Accenture Supply Chain & Operations, Operation Process Transformation Strategy Manager in Columbus, Ohio
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An expert at process improvement. You specialize in analyzing and designing processes to improve efficiency and effectiveness. You know the methodologies, the tools, and the analytics, and can apply them in any situation. You have the communication skills to make sure that everyone understands your ideas. You like leading teams and you know how to make sure teams get their work done on time, every time. And your experience also means that people look to you for guidance and ideas.
Find solutions to clients’ process-related problems
Persuade senior clients and Accenture managers why alternate approaches may be needed
Decide which methods and procedures to use when completing projects
Work alone or manage diverse, small-to-medium sized teams as needed, either at the client or at Accenture
Make sure that projects help clients meet their important goals
Be ready to challenge old ways of doing things
Use the latest analytical tools to help clients identify and understand:
Who their customers are
How their processes create value for those customers
Use digital tech to help clients find new ways to make their organizations more effective and efficient
Lead workshops that look for ways to improve processes
Be ready to rack up those air miles with travel to clients Monday through Friday
Here’s what you need:
At least 5 years’ experience working with forecasting, planning and inventory optimization
At least 3 years working as a consultant
Experience leading Value Stream Mapping
Experience in Root Cause Analysis and Advanced Problem Solving
Bonus points if:
You can use the latest data analytics tools to spot where clients can improve their processes
You can spot where to find new value in operations, and explain it simply
You know your way around tools like Celonis and PowerBI
You’ve ever worked in BPM (Business Process Management)
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