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2019 Project Management Symposium

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Kari Mirabal

The Connection Coach

Tuesday, May 21st • 3:30 p.m. ‐ 4:45 p.m.

N.A.K.E.D Networking

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    Welcome to N.A.K.E.D NETWORKING, a new way to “expose” yourself to new business (and life) possibilities. Today’s competitive marketplace demands results and a powerful circle of influence can help you achieve your objectives. However, it’s easy to make excuses not to network or let yourself be fearful of the vulnerability-first attitude necessary to reach your goals. The easy-to-remember N.A.K.E.D. acronym explores this fear, how to overcome it, and how you can build and maintain professional networks to experience huge breakthroughs.

    Explore how N.A.K.E.D NETWORKING can help you shift your intention of getting ahead into real-world action. Get ready to interact with Kari through real world success stories, in-presentation polls, and have some fun along the way with this high-energy presentation that’s guaranteed to leave an impression!

    Biography

    Kari Mirabal, The Connection Coach, leads you to people, opportunity, ad profit. She is a Former IT recruiting company owner who challenges audiences to leverage the power of connection to build and maintain powerful professional networks. Kari has coached individuals and teams in several Fortune 500 companies, has appeared on multiple television networks sharing her knowledge, and has even given a TEDx presentation in early 2018.

    With her signature humor, bold approach, and unmistakable gumption, Kari keeps audiences engaged and encourages people to think differently. With decades of professional networking experience, and managing large teams this former IT recruiter shares her many successes and failures to give audiences a new perspective on taking risks, connectiion innovations, and the power of positive thinking.

    For audiences that are brave enough to accept the challenge, Kari gives them actionable tactics to employ in their daily life.

Travis Kelly

Vice President, External Affairs
Texas Central Partners, LLC

Wednesday, May 22nd • 9:30 a.m. ‐ 10:45 a.m.

Riding the Rails to Success

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    The design, construction, finance and operation of the state’s new high-speed passenger train line connecting Dallas and greater Houston is being overseen by Texas Central. The train, once fully operational, will connect these two great urban areas in just 90 minutes of travel time, with one stop in the Brazos Valley area.
    Using the safest and most efficient mass transportation technology in the world, Texas Central will deploy the Shinkansen N700-I Bullet Train. This train has operated for more than 50 years in Japan with a perfect record of no crashes and zero passenger fatalities or injuries from train accidents. This project will not rely on taxpayer grants and may serve as the model for future infrastructure projects.

    Biography

    A native Texan and graduate of Baylor University, Mr. Kelly is engaged in a number of transportation policy initiatives on behalf of the public and private sector clients of Dean International, Inc. Serving as the lead consultant to the Boards of Directors of both the Texas High-Speed Rail and Transportation Corporation and the South Central High-Speed Rail and Transportation Authority, Inc., Mr. Kelly is actively involved in monitoring and impacting emerging high-speed rail policies at the federal and state levels.

Mike Wheeler

Senior Vice President of Supply Chain and Chief Procurement Officer
Fluor Corporation

Tuesday, May 21st • 8:15 a.m. ‐ 9:30 a.m.

Project Management from Consulting to Construction

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    Risk and unknowable’s are part of every project, whether it’s managing a business process re-engineering project or a multi billion-dollar capital project. Getting your project successfully through the volatility, complexity and ambiguity requires clarity and purpose. We’ll talk about the tools and skills needed for you to deliver excellence.

    Biography

    Mike W. Wheeler is the Chief Procurement Officer for Fluor’s Supply Chain organization. He is responsible for procurement, contract management, material management, sourcing, travel services, logistics and export control for all Fluor business lines globally. He also has oversight of Fluor’s supply chain entity which is dedicated to selling quality, cost‐effective, stand‐ alone procurement services to midstream‐market clients. A key aspect of this includes Supply Chain’s sourcing solutions, which utilizes strategic supplier relationships in various emerging markets, including China and India.

    Wheeler has over thirty-five years of professional experience, including significant time spent in executive management consulting roles for the energy, construction and telecommunication industries. A portion of this time includes running his own consulting business, MW Wheeler & Associates located out of Dallas, Texas, which served the energy industry for supply chain management, operations and maintenance, capital optimization and business process reengineering. In business, Wheeler values driving tangible and sustainable results that influence improved operation capabilities and enhanced performance.

