September 8, 2018 Saturday 9:00AM - 5:00 PM
Innoworld, 940 Stewart Dr, Sunnyvale, CA 94085
Enterprise Agility - Is it Leadership Science or Leadership Magic?
We are living in what is perhaps the most turbulent era of change that the free market has ever seen.
Change is measured in days, not months or years any longer. The Third Wave of the Digital Age is radically transforming how goods and services are conceived, manufactured, delivered, and supported. Brick and mortar domination of commerce, education, information, connection, and entertainment is ending; by 2040, it is estimated that 80% of all human activity in these areas will be through digital platforms. The PMI Talent Triangle demonstrates the need for Strategic, Business Acumen and Technical Skills. This is a significant leap in knowledge and experience and completely changes the expectations for someone in the PPPM Profession. How do you lead your organization succesfully into this future?
In addition, we work with participants to answer key questions that TPL poses:
About the Instructors:
Dr. Walker Waite has nearly a quarter century of project management experience, spanning nearly a dozen nations and 11 different industries across North America and Europe. She is a leader in the field of global change initiatives, managing major international projects and guiding government, academia and corporate organizations toward sustainable performance. Among her multibillion-dollar global project clients are Saab, Nortel, Discovery, Bechtel, Pasteur Merieux Connaught, Astra Zeneca, USAID, ABC/Disney, MTVN, IBM, ONCOR and NJDOT. Dr. Walker Waite also serves as a professor in project management graduate programs at the University of Wisconsin and City University, Seattle, WA.
CJ Walker Waite is one of the longest serving PMI volunteer leaders, having held PMI voluntary leadership roles since 1991. She is serving as a Director of the International PMI Board of Directors (2013–2015). Formerly she served on the PMI Board Volunteer Advisory Committee (2009–2012), first as a member and then as Committee Chair (2011–2012). She was the president of the PMI Washington, DC (WDC) Chapter, following her tenures as Executive Vice President and vice president for certification and education (8 years). She was the first regional advocate for PMI Region Five and was recognized multiple times by the PMI WDC Chapter for outstanding service.
Since 1991, Dr. Walker Waite has been a featured workshop leader/presenter at 8 PMI symposiums and multiple business forums. She authored numerous publications, including, “Sustainability of Performance for Technology Innovator Firms in Business Environments Exhibiting Turbulence,” “The Cross-Applicability of PM: A Vehicle for Org Transition in the Implementation of Multi-Media Business Communications Platforms” and, “Changing the Organizational Culture.” She is currently co-authoring both a book with her husband, Alan, The Hidden Hand of Project Management and a text, Transformational Project Management..
Dr. Walker Waite earned her MBA in international business at George Washington University, and took her PhD in organizational behavior and development, strategic innovation and entrepreneurship. She holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) ® credential and is a graduate of the 2002 PMI® Leadership Institute Master Class. She has lived and worked overseas and speaks German, French and Spanish, and began her career as an FM Radio disc jockey and television news producer.
Alan Waite, M.A., CEC is CEO of the Praxis Corporation, and Executive Director of the Phoenix Rising Praxis Foundation, a non-profit organization. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Project Management at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee’s School of Continuing Education corporate programOver a span of 30 years, Alan has served as a business executive, HR/Payroll manager, public service legislative/business analyst, life and corporate coach, educator, author, and courtroom trial consultant.He was Board Chairman and Senior Vice-President for NVS Technologies, Inc., an environmental corporation that marketed waste-to-energy and bio-remedial technologies. NVS Technologies worked with Texaco, Sandia National Laboratories, NAFTA, and the State of California to clean toxic waste sites across California and Northern Mexico. He was also the Executive Vice President of Pallas Productions, Inc., a California-based music Production Company.In addition, Alan has served on the board of directors for several public interest advocacy groups, including Trans-Atlantic Environmental, Inc., and the Timao Educational Foundation, both 501(c) 3 organizations.
Alan is co-designer of the groundbreaking Transformational Project Management (TPL) methodology and developed the Integrity-Centered Decision-Making (ICDM) model for executive leadership problem-solving.Holding a B.A. in History and a B.A. in Political Science, he has an M.A. in Modern European History and a certification from the International Coaching Federation. Author and researcher of historical topics ranging from western American history to the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials (June 2015 WWII History Magazine), his first book, Hats: How Felt Can Save America is available on Amazon.com and at Barnes and Noble. Look for his upcoming article on the JFK assassination featuring new, recently discovered information, which will be published in the November 2018 issue of a well-known national historical magazine.
Project Management Education Hours:
Earn 7 PDUs (Leadership - 7)
Meeting Leader: Sagar Amancherla
Please note the door will be locked at 8:55 AM, so plan to arrive early.
08:30 AM - Sign In and Networking
09:00 AM - Workshop Begins
12:00 PM - Lunch Break
12:45 PM - Workshop Resumes
5:00 PM – Adjourn
Continental Breakfast, Coffee, and Lunch will be provided.
Attendees should indicate whether they want a vegetarian meal during the registration.
Plan Ahead Registration:
Early Bird: PMISV member: $140 Non-PMISV member: $190
Regular: PMISV member: $190 Non-PMISV member: $240
At-the-Door Registration: No walk-ins allowed. Please register for the course online in advance
This event is a professional society meeting, held for the benefit of its members.
|Event End Date||09-08-2018|
|Registration Start Date||06-12-2018|
|Cut off date||09-02-2018|
|Discounted Price||$190.00 (Until 08-26-2018)|