Reboot: Successful Organization Evolution w/ special guests Scott Kincaid & Mary Cook

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Lou Russell's guest, Mary Cook, RMA Facilitator Extraordinaire, has been working with a private college to evolve their support organizations into trimmer, more efficient and customer-centric organizations to help the university meet its strategic goals. Starting with IT and branching into other support areas, Mary has used surveys, profiles, assessments, facilitated sessions and blood, sweat but no tears to identify where each organization is now, and how jobs must change to become the future organization required to drive university success.

These projects follow the following process:

• Pre-Project Planning / Charter: establish the business concept, expectations, scope
• Discover: establish the current state including strengths and opportunities for improvement
• Initial Design: Leverage an organizational survey and talent audits to create a high level gap analysis
• Detailed Design: Benchmark key positions to create new hiring and succession planning models
• Final Design: Create a proposed strategy for phased roll-out of new organization

This session will be part sharing of the Project Plan and how the ‘real’ project went. It will also include Q&A with key roles on the project.

About Lou Russell
Lou Russell is President and CEO of L+EARN and Russell Martin & Associates. Both are consulting and training companies focused on improving business results. Lou and her staff deliver learning experiences that are fun, flexible, fast and measurable. She believes that learning and earning go hand in hand. From improving admission numbers to growing faculty and improved retention, she can help you ensure that students achieve their educational and career goals while you meet your business goals. She focuses on faculty development, retention and recruitment of students, project management, leadership and organizational learning opportunities.
Lou is the author of The Accelerated Learning Fieldbook and Project Management for Trainers, IT Leadership Alchemy, Leadership Training, Training Triage and her newest book The 10 Steps of Successful Project Management. She is a frequent contributor to CCA's The Link, Computer World, Career College Central and Inside Indiana Business, among others, and publishes the monthly Learning Flash electronic newsletter. Lou is also the author of The People Side of Project Management, part of the Villanova Advanced Project Management certificate program. A popular speaker, Lou addresses national and international conferences such as the Career College Association, ACCET, Training 2008, Project Management Institute, Project World, LotuSphere, ASTD and the Society of Information Management (SIM).

About Mary Cook
Mary Cook is an organizational development consultant who works with leaders and teams across private, public and voluntary organizations. She has over fifteen years experience in meeting facilitation, leadership training and team development, strategy de

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Reboot: Successful Organization Evolution w/ special guests Scott Kincaid & Mary Cook

  1. 1. TrainingMagNetwork presents a complimentary webinar Reboot: Successful Organization Evolution w/ special guests Scott Kincaid & Mary Cook Lou Russell, CEO, Russell Martin & Associates Mary Cook, Organizational Development Consultant Scott Kincaid, Chief Information Officer, Butler University Date: Thursday, October 11, 2012 Time: 10:00AM Pacific / 1:00PM Eastern (60 Minute Session) REGISTER or VIEW RECORDING: http://bit.ly/P4V1Hz
  2. 2. Session Description:Lou Russells guest, Mary Cook, RMA Facilitator Extraordinaire, has been working with a private college to evolve their support organizations into trimmer, more efficient and customer-centric organizations to help the university meet its strategic goals. Starting with IT and branching into other support areas, Mary has used surveys, profiles, assessments, facilitated sessions and blood, sweat but no tears to identify where each organization is now, and how jobs must change to become the future organization required to drive university success. REGISTER or VIEW RECORDING: http://bit.ly/P4V1Hz
  3. 3. These projects follow the following process:• Pre-Project Planning / Charter: establish the business concept, expectations, scope • Discover: establish the current state including strengths and opportunities for improvement • Initial Design: Leverage an organizational survey and talent audits to create a high level gap analysis • Detailed Design: Benchmark key positions to create new hiring and succession planning models • Final Design: Create a proposed strategy for phased roll-out of new organization This session will be part sharing of the Project Plan and how the ‘real’ project went. It will also include Q&A with key roles on the project. REGISTER or VIEW RECORDING: http://bit.ly/P4V1Hz
  4. 4. About Lou Russell Lou Russell is President and CEO of L+EARN and Russell Martin & Associates.Both are consulting and training companies focused on improving businessresults. Lou and her staff deliver learning experiences that are fun, flexible,fast and measurable. She believes that learning and earning go hand in hand.From improving admission numbers to growing faculty and improvedretention, she can help you ensure that students achieve their educationaland career goals while you meet your business goals. She focuses on facultydevelopment, retention and recruitment of students, project management,leadership and organizational learning opportunities. REGISTER or VIEW RECORDING: http://bit.ly/P4V1Hz
  5. 5. Lou is the author of The Accelerated Learning Fieldbook and ProjectManagement for Trainers, IT Leadership Alchemy, Leadership Training,Training Triage and her newest book The 10 Steps of Successful ProjectManagement. She is a frequent contributor to CCAs The Link, ComputerWorld, Career College Central and Inside Indiana Business, among others, andpublishes the monthly Learning Flash electronic newsletter. Lou is also theauthor of The People Side of Project Management, part of the VillanovaAdvanced Project Management certificate program. A popular speaker, Louaddresses national and international conferences such as the Career CollegeAssociation, ACCET, Training 2008, Project Management Institute, ProjectWorld, LotuSphere, ASTD and the Society of Information Management (SIM). REGISTER or VIEW RECORDING: http://bit.ly/P4V1Hz
  6. 6. About Mary Cook Mary Cook is an organizational development consultant who works withleaders and teams across private, public and voluntary organizations. Shehas over fifteen years experience in meeting facilitation, leadership trainingand team development, strategy development, and coaching leaders.Mary has worked with organizations on strategic staffing, successionplanning, and strategy development and execution. She is certified in theDISC behavioral styles, Workplace Motivators®, Emotional Quotient® andTriMetrix® Job Benchmarking and Talent Assessment System and uses avariety of other assessments for 360 feedback, cultural and team insights,and job benchmarking. She also has over twenty years’ leadershipexperience in the healthcare field in the areas of sales, marketing, humanresources, quality, and information system implementation. REGISTER or VIEW RECORDING: http://bit.ly/P4V1Hz
  7. 7. She enjoys working with teams to assess their cohesiveness as highperforming organizations and then facilitating them as a group, as well ascoaching them one-on-one, to appreciate the value of diverse thoughts andapproaches. Mary is passionate about helping others reach their potentialand the desired organizational goals. REGISTER or VIEW RECORDING: http://bit.ly/P4V1Hz
  8. 8. About Scott Kincaid Scott Kincaid is the Chief Information Officer at Butler University and isresponsible for IT strategies and services for administrative and academiccomputing. Butler University, a private liberal arts college serving some4,600 students in Indianapolis, Indiana, is currently ranked the 2nd bestuniversity in the Regional Universities Midwest category by U.S. News &World Report; Butlers MBA program was ranked 8th in the Midwest and36th in the nation by BusinessWeek magazine. REGISTER or VIEW RECORDING: http://bit.ly/P4V1Hz
  9. 9. Prior to his work at Butler, Scott held various leadership roles, including CIO,at OneAmerica, a diversified financial services company with $15 billionunder management. Scott also has held IT roles at Evansville-VanderburghSchool Corp. and the University of Evansville, and taught as an adjunct facultyat IU Kelley School of Business-Indy campus, University of Evansville, andButler University. REGISTER or VIEW RECORDING: http://bit.ly/P4V1Hz

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