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Driving Operational Efficiencies: How COOs Should Leverage Data to be Successful
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Driving Operational Efficiencies: How COOs Should Leverage Data to be Successful

About this Whitepaper

The role of the COO is strategically central to every critical part of the organization’s success, and in a world of constant and rapid change, it’s getting even harder.

Key to a COO’s success in achieving their myriad challenges—improving operational efficiencies, and adapting to change and technological advances, is to ensure alignment across the organization. Keeping everyone moving in the same direction while ensuring each key business metric is met.

The best COOs in the business know that central to this is effective communication tailored to the business drivers and productivity metrics associated with success.

This whitepaper focuses on how COOs can then leverage a strategic, data-driven approach to employee communications that can impact everything from HR to marketing, supply chain management, sales, manufacturing operations, risk and compliance, and more.

Some of the key takeaways:

  • The challenges that COOs face today
  • The key data that can be used to drive productivity
  • The role that data can and should play in internal communications.

Author

 Christine Kendall

Christine Kendall

Content Marketing Manager, Poppulo

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