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Webinar: How Prioritization Will Reap Rewards for Your Food Company

Strategic prioritization is critical for long-term success. Focusing your organization on the most critical projects increases the chances of accomplishing them. And research shows it can generate 40 percent more value for the company.

However, prioritization isn’t straightforward. And human nature biases make it even more challenging.

This webinar hosted by Food Dive features a panel discussion with Kerry Hunnius, global lead of sustainable cost advantage strategy at McCain Foods; Daniela Vonghia, senior vice president of operations at Del Monte Foods; and Tanya Roberts, Senior Director of Project and Portfolio Management Services at Integrated Project Management.

The experts underscore the tangible benefits of strategic prioritization, including enhanced employee engagement, operational efficiency, and overall company performance.

Among the topics they discuss:

  • The importance of strategic vision to guide prioritization and decision-making.
  • Balancing the delicate balance of often-competing priorities of cost, quality, and service in the food industry.
  • Addressing human nature challenges like overoptimism, the reluctance to say no, and the need for control.
  • Effective strategies for leaders to communicate priorities, including the art of saying “no” or “not now.”
  • Tools and techniques like prioritization matrices and weighted scoring models to facilitate decision-making.

Services: Project Portfolio Management, Strategy Realization
Industry: Consumer Products


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