July AM Learning Series

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July 25

8:00 am - 10:00 am

25 E Building
25001 Emery Road
Warrensville Heights, Ohio 44128

$FREE Members
$FREE Non-Members


Join us for our Chamber’s AM Learning Series on July 25th, 2017. 

A no-cost registration is required to attend this learn and connect series, offered as a service to the NEO business community. These short and focused presentations will feature actionable tips and advice from NEO business experts who are willing to share what they know to help others grow. Choose to attend 1 or all of the presentations.

Topic: People, Passwords, and Problems – the 3P approach to IT in a small business

Presenter: Chris Kiec,  Adventures in Automation
Small Business has been a consistent adopter of technology. This is one of the reasons, we as small businesses can adapt to market changes because we use technology to enhance our ability to be competitive.

Small businesses also tend to “go cheap” which doesn’t always help us due to the limitations of inexpensive or free solutions. In this session, Adventures In Automation will share tips for structuring your organization’s use of technology so that in 2017 your business is focused on increasing profitability not fixing tech problems. Take aways include templates for improving cloudability of your information, protecting your assets and preparing your people and yourself for the next tech wave through training.

Tres Roeder

Topic: Project Management as Competitive Advantage – Deliver On Time, On Budget, In Scope

Presenter: Tres Roeder, Roeder Consulting
Research shows organizations with mature project management ecosystems deliver 30% more of their projects on time, complete 28% more of their projects within budget, and fulfill customer expectations and business intent 21% more frequently when compared to less mature project organizations. Mr. Roeder, a global expert on project management, will discuss how to achieve these goals for your manufacturing organization through an organized approach called Project Management Maturity. Leveraging his deep experience working with manufacturing firms and his engaging presentation style he will discuss:

  • an “early warning system” so you know when projects are off the rails … before it’s too late
  • the 5 attributes to measure organizational Project Management Maturity
  • what you need to know about new federal regulatory changes signed into law December 14, 2016
  • artificial intelligence, staff augmentation, and other 21st Century concepts being deployed to deliver project results

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