    In a previous role, Wheeler successfully led the procurement and contracting transformation for Reliance Industries Ltd., executed out of Mumbai, India. His portfolio includes leadership experience from various international companies that represent a wide range of industries – including A.T. Kearney, Gemini, CSC and Boeing – allowing Wheeler to bestow a wealth of industry knowledge and a global mindset to Fluor’s Supply Chain organization.

    Wheeler earned his bachelor’s degree in business and computer science from Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Wheeler was a board member and chairperson for the Dallas Arts District Friends for over 6 years, where he promoted the arts in downtown Dallas. He has chaired fundraising committees for United Way and Boys and Girls Club of America. Wheeler is a Boys and Girls Club of America National Trustee for the Southwest Region and a member of the University of Texas at Dallas Dean’s Advisory Council for the Jindal School of Management.

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Stacey Cellier

Vice President, Project Management Operations
Solis Mammography

Wednesday, May 22nd • 8:00 a.m. ‐ 9:15 a.m.

Legos and Mousetraps – Avoiding Common PM Pitfalls

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    Take an amusing journey through some cringe-worthy moments and lessons learned the hard way on the path to becoming a project management leader in a VUCA world. You will learn how to recognize the flypaper practices that will hold you back as a project manager and PMO leader through true stories and experiences, understand how to be the “in demand” service in your organization, and hear the keys to developing relationships with your stakeholders that will last. Stacey will cover topics such as:

    • How to Wreck a Client Relationship in 3 Easy Steps
    • I Solved the Wrong Problem – Yay Me!
    • And, I have 49 Process Areas and I’m not Afraid to Use Them!

    Stacey is currently leading a new EPMO in a healthcare system, overseeing all areas of project management in the organization, including joint venture partnership integrations, opening dozens of new facilities per year, and execution of the organizational strategic plan. With a background in both hands-on project management and PMO leadership, her project management experience ranges from eight-figure process and technology system change initiatives to construction and real estate projects to global product security projects. Her session will have a little something for everyone, especially if you have stepped on any of the same Legos or mousetraps in your career.

    Biography

    With over 20 years of experience in project management, operations, and business development, Stacey is a passionate leader and advocate for the impact a strong project management culture can have on an organization – especially in the rapidly changing world of healthcare. Armed with expertise in stabilizing start-up organizations and establishing PMOs, in her current role as Vice President, Project Management Operations at Solis Mammography, she is responsible for execution of the company’s strategic growth plan.

    Stacey’s leadership positions have included serving as Executive Committee member of the North American Security Products Organization (NASPO), where she directed a sub-committee on developing evaluation standards for anti-counterfeiting technologies, as well as numerous local non-profit board positions. She also founded the project management office for Invitation Homes, an $8B real estate and property management company, and established and led project management offices for companies in brand security and Fortune 200 healthcare.

    Stacey holds a PMP credential from the Project Management Institute, a Master Certification in Applied Project Management from Villanova University, a BS in Business Management from Western Governors University, and is currently pursuing an MBA through the UT Dallas Project Management Program.

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Carl Youngberg

Talent America

Wednesday, May 22nd • 1:00 p.m. ‐ 2:15 p.m.

Make Yourself Matter Building Trust

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    Trust lies at the heart of a functioning, cohesive team. No matter the task they face, there must be two factors as determined by Patrick Lencioni.

    1. A willingness to be completely vulnerable with one another
    2. Confidence among team members that their peers’ intentions are good and that there is no reason to be protective or careful around the team

    A good example of trust within a team is knowing that a big team task will not be dumped on your desk late on Friday. Team trust is about thinking of others.

    As Project Managers, where is our trust? And how can we build a network of trust within our team.

    Biography

    Carl Youngberg was born on a farm in Missouri, worked in a prison while in graduate school and served in the Peace Corps where he taught at the University of Honduras. He then began twenty-five years in luxury retail first at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York and across the country before joining Neiman Marcus in Dallas.

