Bill Taylor presents The Little Prince Pediatric
Hospital - a TOC Study in US Healthcare
About the Webinar: The Little Prince Pediatric Hospital Study is a theoretical development
from the TOC TP diagnosis of various Pediatric Healthcare institutions,
conducted with senior executives with US Healthcare experience, and leads to
the creation of the LPPH Generic Transition Strategy and Tactics Tree and
proposed action plans. These can be modified using the 12 Questions
Current Reality Tree Software, to customize for other Healthcare Providers.
This Webinar will start with a summary "What is TOC for Heathcare?"
About the Presenter: Bill has been associated with Coca-Cola for over
40 years, as a flavor chemist, product development manager, marketing manager, general
manager, Regional Manager, International VP, Bottling Company CEO and
consultant, living in Argentina, USA, Colombia, Turkey, Mexico and Brazil, and
has managed companies and executed projects in over 30 countries.
His last executive assignment with Coca-Cola was
as CEO of SPAIPA, a 1 billion dollar Coca-Cola bottling, sales and distribution
company based in Curitiba, Brazil. Bill created SPAIPA In 1994 by leading a
merger of four independent Coca-Cola bottling groups, and ran this company for
After retiring from SPAIPA in 2002, Bill joined
TOCICO and created Taylors Of Curitiba, a business strategy and change
management consulting company, working projects in education, wood, paper,
banking, insurance, logistics, transportation, heavy machinery, agricultural
products, construction, energy, retail and consumer products in Brazil. He has
also lectured frequently in various universities and organizations and been a
member of the Board of Directors of various Brazilian and International companies
and organizationsand has been on the TOCICO Board since 2009. Bill was
the 2011/2012 Chairman of the Board of TOCICO.
has a degree in Chemical Engineering from the Universidad de Buenos Aires and a
Masters of Business Administration from Florida International University. After
18 years in Brazil, Bill moved to Atlanta in 2012, where he has established his
new base of operations, focusing his work on Healthcare and the development of
This webinar is FREE for all paid TOCICO members (in good standing).
Guests and non-members
will need to pay $40 to attend.