Agne NainyteDigital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women Empowerment
Let’s say you are a new leader in your organization wondering how you could deploy a new business plan which engages the organization to develop breakthroughs. I can help you by introducing Hoshin Kanri model which I have deployed in my previous workplaces delivering exceptional business results.
About me
I was born and raised in a small but ambitious and fast growing country Lithuania. However, due to my eagerness to explore, challenge myself and learn new things, I always felt that the place was too small for me. So after my international studying experience in South Korea and The Netherlands, I started to work at Philips in Amsterdam. I worked for a global transformation programme where I got my strong passion for process excellence. Later I moved to shipping giant Maersk, where I was quickly promoted to form a new transformation department and take on a leadership role. This whole transition to a new industry and early leadership experience was tremendous for my personal development. But in the midst of my promising career, I decided to do something crazy! I quit my job to pursue volunteering with women in rural Uganda. My career break year allowed me to take a step back and think about my purpose. This is when I decided to come back to the business world which was always so exciting for me, especially as I grew up with entrepreneurial parents. Currently I am working at Schuberg Philis, which is a Dutch technology company known for its self-steering customer teams and continuous highest customer satisfaction ranking (Giarte). On top of my daily work I am still engaged with Integrated Villages NGO in Uganda and write my personal blog on issues which are typically faced by young professionals. Other people often describe me as someone who is not afraid to get her “hands dirty” and deliver results. My personal blog:
Digital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women Empowerment
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Agne Nainyte on Strategy deployment with Hoshin KanriDigital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
More and more I learn how important it is to tell good stories. Yes! Facts and figures are great to feed rational minds, but nothing can replace a good story which stays in your mind. But this is not easy! Recently I got to know who has an atypical background. She studied theatre directing and then moved to work in sales for luxury brands in Paris. I learnt a lot from Lina about story telling and her experience was tremendous in positioning my fair trade brand ‘Bracelets with a story.’ Today I am very happy and thankful to who agreed to share her experience and tips with you. So, here you go! What are your experiences and tricks on how to create great stories which stick with people?
How to create a robust business story? -

Agne Nainyte on Strategy deployment with Hoshin KanriDigital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
In general I am a very slow book reader. I often use a marker to highlight the sentences which resonate with me the most or I want to re-read them after a while. Some books are so refreshingly educational that I even decide to write a blog post, which serves as a summary of my key take-aways that I believe can be useful for you too. This has just happened with "The Blue Ocean Strategy" book by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne. What are you favorite books which you have recently read and learnt a lot from?
How to find the Blue Ocean where competition is irrelevant -

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