At Regroove, we were early adopters of Microsoft Teams and long time fans of Microsoft SharePoint. Over the course of several years, Regroove has fine tuned a model for empowering teams, internal projects, and client’s projects by making MS Teams and MS SharePoint work in harmony; all the while reflecting and supporting the company’s culture. In this presentation we will provide the framework we use and examples of how we make IT work.
Get into it. Stay with it.
This presentation will include an interaction with a second presenter throughout.
Dad. Husband. Drummer. Learner of Things. I am the Chief Troublemaker and ten-time Microsoft MVP at Regroove, I’m shaking things up in Victoria and beyond by helping clients change the way they do business through cloud technology. I am passionate about innovative solutions for complex problems and believe in creating an open collaborative culture while developing and using technologies tools to create efficient systems. “Do the right thing, and do that thing right” is my MO and I show my team how to take an idea from conception to production by using the technologies that we believe in.
Karin Skapski is a consultant at Regroove Solutions, a Victoria-based company that helps teams achieve success by transforming the way they work with technology. Karin works closely with business stakeholders and among technical teams, specializing in process improvement, collaboration, data governance, and user experience. She believes that cloud technology plays a key role in facilitating effective project management.
Recently, Karin has become a Certified Scrum Product Owner, adopting agile practices to deliver increased value to the small-to-midsize businesses, not-for-profits, ministries of government, and Crown corporations who look to Regroove as their trusted Microsoft cloud technology guides.
In this presentation, "Leadership in Crisis: Managing Projects in Your Operations", Dr. Dominguez will have you imagine a point of crisis and the phenomenological response that occurs when you emerge from a liminal space with courage.
He will ground the scope of projects within operations and align them with the organization’s strategy before contrasting some well-known pre-crisis leadership styles with crisis leadership styles, and then challenge you to build resilience before a crisis occurs.
Brian's applied experience and related studies have involved operations, supply chain management, organizational and strategy development since leaving the military in 1997. He is a life-long learner and has results-oriented management experience working in organizations ranging from 12-500+ million in revenues. Brian is a systems thinker and is always interested in how systems and their components can be improved. He is a Certified Operations Manager, maintains a professional designation in production and inventory management (CPIM), and a Master of Arts in Leadership that includes personal, team and organizational change and development. Brian's doctoral research investigated productivity, sustainability, and organizational performance. Brian is a natural and technical leader with demonstrated experience, advising executive management on operational strategies, overseeing capital equipment and facility projects, building teams, and operational performance improvements. He has held various management roles with human, financial, operations, and planning responsibilities. Brian enjoys working on identifying, analyzing, designing, and implementing operational improvements. As a life-long learner, Brian’s motto is “learn and apply, learn and apply”, focussing on best practices and results.
Feel free to log in 15 minutes early if you would like to do a tech check!
|Event Date||10-22-2020 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||10-22-2020 7:50 pm|
|Registration Start Date||09-21-2020|
|Cut off date||10-22-2020 11:55 pm|
|Individual Price||Free for PMI-VI members|