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How to Deliver Projects Successfully in a Multi-Generational Workforce

 

 

How to Deliver Projects Successfully in a Multi-Generational Workforce


Speaker:  Dr. Audrey E. Brown, MSPPM, PMP, SSGB, CSOX, CSM

 

Giorgio's, 524 Nashua St., Milford, NH 03055


Wednesday, March 20th
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Early Bird Special - Thru March 13th
Member: $30 ---- Non-member: $35
Regular Price: Member: $35 ---- Non-member: $40 Thru March 16th
Speaker-only: $10 at the Door - Thru March 20th

 

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How to Deliver Projects Successfully in a Multi-Generational Workforce

Many Project Managers are challenged today with effectively managing and coaching their project teams. Did you know that for the first time in the history of the United States there are four (4) generations in the workforce? Today’s Project Managers find themselves in uncharted territory because our current state was unanticipated. I will present how to motivate and manage each generation (Matures, Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and Millennials). You cannot manage each generation the same due to the generational differences. In order to deliver your projects successfully, you must appreciate, respect, and implement each generation’s motivational factors.

About Dr. Audrey E. Brown, MSPPM, PMP, SSGB, CSOX, CSM

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Dr. Audrey E Brown is an Organizational Psychology Practitioner with a Mastery in Program/Project Management. Currently, she is:

  • A STEM Adjunct Professor (On-Campus) for the Master level Project Management Program courses and (On-line) Advanced Information Technology Program for Southern New Hampshire University
  • A Corporate Faculty (Online) for the Master’s in Project Management Program for Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
  • An Adjunct Professor (Online) for the Masters in Project Management Program for DeVry University.

She earned her Doctorate degree in Organizational Psychology with a concentration in organizational leadership from the University of the Rockies, earned a Master’s degree in Programs and Projects in Management from Brandeis University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Morgan State University.

Additionally, her Mastery in Project Management includes earned four (4) Program and Project Management Certifications: (1) Project Management Professional (PMP), (2) Program Management, (3) Six Sigma Green Belt (SSGB), and (4) Agile/Scrum Master (CSM).

Dr. Brown has 20+ years of Program and Project Management experience, including launching her AEBrown Executive Consulting, which specializes in facilitating organizational leaders with organizational transformations, including implementing compliance and regulatory initiatives.

Currently, she resides in the Greater Boston Area. She is a native of Baltimore, Maryland. She enjoys bicycle touring, racquetball, and she is planning to take up golf.

 

Giorgio's
524 Nashua St.
Milford, NH 03055
(603) 673-3939

 

Please remember to bring an item to donate to the NH Food Pantry!

 

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Cancellation Policy: 

Our cancellation policy:   If you pay in advance and are unable to attend, you must send a notice to the Director of Events before the event.   You will be given a credit for a future chapter meeting.

Event Properties

Event Date 03-20-2019 6:00 pm
Event End Date 03-20-2019 9:00 pm
Registration Start Date 03-20-2019 9:00 pm
Cut off date 03-20-2019 9:00 pm
Location Giorgio's, Milford

Monthly Food Drive for NH Food Bank

Bring an item to donate to the NH Food BANK to the Chapter Meeting.

New Hampshire Food Bank requests non-perishable shelf stable foods. ie

  • Canned Soups
  • Pastas
  • Cereals
  • Canned Vegetables
  • Pasta Sauce
  • Crackers
  • Granola Bars
  • Peanut Butter
  • Other non-perishable items - Cash or check made payable to NH Food Bank

If you are interested in volunteering collecting, delivering, and/or sorting, contact Communications.

Since February the Chapter collects donations at  each Chapter Meeting and drops them off at the NH Food Bank. The items are then distributed throughout the New Hampshire area.  Thank you for supporting this activity.

Professional Photographer

NOTICE: A professional photographer may be on site to document the event and activities. Photographs are the sole property of PMI New Hampshire Chapter. By registering for and attending these events, attendees understand that PMI New Hampshire Chapter may use their likeness or language for future promotional purposes. If you do not wish to be photographed, please notify the photographer on site.