    Today, as a professional speaker, published author, and executive coach, Carl regularly presents programs and workshops to help business people make their ideas matter. He has found that all his life experiences have helped in his professional work and as a coach.

    Carl believes that nothing we have done in our lives is wasted. Everything has a purpose. His book “Make Yourself Matter” pulls on the experiences in the session and focuses them on where to go next. This newest chapter, “Building Trust” continues that theme.

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James W. Keyes

Chairman, Wild Oats Marketing LLC

Thursday, May 17th • 8:15 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

Leading the Innovation Process

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    Too often, innovation becomes a management “to do” item. A team is formed and tasked with “innovate”. The best innovation doesn’t come from “managing” the innovation process, but rather leading the innovation process.

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    Biography

    James W. Keyes is currently the Chairman of Wild Oats Marketing LLC and formerly chief executive to two Fortune 500 companies, Blockbuster Inc. and 7-Eleven, Inc.

    Keyes served from 2007-2011 as chairman and chief executive officer of Blockbuster Inc. (NYSE: BBI), one of the world’s leading providers of movie and game entertainment with reported worldwide revenues of over $5 billion and more than 7,000 stores throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia. At Blockbuster, he was able to diversify the offering to provide the Blockbuster customer access to their favorite movies in store, by mail, in kiosks and via the internet with Blockbuster OnDemand. He led a restructuring of the company and the successful sale of assets to Dish Networks, preserving over 19,000 jobs and providing continuity for the Blockbuster brand, its customers and its suppliers.

    A 21-year veteran of 7-Eleven Inc., (NYSE: SEI) the world’s largest chain of convenience stores, Keyes served as its president and CEO from 2000 through 2005. Under his leadership, the company experienced record sales and profits and implemented new retail systems technology that improved product assortment decisions in every store. He also ushered in a new era for 7-Eleven through the introduction of a host of new electronic services. Prior to serving as president and CEO, Keyes held a variety of positions at 7-Eleven, including chief financial officer and chief operating officer. Keyes retired from 7-Eleven upon the sale of the company in 2005.

    Keyes graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor’s degree from the College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts, attended the University of London and earned an MBA from Columbia University.

    He has served on numerous public and private boards and civic organizations including the Dallas Regional Chamber, the Dallas Citizens Council, and the Dallas Center for Performing Arts and served as Chairman of The Dallas Symphony Association. He recently completed a 9 year term on the national board of governors for the American Red Cross. Keyes currently serves as a member of the Board of Overseers of the Columbia School of Business and also serves on the boards of the Dallas Education Foundation and the Cooper Institute. A recipient of the Horatio Alger Award in 2005 and the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in 2008, Keyes was also the founder of the Education is Freedom foundation, which provides college scholarships for hard-working young students.

Chris Bhatti

Assistant Dean, Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, The University of Texas at Dallas

Thursday, May 17th • 3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

Leveraging Innovation and Entrepreneurship Across Academic and Programmatic Environments to Foster Cross-border Communications

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    UT Dallas is leading the field of entrepreneurship with Blackstone Launchpad; a specialized institute at the university that promotes cross-disciplinary academic and startup programs for students, faculty, staff, and entrepreneurial community. Blackstone Launchpad’s priorities include venture capitalizations for university research and launching new businesses founded by UT Dallas students, staff and faculty. You will learn how Blackstone Launchpad manages the intensely competitive field of entrepreneurship, venture capitalism, and how venture capitalism has exploded internationally.

    Leadership .50, Strategic and Business Management .50

    Biography

    Chris Bhatti is Assistant Dean for the Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science at The University of Texas at Dallas and responsible for executing the development, alumni relations and external relations strategy for the school. Prior to his current role, Chris was also the Director of External and Alumni Relations in the Office of the Dean at SMU’s Simmons School of Education. Chris was an integral part of the Simmons School Campaign that brought in the largest single gift in SMU’s 100 year history. Prior to SMU, Chris was a Science Instructor at The Hockaday School where he spent six years in the classroom teaching science and coaching Cross Country and track and field.

