The Talent Management Forum features a day of sessions on compensation, onboarding, leadership development, case studies, and more. Maya Townsend is presenting “How Work Really Gets Done — Leveraging Social Networks to Accelerate Change” on September 25, 2009. The conference will be held in Madison, WI.
The group has six months to come together and accomplish something challenging. Maybe it’s designing and rolling out a new project management methodology worldwide. Perhaps it’s pulling off the first large-scale user conference in the company’s history. Or maybe this group needs to create the next breakthrough product for the company. The stakes are high and failure is not an option.
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Crossing industries can be daunting. The hope is that the learning curve will be small and new hires will quickly become a valued member of staff. The worst case scenario: the milieu will be so different that the new hire never learns enough to contribute and, after struggling, leaves to find a new job.
On July 14th, Maya Townsend of Partnering Resources will facilitate a Project Management Institute chapter meeting that will help project managers (and PM hopefuls) understand how project management operates in different industries. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with subject matter experts, ask questions about what it’s really like to work in specific industries, and network with peers.
Have you ever wondered how the grapevine affects improvement efforts? How a leader’s social connections support his or her success leading a quality effort? Whether you can make your next quality improvement effort more successful by tapping into social networks?
Every organization has hidden networks of relationships that employees use in order to get work done, make decisions, and solve problems. These networks have been largely ignored by leaders, but hold the keys to improving performance and accelerating change. In this presentation, ASQ Worcester members learned how we can use hidden networks in quality and improvement efforts.