WCBFs 2nd Annual Six Sigma for Financial Services

Venue: The Westin New York at Times Square

Location: New York, New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 21, 2005 End Date/Time: Jun 23, 2005
Registration Date: Jun 21, 2005
Early Registration Date: May 13, 2005
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Following on from WCBF’s successful 2004 Six Sigma for Financial Services conference, WCBF invites you to join the largest senior-level Six Sigma in Financial Services conference in New York on June 22-23 (Plus six pre-conference workshops on June 21). Discover the reality of what does and doesn’t work for Six Sigma in Finance.

Incorporating feedback from the 2004 event, WCBF’s 2nd Annual Financial Services conference guarantees to address the more mature deployment challenges in a beneficial networking environment.

The speaker panel provides the perfect balance of case study examples and deployment expertise to answer your most diverse training needs. Above all, the conference aims to be extensively interactive and participative as well as informative.

Hear from Leading Financial Services Providers and Pioneers of Six Sigma, including:

• Guillermo Kopp, Vice President, Financial Strategies and IT Investments, TOWERGROUP
• Raj Shroff, Vice President, Engineering & Planning, CITICARDS
• Joe McCartin, Chief Information Officer, NATIONAL CITY CORPORATION
• Joseph P. Linnehan, MBB, Deployment Director, THE VANGUARD GROUP
• Robert Shekell, SVP, Executive Director Global Services, ZC STERLING CORPORATION
• Dion Dunn, Vice President, Quality Management Officer, Six Sigma, NATIONAL CITY CORPORATION
and many more…

Listen to key presentations that aim to help you understand how to advance and maximize the value of Six Sigma and other Business Process Excellence models to meet your specific organization’s needs. Gain insight into practical user experiences of Six Sigma deployment and hear key presentations on:

• Business Process Improvement Trends in Financial Services
• Leadership Development and Six Sigma Talent Development
• Applying the Kano Model for Developing an Objective Based Performance Measurement and Incentive Plan
• Practical Applications of Experimental Design in a Transaction Based Environment
• Targeting and Improving your most Critical Core Processes

Plus! 90 minutes dedicated to SOFTWARE & TECHNOLOGY - Ask a leading Banking CIO questions about how to overcome resistance, build consensus for change, design a Six Sigma process to drive breakthroughs and implement a better management tracking and review system using relevant data.


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Additional Information

To register & more information: Tel: (Toll Free) (1) 800-959-6549 or (1) 312-466-5774 Fax: (Toll Free) (1) 800-959-6561 or (1) 312-873-4331 Email: register@wcbf.com Web: www.wcbf.com/quality/5011 Save up to $400 if you book before May 13, 2005!