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Leading Distributed Teams UNDERSTANDING & OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES OF LEADING VIRTUAL TEAMS

Leading Distributed Teams UNDERSTANDING & OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES OF LEADING VIRTUAL TEAMS

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  1. 90 minute Webinar – September 4, 2013 Leading Distributed Teams UNDERSTANDING & OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES OF LEADING VIRTUAL TEAMS September 4, 2013 Offered two convenient times: 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM PDT 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM PDT Earn 1.5 PDUs Presented by: In 90 Minutes Learn: • How to make the decision to go global • Best practices to overcome challenges & obstacles to success • Tips & tricks leading distributed teams • Key enablers for global team success Webinar Leaders Authors of the book: Leading Global Project Teams Tim Rahschulte Associate Professor of Business & Executive Director of the Program Management Academy Jim Waddell Co-founder of the Program Management Academy 503-567-5398 www.programmanagement-academy.com

  2. Leading Distributed Teams The New Leadership Challenge September 4, 2013 Portland, Oregon For some firms, their globalization strategies have been well executed. For most however, senior leaders and their staff are realizing that good strategy is not good enough. Typically only 18% of companies claim success. Changes in globalization strategy have to be accompanied by changes in global execution. Within an organization, focus must quickly shift from the development and initiation of their globalization strategies to operational success in developing their products and services in a global model. The strategy to improve business results through globalization has become increasingly common. Success in reaping the business value intended from the globalization strategy is unfortunately not as common. The key to achieving improved business results does not hinge on strategies alone but also on our ability to effectively lead global product and service development teams to successfully execute these strategies. In this 90 minute webinar Tim and Jim will share with you the principles, methods, tips and techniques required to successfully introduce or advance the distributed team capability in your organization. 83% of companies have increased their globalization efforts • About the Instructors • Tim Rahschulte, PhD is a professional consultant, published author, university professor, and expert in the field of organizational change management. He has helped many organizations transition programs and build effective project management offices. Tim is the co-author of Leading Global Project Teams. • Jim Waddell is the co-founder and executive director of the Program Management Academy where he consults on the topics of program management and mergers and acquisitions.  He has held a variety of senior management positions, has been a speaker at numerous conferences, and is co-author of Program Management for Improved Business Results and co-author of Leading Global Project Teams. Only 18% of companies claim success Who Should Attend This webinar is designed for business managers, program managers, PMO directors, project managers, R&D directors and others in the organization who are seeking a better way to manage complex, business critical, distributed teams.

  3. Registration and Information 3 WAYS TO REGISTER • Webinar Details • DATES/TIME: The webinar will be held September 4, 2013 at two convenient times: 8:00AM PDT and 5:00PM PDT On-line: 8:00 AM PDT - 9:30 AM PDTClick Here to Register for this Event 5:00 PM PDT - 6:30 PM PDTClick Here to Register for this Event • WEBINAR FEE: $19.99. Fee includes access to Leading Distributed Virtual Team checklists to effectively lead and manage distributed teams. You will also receive 1.5 PDU’s for your attendance. • Internet: • www.programmanagement-academy.com • info@programmanagement-academy.com • GROUP DISCOUNT: A 50% group discount is available until August 20 if 3 or more registrants from the same organization. Use the promotion code WEB at registration to secure this promotion. • SAVE $: Attend the webinar and save (until October 1, 2013) a 10% discount on anything purchased on the PMA storefront – the promotion code will be given out at the conclusion webinar session. Call: 503-567-5398 About the Program Management Academy The Program Management Academy was created to help companies, organizations, and individuals better understand the principles of program and business management and to improve their practices. The primary goals of the Program Management Academy are:  (1) To increase the awareness of program management as a critical business function; (2) To provide training, coaching, and consultation for individuals, teams and organizations; and (3) To perform research and continued publication to further evolve program and business management practices worldwide.  503-567-5398 www.programmanagement-academy.com