DSM is looking for a highly skilled and experienced Operations Director/ VP Operations who can lead our Bio-Based Products & Services operations in the US in to the next level. Bio-based Products & Services (BP&S) is part of the DSM Innovation Center. It is one of DSM’s Emerging Business Areas. Its objective is to lead in the field of biomass conversion and demonstrate the commercial viability of sustainable, renewable technologies in collaboration with strategic partners through our expertise in yeast and enzymes.
Are you always the one to say, “I’m sure there’s a better way of doing that”? As a process director specialist, you secure innovative process optimization in selected processes within HR (People Operations & Development).
Striking a balance between local business area flexibility and the global compliance agenda to secure maximum value for the company. Based in Billund you will join a team of dedicated colleagues in Business Processes & Information. We provide specialist knowledge, strive for process excellence across Human Resource and Finance processes and have responsibility for training and project portfolio. Our mission is to develop and maintain effective standardized processes based on business requirements.
On Thursday May 18th the first “ambitionOne members meet” event will be held, in Eindhoven, the Netherlands from 19.00-23.00 hr.
With an intimate group of 20 members we will share ideas, get a unique speed lecture by Professor Barney Jordaan from the best business school in the BeNeLux Vlerick , in an inspiring location with good food and wine. Additionally we will offer each participant 50 shares of ambitionOne.
ambitionOne.org is proud to present Steven van Belleghem the king of keynote presentations. We asked Steven if he could share his view on the link between HR management and Customer Experience. In this video Steven shares how the Right Processes, Measurement and most importantly Culture; “HR has to lead the human transformation, a required consequence of the digital transformation we are in.”
BAVARIA BEER – It’s great to break the routine from time to time. Brewed independently, Bavaria goes it’s own way. Always challenging the accepted.
“We know that beer was already being brewed in Lieshout in the 1680s. But Bavaria’s evolution from a village brewery to the global brand it is today didn’t come easily.
It was built upon the single minded vision and determination of the Swinkels family.”
Starbucks Corporation is considered the main representative of “second wave coffee”, initially distinguishing itself from other coffee-serving venues in the US by taste, quality, and customer experience while popularizing darkly roasted coffee. Since the 2000s, third wave coffee makers have targeted quality-minded coffee drinkers with hand-made coffee based on lighter roasts, while Starbucks nowadays uses automated espresso machines for efficiency and safety reasons.
This year the ambitionOne network of outperformers will expand to over 2.000 members. Professionals that make a difference for the teams they work in and the organisations they work for. The quality of our tribe is guaranteed through the restriction of 5 introductions per member. All members hold academic titles from the best universities and have worked for the “most admired employers” on the planet.
In 2017 it is our ambition to develop our members’ career matching to the most relevant recruitment service. In exchange for feedback on our service (quality, speed,…) we will offer matching profiles of interested members to relevant executive openings in Europe. Without any obligation our cost.
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The leaders of our “most admired employers” are actively working on a better world at the 2017 World Economic Forum in Davos; see what FACEBOOK‘s Sheryl Sandberg, DSM‘s Geraldine Matchett, SCHNEIDER‘s Jean-Pascal Tricoire and IBM‘s Ginni Rometty have to say about employment, climate change and gender equality;
IBM’s Ginni Rometty
IBM’s CEO Ginni Rometty comments on the effect of “robotization” at the DAVOS WEF. “History has taught us many things,” said the CEO. “When you [have] powerful technologies, you have a responsibility that they’re introduced in right way.”