Fresh, honest talk on what it takes to achieve Operational Excellence

100% real-world, unscripted discussions on what it takes to achieve OpEx.

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Next Live Webcast

Tue, Mar 06, 2018 at 2:00PM ET

About #TheOpExWebinar

The OpEx Webinar is a monthly live webinar series featuring 100% real-world discussions on what it takes to achieve OpEx. Every episode hosts Tim Healey or Liz Duggan and an industry guests talk frankly about all aspects of Operational Excellence, from putting the principles into practice and cultural challenges to leadership’s role. The unscripted sessions will be informal, offering more opportunity for dialogue and Q&A with the host and their guests.

Each month features a new guest and topic, so be sure to join live to take part in the conversation! 

Programming Update

  • The OpEx Webinar will be taking a brief hiatus from December 2017 - March 2018, but you can watch past episodes on our YouTube channel.


To be announced


  • Tim HealeyInstitute for Operational Excellence Senior Faculty Member Tim Healey specializes in teaching the principles of Operational Excellence in the business process sector in areas such as product development, finance, HR, engineering, and marketing. He has worked globally with organizations such as Parker Hannifin, United Technologies Corporation, Bayer Healthcare, and Curtiss Wright. Prior to joining the Institute, Tim served as national business manager for H.J. Heinz in Sydney and as a brand manager for British American Tobacco.

  • Liz DugganLiz Duggan has over ten years of brand marketing experience and currently leads strategic initiatives to grow the Institute for OpEx’s training programs, webinars, products and member resources. In her role, she oversees all marketing, public relations and communications activities and manages live and online events. Well-versed in the lean and OpEx industry, Liz is also responsible for managing strategic alliances, developing relevant content and leading new product development. Liz holds a BS in Marketing and a Master’s in Business Administration, and has studied graphic design at the Rhode Island School of Design.