    Chris is an entrepreneur. In 2013, he co-founded Vissero Group, LLC, a global and diversified consulting firm focused on cross border transactions specific to real estate investments and successfully exited the company. In 2005, Chris founded a tutoring company, Mindful Learning, LLC, which worked in Dallas ISD and other school districts. In 2010, Chris successfully executed the sale of the company. Chris served as a Board Member to Group Excellence, the largest tutoring company in Dallas and 18th fastest growing company in D/FW in 2010 which was eventually sold to a local private equity firm.

    Chris is extensively involved in his community. He is on the Board of Trustees for the Dallas Education Foundation, IGNITE, and Educational Opportunities. He is currently on the TREC Advisory Board and the Leadership Dallas Program Committee. He serves on the SMU Alumni Board and Advisory Board for the SMU Hegi Career Development Center. He is the Advisory Board President for the Mayor’s Star Council has also been appointed by the Mayor’s Office to the City of Dallas Poverty Task Force and the City of Dallas Grow South Advisory Council. Chris is a Leadership Dallas Alum, member of the Dallas Assembly and a Presidential Leadership Scholar.

    Chris holds a Bachelor’s degree from Southern Methodist University, a Master’s in Teaching from The University of Texas at Dallas, a Master’s in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University and a Certificate in Dispute Resolution from Southern Methodist University.

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Bryan Chambers

Director, Blackstone LaunchPad

Thursday, May 17th • 3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

Leveraging Innovation and Entrepreneurship Across Academic and Programmatic Environments to Foster Cross-border Communications

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    UT Dallas is leading the field of entrepreneurship with Blackstone Launchpad; a specialized institute at the university that promotes cross-disciplinary academic and startup programs for students, faculty, staff, and entrepreneurial community. Blackstone Launchpad’s priorities include venture capitalizations for university research and launching new businesses founded by UT Dallas students, staff and faculty. You will learn how Blackstone Launchpad manages the intensely competitive field of entrepreneurship, venture capitalism, and how venture capitalism has exploded internationally.

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    Biography

    Mr. Chambers is a business development and investment professional experienced in portfolio management and venture capital transactions. Bryan is the Director of Blackstone’s Launchpad for the University of Texas at Dallas where he advises students, entrepreneurs, and early stage ventures. Bryan also serves as the Director of the UT Dallas Seed Fund and an adjunct professor for UTD’s top twenty ranked entrepreneurship department where he leads experiential learning for both graduate and undergraduate students.

    Since 2012 Bryan has been the President of Chambers Venture Capital, LLC and has been responsible for managing early stage venture capital investments in the internet and software technology sectors, as well as advisory services to various domestic and international institutional investment partners. Mr. Chambers has experience building successful investment partnerships and working in high growth businesses environments including ReachLocal Inc. once ranked one of the fastest growing #1 Deloitte Fast 500, #39 Inc. Fast 500, and achieved a successful IPO in May 2010. Previously, Bryan was the Director of Corporate Development for a mobile payments company where he led the teams fundraising, strategy, and enterprise partnerships including Apple, Microsoft, PayPal, and VeriFone, and an Associate Partner for a merchant banking firm in Dallas, TX where he successfully completed numerous transactions in the financial technology, media, and telecommunications sectors. Bryan is a Partner at Capital Factory, Executive Advisor to TechWeek, and an Engagement Director of the US China Investment and Innovation Summit. Chambers received his MBA from the University of Texas at Arlington.

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Angela Chen

Director of International Investor Relations, Chalak Mitra Group of Companies

Thursday, May 17th • 3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

Leveraging Innovation and Entrepreneurship Across Academic and Programmatic Environments to Foster Cross-border Communications

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    UT Dallas is leading the field of entrepreneurship with Blackstone Launchpad; a specialized institute at the university that promotes cross-disciplinary academic and startup programs for students, faculty, staff, and entrepreneurial community. Blackstone Launchpad’s priorities include venture capitalizations for university research and launching new businesses founded by UT Dallas students, staff and faculty. You will learn how Blackstone Launchpad manages the intensely competitive field of entrepreneurship, venture capitalism, and how venture capitalism has exploded internationally.

