Virtual Think Tank Series
Making Virtual Work Work for the Long Term
Friday, October 2, 2020 • 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM (EDT)
Flex Work describes how you work, when you work, and where you work. Whether you have employees at home part of the time or 100% of the time, virtual work is here to stay. Join us for an interactive discussion in best practices on building a successful flex work model for the long-term. We will cover three main topics when it comes to sustainable flex work: (1) engagement and culture, (2) leadership, and (3) work design and process effectiveness.
Eric Michrowski is a globally recognized thought leader and guru in Operational Performance & Transformations and Culture Change. A highly sought-after Executive speaker on the global stage, he has led executive training programs, coached the C-Suite, and connected with thousands of Fortune 500 senior leaders. He has been featured on TV, in articles, and Podcasts and has an upcoming ForbesBooks book to be published this year. His approach is anchored in evidence-based research and practical applications in Human Performance, Process Excellence, and Organizational Change. He brings over 25-years hands-on experience across a range of industries with a long list of operational achievements.
Dr. Madison Hanscom uses her expertise in organizational science to diagnose problems and build solutions. With years of experience in applied research, Madison uses her knowledge in statistical and methodological training to design and administer assessments in the areas of organizational culture and operational excellence. Madison enjoys translating data for practical use and working with clients to create better workplaces.
Dale Lawrence is a veteran of driving Operational Excellence and Process Transformations across a wide range of businesses. With a customer-minded approach, he helps Propulo’s clients optimize their processes for bottom-line results. Dale has held Continuous Improvement Leadership roles in two large organizations previous, and has extensive experience in driving process transformation including success in supply chain, retail operations, telecommunications, procurement, energy providers, call centers, financial institutions and construction organizations. His award-winning work has been recognized at the Process Excellence Awards as the Best Project (2012). Dale speaks, blogs and writes articles on process excellence among other topics.