Tuesday October 16, 2018
If you think the internet has the highest potential to impact the world, wait until you see what's right around the corner. 17th century "old code" management, aka command & control, is dying a slow death as it gets replaced by a much more engaging version of workplace management; one that both energizes people's intellect and gives them a voice in how they do their work. If the computer is "the 21st century bicycle that amplifies the human intellect" (Steve Jobs), then Lean is the 21st century jet that will turn our collective intellect into the equivalent of a sonic boom. Where that movement is today, where it is rapidly going, and what that means to us in concrete terms will be exemplified through real stories and experiences.
Carlton Farms Pork Tenderloin
Wrapped in Smoked Bacon,
Red Onion Relish, Rich Demi-Glace
Pecorino Crusted Eggplant with Tomato Coulis,
Succotash of Fresh Corn, Edamame, Red Onions
And Three Cheese Polenta Cakes
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|Event Date||10-16-2018 4:00 pm|
|Event End Date||10-16-2018 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||09-24-2018|
|Cut off date||10-16-2018 10:00 pm|
|Late Fee||$15.00(From 10-17-2018)|
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New Member Welcome Meeting
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Sravani Mitra is a Portfolio, Program & Project Management leader with over 15 years in the project & program management discipline. She has held project leadership roles at WebMD, Nike, Sears & Michelin & Starbucks. She has successfully transformed WebMD into a Scaled Agile Framework. She is a coach, trainer on Lean & Agile best practices. She has been on the PgMP & PMP exam review committees. She holds a Masters degree in Management in Science & Technology from OHSU and a Masters in Applied Mathematics from University of Delhi, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences. She is also certified in Scaled Agile (SPC4), program Management (PgMP), project management (PMP) , Advanced Scrum Master (CASM), Product manager (CPM) & is a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt holder.
Jim Hudson leads the Ohno Institute, a coaching-based consortium of companies that are transforming their cultures away from hierarchical command & control, to one of workplace and individualized learning. Jim's intense interest in the principles of "individual growth" and workplace engagement has led to 25 years of experience in this movement known as Lean management.
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