    Leadership .50, Strategic and Business Management .50

    Biography

    Angela Chen is the Director of International Investor Relations at Chalak Mitra Group of Companies. She is also the Vice President and Co-founder of Golden Fields (US) Holdings Corp, a real estate investment firm in Dallas.

    She specializes in international investor relations and foreign capital management. She has facilitated cross border transactions between the U.S. and China, India, Canada and Australia. Prior to joining Chalak Mitra Group, Angela was the Vice President of Investor Relations at FIG Tree Capital Ventures and Market Analyst at Encore Enterprise. Since 2012, Ms. Chen has organized and co-hosted many U.S. – China Investment Summits, focusing on cross border investment and technology transfer, where she has helped to provide platforms and solutions to companies from China and the United States, and has successfully raised millions of dollars of foreign investment capital used in the development of distressed areas in U.S. and the creation of hundreds of jobs.

    Ms. Chen currently serves as the President of the Chinese Association of Science and Technology Texas Chapter, and is a founding member of the Chinese Alumni Network at University of Texas at Dallas. She received her MBA degree in Finance and Real Estate at The University of Texas at Dallas, and Bachelor Degree in Finance from University of Macau.

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Robert S. Kaplan

President & CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Friday, May 18th • 8:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.

Economic Conditions and Key Challenges Facing the U.S. Economy

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    Mr. Kaplan will be discussing his experiences on corporate boards and foundations as it relates to innovation. In addition, he will share his views on the economy in Texas, the United States and the world. Additionally, Mr. Kaplan will discuss leadership lessons learned on the journey to becoming the 13th president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and answer questions about present day economic conditions and long-term challenges, the role and impact of the Federal Reserve System, and implications for project managers involved with capital innovation projects. As project managers, we have an obligation to our clients, peers and superiors to hold ourselves to a high standard of ethical conduct. But what does that really mean?

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    Biography

    Robert Steven Kaplan has served as the thirteenth president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas since September 8, 2015. He represents the Eleventh Federal Reserve District on the Federal Open Market Committee in the formulation of U.S. monetary policy and oversees the 1,200 employees of the Dallas Fed.

    Kaplan was previously the Martin Marshall Professor of Management Practice and a Senior Associate Dean at Harvard Business School.

    He is the author of several books, including What You Really Need to Lead: The Power of Thinking and Acting Like an Owner; What You’re Really Meant To Do: A Road Map for Reaching Your Unique Potential; and What to Ask the Person in the Mirror: Critical Questions for Becoming a More Effective Leader and Reaching Your Potential.

    Prior to joining Harvard in 2006, Kaplan was vice chairman of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. with global responsibility for the firm’s Investment Banking and Investment Management Divisions. Previously, he served as global co-head of the Investment Banking Division. He was also a member of the firm’s Management Committee and served as co-chairman of the firm’s Partnership Committee and chairman of the Goldman Sachs Pine Street Leadership Program.

    During his 23-year career at Goldman Sachs, Kaplan served in various other capacities, including head of the Corporate Finance Department, head of Asia-Pacific Investment Banking as well as head of the high-yield department in Investment Banking. He became a partner in 1990. Upon joining Harvard in 2006, Kaplan became a senior director of the firm.

    He serves as chairman of Project A.L.S. and co-chairman of the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, a global venture philanthropy firm that invests in developing non-profit enterprises dedicated to addressing social issues. He is also a board member of Harvard Medical School. Kaplan previously served on the boards of State Street Corporation, Harvard Management Company, Bed Bath & Beyond and Heidrick & Struggles International, Inc. He was also a trustee of the Ford Foundation, co-founding board chair of the TEAK Fellowship, co-founder and chairman of Indaba Capital Management, LP and chairman of the Investment Advisory Committee at Google, Inc.

    Kaplan was appointed by the Governor of Kansas as a member of the Kansas Health Policy Authority Board.

    Born and raised in Prairie Village, Kansas, Kaplan received a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from the University of Kansas and a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard Business School.

Jayadev Gopinath

General Manager, Advanced Tech, Platforms, Innovation, Data & Analytics, Toyota Motor North America

Friday May 18th • 9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.

