PMI WA Chapter & Engineers Australia present "HIGH-PERFORMING, INTEGRATED ENGINEERING TEAMS"
21 July 2017
712 Murray Street
Building interdisciplinary teams that perform well and balance technical and management considerations is especially critical for complex and time-sensitive projects and programs. Following four years of extensive research, PMI, MIT and the International Council on Systems Engineering have uncovered the keys to successful integrated teams. Learn about our new book, Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering: Methods, Tools and Organizational Systems for Improving Performance, and its framework for delivering strong results by building and leading highly aligned teams.
Stephen Townsend - Project Management Institute (PMI)
Stephen Townsend is PMI’s Director for Network Programs. He leads special program initiatives, including development of a practice guide on agile methods; and a book on the integration of program management and systems engineering with the International Council on Systems Engineering and MIT’s Consortium on Engineering Program Excellence. He is also working with PMI’s U.S. government relations team to plan for implementation of the Program Management Improvement Accountability Act. Stephen has worked within PMI since 1999 in the areas of member services; chapter/community relations; business/government relations; and PMI’s global development activities. He has over 30 years of experience in non-profit leadership and management. Stephen has also consulted with associations on their global development and community strategies. He is a long-term member of and volunteer within the American Society of Association Executives.
Dr. Elizabeth “Betsy” Clark - Software Metrics Inc.
Dr. Elizabeth “Betsy” Clark is a software measurement and cost estimation consultant with Software Metrics Inc. Betsy has consulted with government organizations in the United States and Australia. She contributed two in-depth case studies for the book, Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering: Methods, Tools and Organizational Systems for Improving Performance published by Wiley in 2017: the FA-18 E/F Super Hornet and the electronic support upgrade for the Royal Australian Navy’s Anzac Class Frigates.
$40 for PMI WA Chapter and Engineers Australia members
$70 general public
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