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Wednesday, June 10
 

9:00am EDT

Social Super Glue: How to Create a Culture that Strengthens Your Team During Crisis
Leading through a crisis can be brutal.  Your team is dealing with uncertainty, stress and duress. In this insightful and energized presentation, Kris Boesch weaves valuable content, enlightening stories and tangible tools to create “social super glue” that is foundational to holding a team together in crisis. This is cultural savviness at a whole new level. Participants will learn how to create voluntary collaboration, camaraderie and connection amongst their teams. This "glue" results in perseverance through tough times, inspiration to go the extra mile and the fortitude to sustain a positive and successful work environment.

Speakers
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Kris Boesch

CEO, Choose People
Kris Boesch is the CEO and Founder of Choose People, a company that transforms company cultures, increases employee happiness and boosts the bottom-line. The Choose People 360° Culture Audit is based on over 1000 hours of research conducted with the Industrial Organizational Psychology... Read More →


Wednesday June 10, 2020 9:00am - 10:10am EDT
On Demand
  General Session

10:35am EDT

Digital Transformation Is Not Optional
Most organizations are aware of the need to transform in order to remain both relevant and competitive in the new digital economy. But awareness and action are different, and sometimes it takes a crisis such as Covid-19 to trigger action.

The reality for many organizations is that their next crisis - caused by the emergence of new business models - could be far more significant and less forgiving if an adequate transformation of their business has not already been achieved.

Rob Llewellyn will elaborate on why no CEO can afford to undermine the legitimate transformation of their business, along with some of the steps they can take to create the new future their organizations need.

Speakers
avatar for Rob Llewellyn

Rob Llewellyn

Founder and CEO, CXO Transform
Impartial and internationally respected, Rob has enabled some of the world’s best-known firms generate commercial value from people, processes and technology, and helped turn managers and leaders into transformation masters. His place in the transformation space resulted in the... Read More →


Wednesday June 10, 2020 10:35am - 11:35am EDT
On Demand
  General Session

11:45am EDT

Leadership in Times of Uncertainty
Leadership in Times of Uncertainty will expose past, present and future world disasters and transformations that trigger the necessity of capable people (leaders) to manage change and ambiguity during and after crisis. Not everyone is born a leader, but anyone can become one. The presentation will challenge the audience to question themselves, “What do I need to do to become a leader?”. “What capabilities and skills do I need to be a leader?”. Moreover, the speech will explore methods on Emotional intelligence and tools around a collective intelligent framework, that will help become a world class leader, will help keep the momentum up to survive the repetitive cycles of transformation and crisis; and will react to preserve the calmness of people in difficult times.

Speakers
avatar for Fabiola Maissonnier

Fabiola Maissonnier

Project Manager, Schlumberger
Fabiola Maisonnier is currently based in France and works as Change and Commercialization Manager in Schlumberger, leading remote teams all over the globe. She is skilled in IT Service Delivery, Project Portfolios, Change Management and IT Management. With strong program and project... Read More →


Wednesday June 10, 2020 11:45am - 12:45pm EDT
On Demand
  General Session

1:20pm EDT

Rapid Response in a Pandemic: Projects to the Rescue
In this special live dialogue, two extraordinary leaders will share how they sprung into action when Covid-19 swept into the United States, pivoting to projects to help meet unexpected needs.

+Charles Best, CEO of Donors Choose, a technology platform that's funded more than 1 million projects for public school teachers, now helping under-resourced students in lockdown via its Keep Kids Learning project

+ Jennifer Pahlka, former US Deputy CTO in the White House, co-founder of United States Digital Response, providing volunteer tech-and-talent support to state and local governments grappling with Covid-19

+ Moderator: Bob Safian, host of podcast Masters of Scale: Rapid Response.

Moderator
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Robert Safian

Founder, The Flux Group
From leadership positions at Fast Company, Time, and Fortune to incisive analysis across TV networks and digital platforms, Bob Safian has been lauded as a source of deep insight on the future of global enterprise. When the coronavirus pandemic struck, Safian was tapped by numerous... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Charles Best

Charles Best

CEO, DonorsChoose
Charles Best is the CEO and founder of DonorsChoose, the leading platform for giving to public schools. Charles launched the organization in 2000 out of a Bronx public high school where he taught history for five years. Teachers across America use the site to create projects requesting... Read More →
avatar for Jennifer Pahlka

Jennifer Pahlka

Executive Director, Code for America
Jennifer Pahlka is the founder and executive director of Code for America. She served as the U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy from 2013–2014, where she architected and helped found the United States Digital Service... Read More →


Wednesday June 10, 2020 1:20pm - 2:20pm EDT
On Demand
  General Session

2:30pm EDT

Columbia: Legacy and Lessons Learned
Columbia: Legacy and Lessons Learned takes you back in time on a journey to 2003 as Columbia returns from its ill-fated 28th mission into space. Experience the emotional and physical recovery from the STS-107 accident and engage in an extensive conversation on an array of powerful lessons on Project Leadership and Team Building that Columbia teaches us today.

This experience is brought to you by NASA’s new Apollo Challenger Columbia Lessons Learned Program (ACCLLP). ACCLLP is the Agency’s innovative effort to reimagine, reintroduce and effectively share the lessons learned from its history with an eye towards ensuring our future mission success.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Ciannilli

Michael Ciannilli

Manager, NASA Apollo Challenger Columbia Lessons Learned Program, NASA
Michael “Mike” Ciannilli is the agency’s manager of the Apollo, Challenger, Columbia Lessons Learned Program. He assumed this role in 2016, and is responsible for innovatively and effectively sharing the lessons of the past to help ensure future success.As manager of this agency... Read More →


Wednesday June 10, 2020 2:30pm - 3:30pm EDT
On Demand
  General Session

3:40pm EDT

Powering the Project Economy and the Future of Work
In an increasingly complex and fast-moving global economy, the nature of work itself is changing. We see technologies like artificial intelligence and major global challenges, like the current Covid-19 pandemic, reshaping how projects are delivered around the world. Individuals, organizations, academia and governments are all striving to achieve relevance and bring complex strategies to life.

This year's virtual event will welcome the Project Management Institute’s Michael DePrisco, Vice President, Global Experience & Solutions to share his insights on the world's shift toward projectization and new ways of working. Michael will share his perspective on the global trends impacting how work gets done - and the role that the PMI community is playing to prepare both individuals and their organizations to become future-proof in a time of continuous change.

Speakers
avatar for Michael DePrisco

Michael DePrisco

Vice President, Global Experience & Solutions, PMI
As PMI Vice President, Global Experience & Solutions, Michael (Mike) DePrisco provides executive leadership to the Product, Services, Events & Content organization for a global team that supports more than 900,000 active certification holders, 560,000 members and 300 chapters from... Read More →


Wednesday June 10, 2020 3:40pm - 4:40pm EDT
On Demand
  General Session