Yarko Sos to speak at the 2015 Montgomery Summit

Check-6 International Inc. President and CEO, Yarko "JJ" Sos, has been invited to be a speaker at the 2015 Montgomery Summit, presented by Macquarie. This year’s summit will be held on 10-11 March at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel in Santa Monica, Calif.

The Montgomery Summit gathers a highly selective group of more than 900 senior-level investors and top executives from growth technology companies in media, communications and information technology. For a decade, the conference has provided unparalleled opportunities to meet a diverse blend of technological visionaries and innovators from all over the world.

Sos, a former Navy TOPGUN instructor, 51, will talk about how successfully written checklists are becoming the heartbeat of any high consequence organisation by helping competent workforces perform with step-by-step precision. Check-6, the leader in accelerating human performance, last year introduced Checklist Ops with RIGOR, a culture-driven initiative with an intuitive checklist-based mobile application that puts procedural discipline and verifiable compliance in the palm of the user’s hand.

“Aviation-style checklists and simulated training have made commercial aviation one of the safest and most reliable industries in the world,” said Sos. “The Montgomery Summit is a great place to share how digital checklists make the manner in which tasks are performed predictable, and management’s ability to verify compliance is a game changer in workforce safety and productivity.”

Adapted from press release by Joe Green

Published on 25/02/2015

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