PMI New Hampshire Chapter

May Chapter Meeting: How to Reduce Silo Thinking and Increase Effective Cross-Functional Collaboration

May Chapter Meeting: How to Reduce Silo Thinking and Increase Effective Cross-Functional Collaboration

May Chapter Meeting: How to Reduce Silo Thinking and Increase Effective Cross-Functional Collaboration
May 19, 2021  6:30pm - 8:00pm
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 Guest Speaker: Henry E. Liebling
 
Many people today need to effectively perform in cross-functional business environments that
are often charactized by demanding requirements and agile principles.
 
Purpose and Outcome
  • Describe and share examples of silo thinking
  • Discuss the Power of Cross-Functional Business Acumen – for project managers andproject team members
  • Spot problems associated with silo thinking
  • Apply tips and techniques for decreasing silo thinking and increasing effectivecross-functional collaboration and business acumen
  • Know the WIIFM – “what’s in it for me” – why these topics are important for PMI NewHampshire members
 
PMI Talent Triangle
  • Leadership (project managers should be leading and breaking down the silos)
  • Strategic (business acumen knowledge makes you more strategic in your thinking)
 
Bio and Background
Henry, who resides in Atlanta, GA has more than 30 years of consulting and training experience with U.S. and global clients, with
companies, nonprofits, government, education, and healthcare.  He blends diverse experience,
knowledge, skills, and creativity to bring value to customers.  In 2016, he was certified as a
Professional Scrum Master from Scrum.org.  He has a Master of Public Administration from Syracuse
University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.
He is author of “How To Achieve Virtual Meeting Effectiveness:  Skills Training For Online Virtual
Meetings” (at Amazon) plus four other books on web and video conferencing and vision papers for
nonprofit organizations, urban neighborhoods, literacy, and rural areas.  His experience includes teaching workshops for 
The Pacific Institute on Thought Patterns for HighPerformance; topics included how we think, belief systems, 
personal habits, comfort zones, blindspots, self-talk, and goal setting.
 

Contact Information

email: sbtainc@mindspring.com

Linkedin:Henry E. Liebling

Cost: Member $0, Non-Member $10

PDUs: 1

Zoom link will be provided after registration

 
 

Event Properties

Event Date 05-19-2021 6:30 pm
Event End Date 05-19-2021 8:00 pm
Registration Start Date 05-10-2021 3:00 pm
Cut off date 05-19-2021 3:00 pm
Individual Price Non-Member
No. of Leadership PDUs 1
Location Online
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Monthly Food Drive for NH Food Bank

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

Due to COVID-19 the New Hampshire Food Bank is requesting cash donations only.  Please click the image below to make a donation.

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.

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