March 21-24, 2011 | Portland, Oregon
Please click here to view the SEPG North America 2011 program in a variety of ways:
Here is a snapshot of the daily conference activities:
Sunday, March 20: first-timers' orientation
Monday, March 21: tutorials, professional development workshops, exhibitor set-up and exhibit hall grand opening
Tuesday, March 22: keynote presentations, technical presentations, exhibit hall, gala reception
Wednesday, March 23: keynote presentations, technical presentations, exhibit hall
Thursday, March 24: technical presentations, professional development workshops
In accordance with this year's theme, The Power of Process, the SEPG North America 2011 technical program will focus on leveraging the power of process improvement. The four-day conference program will include a total of 13 tracks that cover a wide variety of topics via more than 100 presentations.
The robust conference program will offer all who attend smart ways to gain a competitive edge from performance improvement and training opportunities to increase their value to current and future employers.The topics address the interests of new professionals and seasoned practitioners alike whose job function includes appraisals, management, team/project leaders, process consultants, multi-model advocates, and more.
Now that the conference program is posted on our website (and during the conference), you can review the sessions and choose the ones that are targeted to your specific area of interest. Click here to review the list of personas to whom SEPG North America 2011 is focused.
To give a preview, here are descriptions of the topics that will comprise the enriching program, which will be released in early January 2011:
Learn more about managing and monitoring the bottom line through process improvement.
Explore how to develop and motivate teams and workforce.
Hear from experts about how to make the most of CMMI.
Find out more about combining models, frameworks, and standards.
Hear expert insights about getting started and being successful in process improvement.
Learn more about preparing for and surviving appraisals.
Get more information on achieving and maintaining high maturity practices.
Explore topics related to process improvement in small settings.
Explore topics related to process improvement in service settings.
It's not just a better mousetrap – explore issues related to changing behavior.
Gain insights on professional development topics.
Gain insights about topics related to resilience and cyber security.
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