated workforce to ensure that improved performance is a company-wide goal


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Additional Information

Delegate rate: £499 + VAT @ 17.5% = £586.33 each Group booking discounts are available