Driving Innovation in the Digital Economy

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    Jayadev Gopinath, will explain how Connected Technologies including Connected Car and Connected Factories are impacting the Automotive Industry and how Toyota North America is leveraging these trends and the resulting data/analytics to drive innovation and efficiency allowing Toyota to have closer connection with its customers, dealers, and partners.

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    Biography

    Jayadev (Jay) Gopinath is General Manager – Advanced Technologies, Innovation, Data & Analytics for Toyota Motor North America. In this role, he is responsible for enabling technology, data and analytics to drive innovation and efficiency allowing Toyota to have closer connection with its customers, dealers, and partners. Towards this, he is deeply involved in a number of initiatives such as Customer 360, Manufacturing Analytics, IOT, Product Quality Analytics and Connected Car.

    Jay has been with Toyota for 10 years. Prior to joining Toyota, Jay spent more than nine years with Hitachi Consulting where he oversaw the development and management of the Southern California and Arizona practices as a key member of the Pacific South West Leadership Team. Jay holds a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from the National Institute of Technology in India and a MBA from USC’s Marshall School of Business.

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Keynote Speakers

Peter Eckert
Co-Founder and Chief Experience Officer, Projekt 202
The Empathetic PM

J. Davidson Frame
Director, 2017 PMI Board of Directors
PMI’s 2017 Pulse of the Profession®

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Keynote Speakers

Nellson Burns
Vice President, Information Technology HollyFrontier
Eric Stettler
Partner, A.T. Kearney
Building a Strategic PMO: How HollyFrontier Accelerated Their Corporate Growth Strategy Using Industry Best Practices

James Snyder, MD, PhD
Founder, Project Management Institute
Reflections on the History of Project Management and the Project Management Institute

Karen Nocket
Vice President, Enterprise Services
Toyota Motors North America
Practical Basics for Standing Up A Project

Eric Bennett, CFA, CPA
Executive Director, Brain Performance Institute
Your Brain Performance

Keynote Speakers

David Hudson
FAIM, MAIPM, MIPMA, CPPD
The Human Capital Challenge for Projects

Don Kennerly
MD, PhD
Kennerly Healthcare Solutions
What Patient Safety Can Teach about Program Development and Project Management

William A Moylan
PhD, PMP, PMI Board of Directors 2008‐2013

Capturing the Value of Project Management

Nikunj Nirmal
Director (IT) & Shadow Board Member, Tech Mahindra
Agile and DevOpsTransformation

Vince Yauger
AIA, PMP
Building the Next-Gen University

Keynote Speakers

Michael DePrisco
VP of Academic & Education Programs – PMI
Pulse of the Profession

Andrew Bragg
Chief executive (APM),Vice-President (IPMA)
The Value of Project Professionalism

David Harvey
Senior Director of Network Planning and Performance, Southwest Airlines
Leading Change at Southwest Airlines

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Keynote Speakers

Russell Zapalac
Chief Planning and Project Officer
Texas Department of Transportation

CJ Walker Waite
Director, Project Management Institute
Demonstrating the Value of Project Managment

Jesus Martinez Almela
Vice President for Education
International Project Management Association
Local, Regional and Global Cultural Impact on Stakeholder Engagement

Walter Jones
Senior Vice President Parkland Hospital System
Mike Candler, PMP, TCDD, LEED AP
Project Manager, TEECOM
The New Parkland Hospital IT Implementation Project

Sean Goff,
Managing Director CBRE
Christine Seay
Senior Financial Analyst CBRE
Quantifying Value Creation for Our Clients

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Keynote Speakers

Robert Rausch, Developing Project Manager Measuring Capacity Metrics

Lewis Gedansky, Project Management for Distributed Teams, Building Success Across Borders

Stacy Goff, Tomorrow’s Five Greatest PM Challenges That We Must Solve Today

Mark Penny, Risks in High Profile and Technical Construction Projects

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Andy Rittler and John Hagan, LBJ Express Project
The LBJ Express Project

Bruce Gnade, Ph.D.
UT Dallas NSERL Building Project
Building Momentum: The UT Dallas NSERL Project

Shirley Edwards, PMI
Project Management as a Strategic Competency

Roberto Mori, IPMA
Human Factors: Which Key to Project Success?

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