Expense Reduction: Creating the Least Resistance in your Corporate Reduction Program |
Thursday, July 12, 2012|
12:30 PM to 2:00 PM |
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, 1301 Kinwick Centree, 32 Hollywood Road, Central |
|About the Event|
2012 has been seen by many as a challenging year with economic downturn,
another financial crisis will happen. Many organizations have to keep themselves
lean in order to survive / remain competitive & are taking a more serious look on
their cost structure. However, many cost reduction programs face
′big resistance′ and
create staff morale problems, which affect the corporate long term development. This
seminar will present Expense Reduction from a least resistance for change angle and
how their aggregated effects can
create a high impact on bottom line.
- The impact of Expense Reduction
- Why are they overlooked?
- How to make your reduction program successful?
- How to find the reduction areas?
- How to change with least resistance?
About the Speaker
A career management consultant specializes in cost control
and reduction with 30
years of experience. Prior to his consulting practice, he worked for a number of blue
chip organizations in the financial, telecommunications and manufacturing sectors
(including HSBC, HK Telephone and Motorola) and
was mainly responsible for
introducing and monitoring effective cost reduction and control programs. In early
2002, he introduces the Expense Reduction Program, a cost reduction best practice to
help companies in HK & PRC, achieving million
of dollars savings. In early 2012, he
merges his team with Ascent Partners for synergy and succession.
He is also a frequent speaker for senior executive seminars on expense reduction
and the former President of the Operational Research
Society of Hong Kong. He
is the author of the book, “Cost Cutting: Besides Staff, What Else?” published by
PEARSON Prentice Hall.
for members |
HK$250 for non-members
The Canadian Chamber
of Commerce in
Suite 1301 Kinwick Center
32 Hollywood Road
Central, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2110 8700
Fax: (852) 2110 8701