Wednesday, November 20, 2019
MalamaDoe - A Coworking Community for Women
4465 N. Oakland Ave, Suite 201
Shorewood, WI. 53211
Join us for breakfast and a discussion on “Managing the Human Side of Projects - Facilitating Stakeholder Satisfaction, Change Adoption and Organizational Value.” Together, we’ll discuss the issues PMs are dealing as they relate to the human side of projects. We’ll also explore why project management and organizational change management disciplines are not mutually exclusive. Then, we’ll focus on how to best leverage the joint opportunities that exist between the two. And, finally, we’ll share our understanding of how organizational change management and other human factor concepts and principles are embedded throughout the PMBOK® Guide.
Sheila Long, Founder Creator & Owner, MalamaDoe
Sheila Long earned degrees from Saint Louis University in International Business, Economics and Spanish, then obtained her MBA in Strategy and Finance from the University of Chicago. She holds a Six Sigma Green Belt certification and a Project Management Professional certification (PMP). For many years, Sheila facilitated her local PMI breakfast panel while also holding various roles on local boards. Prior to consulting, she worked at Motorola in high tech sales, quality, and service management for 11 years.
Since 2015, Sheila has focused her attention on building MalamaDoe, a neighborhood-based community of businesswomen who share a co-working space in Shorewood, Wis.
Additionally, Sheila speaks fluent Spanish and Portuguese and lives in Shorewood with her three grade school aged children who are bilingual. She enjoys attending sporting events with them on weekends.
*Must be a registered member of PMI Milwaukee/SE Wisconsin Chapter and in good standing to receive this discount.
|Event Date||11-20-2019 7:30 am|
|Event End Date||11-20-2019 9:00 am|
|Registration Start Date||01-01-2019|
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