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Impact of Disruptive Technologies on Management: Leading Your Team to Cope and Thrive

IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society SCV/SF/OEB Joint Chapter

Wednesday, June 6, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)

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IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society (TEMS)
Santa Clara Valley / San Francisco / Oakland-East Bay Joint Chapter (TechManagers.org)
Texas Instruments Conference Center, 2900 Semiconductor Drive, Santa Clara

Impact of Disruptive Technologies on Management:
Leading Your Team to Cope and Thrive

IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society (IEEE TEMS) has a special interest in supporting the needs of industry. For that reason, the Santa Clara Valley Chapter of IEEE TEMS invite you to join us for a full-day workshop on June 6th, 2018 with focused topics and panels to get inspired, learn about the latest trends in managing disruptive technology, and network with peer managers and technologists. The focus is on industry lessons “from the trenches” and practical actionable advice.

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

8:30 AM 9:00 AM: Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:00 AM: Keynote: “Building a Civilized Workplace” (more)
+++ - Prof. Robert Sutton, GSB, Stanford Univ.
Session 1: Addressing Disruption with Your Team
+++ Chair: Rafael Betancourt, Synaptics, “Updating the Model” (more)
9:40 AM: “Acquisitions and Acqui-Hires: Doing it Right”
+++ – Jim Green, Cisco (prev. Composite Software)
10:00 AM: “Your New Acquisition: Proper Care and Feeding” (more)
+++ – Jessica Verrilli, Google Ventures (prev. Twitter)
10:20 AM Coffee/Tea Break (15min.)
10:35 AM: “A Bridge Too Far? Managing Technology Overreach” (more)
+++ – Orin Laney, Atwood Research
10:55 AM: “Recognizing and Addressing Software Disruption on IT” (more)
+++ – Paul Trompeter, Cognizant Technology Solutions
Session 2: Cloud-based Project Management Tools for the Enterprise
11:15 AM: “Wrike: Speed and Efficiency for Co-located and Distributed Groups” (more)
+++ – Roberto Wantland, Sr. Strategic Customer Success Manager, Wrike
11:35 AM: “Facebook Workplace: connecting and transforming your workplace”
+++ – TBD, Facebook
11:55 AM: “Zoho Projects: Making Business Projects More Productive & On Time”
+++ – Nishant Patel, CEO & Founder, Raw Engineering
12:05 PM: “Microsoft Teams: Enterprise-class Communications”
+++ – TBD, Microsoft
12:30 PM - 1:15 PM Lunch
+++ Sandwiches and drinks, with conversations
Session 3: Team Disruption in an Unequal World: Diversity, Discrimination, and Harassment
1:15 PM: “It's Not About Gender: Hierarchies are Dysfunctional by Design” (more)
+++ – Kimberly Wiefling, Wiefling Consulting
1:40 PM: “Customer and Market Insight as Fuel for Innovation and Disruption” (more)
+++ Ellen Grace Henson, Marketing Mechanics
2:00 PM: “A New Model of Human Values for Motivating Innovation” (more)
+++ – Oliver Yu, Ph.D., CEO, STARS Group
2:30 PM Coffee/Tea Break (15min.)
Session 4: Training Your People: Skills Mastery for Engineers, Managers
2:50 PM: “Just-in-Time 1-Day Training in Needed Skills” (more)
+++ - Sue Smith, Effective Training Associates
3:15 PM: “Technical Training, Certificates for Working Engineers, Managers”
+++ - Benjamin Ting, Program Chair, UC-Santa Cruz Extension
3:35 PM: “Lifelong Technical Learning: Advanced Degrees” (more)
+++ - Dr. Alexandar Zecevic, Assoc. Dean, Santa Clara University
4:00 PM: Adjourn, Networking

Breakout Sessions (Follow-up on Sessions 2 and 3)
1:00 PM: Project Management Tool Demonstrations
+++ Demos and Q&A: Wrike, Teams, Workplace, Zoho
3:00 PM: Experiencing the Impact of Hierarchy: 4 People, 3 Levels, 10 Minutes (more)
+++ - Kimberly Wiefling, Wiefling Consulting

Join us to learn from speakers from Silicon Valley's finest technology companies. Our program will focus on the challenges of developing your startup, managing the forefront of technology, useful tools, and more.

IEEE SCV Technical Co-sponsors: Computer Society, Vehicular Technology Society, Electronics Packaging Society, Communications Society, Circuits & Systems Society Chapters.
Other Technical Co-sponsors: Silicon Valley Engineering Council (AIChE, ASCE, ASM International, ASME, AUVSI, EAA, INCOSE, ITU, NATEA, SAE, SCVSEFA, SAMPE, SME, STC, SWE), TiE, and ACM.
Corporate Sponsor: Texas Instruments

Have questions about Impact of Disruptive Technologies on Management: Leading Your Team to Cope and Thrive? Contact IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society SCV/SF/OEB Joint Chapter

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Texas Instruments Conference Center
2900 Semiconductor Drive
Building E
Santa Clara, CA 95051

Wednesday, June 6, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)


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