Behavioral Economics, Behavioral Finance, and Behavioral Supply Chain Management all have recognized the human factor by embedding the behavioral sciences throughout their disciplines. It’s now Project Management’s time.
House Brined Turkey
Saffron Risotto Cake
Lentil & Split Pea Cassoulet
Herb Roasted Vegetables
Tableside Coffee Service of Freshly Brewed Villa Rey 100% Rainforest Alliance Certified Coffee.
Decaffeinated Coffee and Hot Tea Served on Request
Doubletree Lloyd Center, 1000 NE Multnomah, Portland, Oregon
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|Event Date||12-18-2018 4:00 pm|
|Event End Date||12-18-2018 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||11-25-2018|
|Cut off date||12-18-2018 10:00 pm|
|Late Fee||$15.00(From 12-13-2018)|
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Mitigating Cognitive Biases in Projects with Candor.
New Member Welcome Meeting
Dinner & Announcements
Behavioral Project Management - A Call for a Fundamental Project Management Paradigm Shift
Jodi Wilson is a behavioral scientist. She holds a PhD in business psychology and has nearly 20 years' experience serving individuals, organizations, and Fortune 500 companies on issues that directly impact organizational culture and project-based organizations. Her work includes integration of the behavioral sciences into project management, including interdisciplinary research in risk and uncertainty, judgment and decision making, leadership, prediction and forecasting, social psychology, and other applicable behavioral sciences.
osh Ramirez is president of the Institute for Neuro-Behavioral Project Management and an adjunct professor of project management, with experience that includes business operations management, project management, and project controls, including work at several national laboratories and other projects throughout the U.S. Department of Energy complex, as well as private sector work in the field. He is currently completing a PhD with dissertation work toward a theory of Behavioral Project Management. He has a masters degree in project management, is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP)®, and conducts training courses and consulting that integrate the behavioral and neurosciences with project management through his company Evanclaer, LLC.
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