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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
The Future of New: Tools and Techniques for Designing and Leading Complex Change
CCRS Category: Leadership
We live in a time of unprecedented change, and project and program managers operate more and more in automated environments with ambiguous problem statements, conflicting stakeholder priorities and complex solutions. We need new tools, techniques and approaches for delivering successful projects.
In this engaging discussion, Tim will explore a practical set of tool and techniques he uses and has gathered from other project managers around the world to drive complex change. We will talk about mindset, and where project managers get off target in driving complex change. We will look at some fun examples and share some best practices. Feel free to bring your own favorite tip, trick or tool.
It is time for us to redefine the role of the project manager and project team, to evolve the competencies needed to manage large implementations in commerce, transport, healthcare and all areas where new is the norm. After all, projects begin and end with people.
Presenter: Tim Jaques, Principal, Teaming Worldwide
Biography: For more than twenty years, Tim Jaques has been passionately exploring, thinking, speaking, and writing on the topics of project management, organizational change, culture, performance, and resistance. Tim is an avid writer, presenter, and facilitator.
Tim’s work today focuses on business transformations and workplace performance. Tim has worked with a variety of private and public sector clients including General Electric, Tufts University, the US Census Bureau, ACE Insurance, and many others. Tim is a long-time entrepreneur, having built several companies from scratch. He is based out of Saratoga Springs and New York City.
Tim’s core capabilities include project and program management, performance improvement, execution and operations, organizational change management, IT transformation, and business strategy. Tim co-authored the International Project Management Association (IPMA) Individual Competence Baseline, version 4, an international project, program and portfolio competence standard. He has published two books on US Federal government PM practices; and written numerous articles on project management, organizational change and transformation. Tim is a musician, husband, and father of two sons. Tim is a past contributor and speaker at PMI World Congresses, past vice-president of IPMA-USA and has held numerous board positions.
Dinner includes Caesar Salad, Rolls, Coffee,
& Dessert (ny style cheese cake with a chocolate drizzle)
and Choice of Entree
1. CHICKEN : chicken florentine
2. FISH: new england scrod, encrusted with panko lemon herb panko crumbs, chardonnay butter sauce
3. BEEF: braised angus short rib, house made mashed potatoes
4. VEG: germelli a la vodka – spiral shaped pasta, tomato vodka cream sauce, sweet pea garnish
Please join us on April 18, 2018 at The Desmond Hotel off of Albany Shaker Road, in Colonie (see directions).
Attitude adjustment will begin at 5:30pm with dinner at 6:00pm, followed by the program starting promptly at 7:00pm and adjourning by 8:00pm.
Pricing for 2017-2018. To ensure an accurate number of dinners, we have created an early bird discount for those paying in advance. $30.00 for Early Bird, PMI UNY Chapter members; $40.00 for Early Bird, nonmembers; and $20 for Early Bird students. To receive the early bird discount, please pay in advance. Those who do not register by noon on the Monday for the dinner and choose to pay at the door will not get the early bird discount and will be charged the $10 late fee - $50 for members, $60 for nonmembers, and $40 for students.
The early bird deadline for online registration is 12:00 noon on Monday before the dinner (cancellations after 12:00 noon on Monday will be charged the full meeting registration fee). Please note that registrations after the early bird deadline of 12:00 noon on Monday will be charged the full price as indicated above. Walk-ins on the day of the event are on a first come, first served basis with limited availability and will be charged the full price plus a $10 late fee.
For details please contact:
|Event Date||04-18-2018 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||04-18-2018 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||06-06-2017|
|Cut off date||04-18-2018 6:00 pm|
|No. of Strategic PDUs||1|