The Center for Operational Excellence's IT Leadership Network is an organization that brings together technology leaders to collaborate and learn from shared experiences in transferring their IT groups to a culture of operational excellence.

Event Recap: June's I.T. Leadership Network forum, feat. CoverMyMeds

covermymeds rick neighbarger nate lusherThe routine “Best Places to Work” features that offer a snapshot of what it’s like to be a part of Columbus-based CoverMyMeds often focus on what stands out at first glance: The pool tables, the beer tap, the jeans-day-every-day vibe. Nate Lusher, an agile coach at the health-care software startup, says the key to understanding the company’s culture is to look closer. He and colleague Rick Neighbarger offered a peek inside the Columbus company’s culture at the latest meeting of COE’s IT Leadership Network series. They also detailed their own efforts to make tools and behaviors key to continuous improvement a part of it, a challenge that’s intrinsic to process improvement efforts at companies of any size.

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The best insights on your operational excellence journey often can come from those who've lived it. Since the Center for Operational Excellence founded the IT Leadership Network in 2012, more than two-dozen speakers have come to The Ohio State University to share best practices in lean I.T. transformations.

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