Don’t miss out on the next PMI Chapter Meeting on April 20th, 2017. This is a supper meeting. Registration and networking begin at 5:00 PM!
Culture: The Key to Organizational Agility
In the language of sociotechnical organization design, every organization is a composite of the technical system by which it does its work, and the social system by which it governs the conduct of its work. In other words, every organization is the product of its processes and its culture.
The degree of an organization’s agility, then, is the product of the agility of its processes and the agility of its culture. In fact, experience teaches us that it is the organization’s culture that is the key to its agility. Yet, while designing and maintaining agile processes is an engineering discipline that is well understood, designing and maintaining an agile culture is a leadership discipline that is not well understood.
Would your company be interested in hosting a PMI Chapter Meeting? There is no cost to the company. Requirements would be to accommodate between 60-100 registrants. The Director of Logistics will work with your company café, if applicable, or arrange for catering services. This is an networking opportunity for your fellow project managers. For more details or answers to your questions, please contact Stephanie Dolan, Director of Logistics
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