Please join your PMI- SE Wisconsin Chapter for a free virtual breakfast meeting where experts in the discipline will discuss the topic of diversity and inclusion in project management organizations.
When - Oct 27th, 2021 7:00 AM
Where – Zoom link - https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84789816887
How to sign up – www.pmi-milwaukee.org
PDU – by attending, you will be eligible for one PDU
Panel Format :
7:00 - Panelists introduction
7:05-7:40 - Prepared questions to the panel
7:40-8:00 - Open questions from the audience
You will find attached the bio for our 3 panelists.
Our facilitator will be Dina Richman who is an active member of our chapter and a senior manager for SC Johnson in Racine
We will tackle topics such as:
If this is a success, we will resume a normal monthly schedule for chapter breakfast meetings.
Come and join us for a delightful virtual evening meeting!
Earn one (1) PDU
Special Speaker - Michael Nir
Michael Nir, President Sapir Consulting US, is a team and enterprise agile coach; known for his passion, creativity, and innovation; His Masters in Engineering and, training in Gestalt balance his technical know-how with emotional intelligence. Michael inspires people and teams to change, experientially and emotionally, while climbing the hill AND reaching the summit.
The author of twelve books on influence, consumer experience, and Lean-Agile project management, Michael delivers practical skills gained from eighteen years of experience leading change at global organizations in diverse industries.
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Let’s Explore together the essentials of successful lean agile and DevOps change initiatives – we’ll find surprising truths about what makes and breaks agile changes in organizations.
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Agenda to follow
Dr. Jim Bohn has organizational expertise and insight from decades of successfully leading leaders and business savvy derived from observing the organizational behavior of multiple Fortune 500 organizations. He has taught as an adjunct at UWM, Marquette and Concordia, and has spoken at conferences and workshops throughout the U.S.Dr. Jim Bohn has organizational expertise and insight from decades of successfully leading leaders and business savvy derived from observing the organizational behavior of multiple Fortune 500 organizations. He has taught as an adjunct at UWM, Marquette and Concordia, and has spoken at conferences and workshops throughout the U.S.Retiring after several decades with Johnson Controls,
Dr. Bohn launched his Change Management and Organizational Transformation Practice. Dr. Bohn has a unique blend of hands-on, in-the-trenches experience in addition to peer-reviewed research. His research on Organizational Efficacy is groundbreaking and has been translated into multiple languages. He is considered an expert on organizational change and his book “Architects of Change: Practical Tools for Executives to Build, Lead and Sustain Organizational Initiatives” was endorsed by G.E., Walgreens, Lowe’s, and Comfort Systems USA, among others. Dr. Bohn’s second book, “The Nuts and Bolts of Leadership”, was endorsed by Sodexo and the Water Council of Milwaukee. In 2017 he authored a book entitled “Getting I.T. Right: Installing the organizational App”. His most recent book is entitled “If your water cooler could talk” – Getting beyond employee engagement. In addition to his published research, his teaching at UWM, Concordia, and Marquette, along with his work in organizational transformation, he has spoken at the Milwaukee Business Journal, the National Academy of Change Management Professionals, and led workshops for SHRP and Wisconsin I/O Psychologists, ASTD-Twin Cities, MNCMN, MNODN, Atlanta Field Service Conference, Metro Milwaukee SHRM Annual Conference, SHRM SIGS, IFMA Twin Cities and the Chicago Corenet Real Estate Group among others, including PMI International, Minnesota PMI, the Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County, OFB, National Association of Credit Managers, The Neenah Police Department, the Plant Facilities Management Association, and PRSA along with multiple corporations across Southeast Wisconsin including Johnson Controls, Kohler, QPS and GPS Education Partners, the Medical College of Wisconsin, VISTAGE, VERLO, and many others.
Come and spend an enjoyable and enlightening evening with Jim Bohn, a consummate business professional, and engaging speaker.