This webinar is broken down to take you on a journey from understanding the necessary culture of leading organizations, to why such a culture brings leading success, to tools and strategies that you can utilize to get started in shifting your organization's culture.
We begin with exploring the fundamental capabilities, characteristics and behaviours that are necessary for an organization to make true advances in performance, as documented in Steven Spear's book High-Velocity Edge. Then, insights will be shared from Daniel Pink's book Drive, to give an indication as to why these strategies work. We'll relate these lessons to what is currently happening in portfolio, program and project management, and then introduce some strategies to break from the trend of poor performance.
Over the past 20 years, Karen Chovan has worked in industry, saving her clients millions of dollars, while reducing risks to the environment, and increasing regulatory and community trust in their organizations.
Karen has incredible tenacity to overcome obstacles and find the right solutions to unique challenges. Trusted and recommended as a manager who can deliver results, Karen is a strategic leader with strengths in bringing data, information and siloed people together, to raise the awareness of risks and opportunities, and to quickly solve complex challenges and achieve transformational change.
Karen believes the greatest value can only be derived through common goals, healthy engagement, and collaboration to reduce wasteful practices. Open dialogue allows stakeholders to expose risks, gain a common understanding of multiple objectives, and discover improvement opportunities and solutions within the operations, projects, and developments for which they work.
Karen is the Principal of Enviro Integration Strategies, a Principal of the Shift2Lean, and a training partner with GPM Global (Green Project Management). She authors blogs and produces webinars on lean processes, sustainability, organizational change and the soft skills aspects of managing these.