April 19, 2023 6PM to 8PM
Guest Speaker: Diane Alsing , MCP, PMP, PMI-ACP
Topic: Powering the Future of Work through Projects
Portsmouth Country Club
80 Country Club Ln, Greenland, NH 03840
In an increasingly complex and fast-moving world, the nature of work is evolving. Against a landscape of accelerating disruption and technological change, the workplace is becoming increasingly agile and “projectized.” As a result, professionals around the world also need to upgrade their own capabilities and develop the right mix of technical and “power skills” to effectively lead teams and turn ideas into reality.
We will welcome Diane Alsing of the PMI Board of Directors. Diane will share her perspective and actionable insights on the global trends impacting how work gets done - and the role that the PMI community is playing to prepare both individuals and their organizations to thrive in The Project Economy.
Diane Alsing is a strategic global consulting operations leader and change management innovator who is directing business-centric roadmaps, enabling business transformation and inspiring the next generation of enterprise growth.
Ms. Alsing is an experienced strategist for business systems and platforms, solution delivery, governance and process improvement, serving as a catalyst for sustainable change by empowering enterprise clients through data-driven impact. A driver of continuous improvement, she is rethinking what’s possible and transforming complex obstacles into tangible, future-ready solutions.
Ms. Alsing has been delivering project and program solutions for over 25 years and has held leadership roles in software engineering and transformative program management. She is currently an executive driving the Business Applications Solution Area for Avanade/Accenture.
Ms. Alsing is also an adjunct faculty member at Southern New Hampshire University teaching courses in sustainable operations, ethical organizational standards, operational agility, strategic positioning of environmental strategies and adaptive project management.
She has held various volunteer leadership roles with Project Management Institute, including serving as a current member of the Board Volunteer Advisory Committee, chair and vice chair of the PMI Ethics Review Committee and director of communications for the Organizational Project Management community of practice. Ms. Alsing is also a member of IEEE and has served on the board of INCOSE New England.
Ms. Alsing earned a bachelor’s degree in business management and a master’s degree in engineering management. She is currently completing a doctoral degree program in engineering at The George Washington University – School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Cost: Member $20, Non-Member $25
|Event Date||04-19-2023 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||04-19-2023 8:00 pm|
|Location||Portsmouth Country Club, Portsmouth|
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