Pradja Dolewatte - Senior Manager, Process at Sysco LABS tackles a rather tricky aspect of process management, especially in the current volatile climate - getting everyone on to the same page fast.
“Find your passion, learn, experiment, make mistakes and work towards excelling in it.” We spoke with Rashindrie Perera, a former Sysco LABS intern turned employee and one of the recipients of the prestigious “Migara Ranatunga Trust Award” which recognizes the best achievers in the semester 6 industrial training module offered by the Institute of Engineers, Sri Lanka
From pre-historic Nomads who followed their food, to inventing the wheel and creating implements used for cooking and the emergence of “Restaurants” as we know them, the concept of “Dining” has spanned the Centuries. In this Innovation Session, Gavin Alexander, Associate Manager – Delivery takes you on a journey through foodservice; Starting with a trip
The time we have is finite and irreversible. Your energy to make productive use of this finite time however, is boundless and replenishable. This innovation Session by Director Operations Nirmal Kumarasiri is an attempt to identify a few key concepts and actions one can undertake to effectively re-energize yourself to maximize longevity and output. Watch
Software Engineer Ashan Dhananjaya – in his Innovation Session talk – shares his experience of working in a startup for two years and gives an insight into the valuable lessons learnt though the failures encountered while providing useful pointers on what to do to avoid such hurdles. Watch the full video below;
Support is now veering towards a culture of proactivity in which vigilant monitoring and analytics help prevent or resolve issues before customers even realize they exist. Practices such as intelligent re-routing where incoming calls from customers are prioritized based on urgency, and the ability to view customer history prior to a support conversation are now
“The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance; it is the illusion of knowledge” – Stephen Hawking It is the quintessential Silicon Valley story. Elizabeth Holmes, a 19 year old Presidents Scholar at Stanford drops out of college to launch her startup. Holmes’ big idea was to perform multiple tests on a single drop of
With the desire to encourage and empower the next generation of professionals in Sri Lanka, Sysco LABS worked with the Educate Lanka Foundation in 2017, an organization that supports the education of talented under-privileged youths in Sri Lanka. As a part of the collaboration, Sysco LABS also joined the Educate Lanka Mentorship program, a program that three of the mentors from Sysco LABS completed together with their mentees from ELF.