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Requirements and Stakeholder Management Process

@ 12:30 pm ET
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    All sizes of business enterprises in our modern world are confronted with increasing levels of complexity.  Organizations, from large to small, are bombarded with competing priorities from a wide array of stakeholders.  How can organizations address this competition for resources and an efficient, logical and fair manner?

    Defense Acquisition University and Walsh College are pleased to provide a webinar that directly addresses this pressing topic. 

    The United States Department of Defense and the U.S. Automotive Sector are two examples of different sectors with very sophisticated organizations that face deep levels of stakeholder complexity.  We are pleased to welcome Dr. Thomas Bagwell from the Defense Acquisition University and Dr. Rick Radners from Walsh College to share insights on how they deal with these complex issues.

    Dr. Bagwell and Dr. Radners will share guiding principles and real-life examples of practices that allow their organizations reach strategic and tactical goals in a measurable and timely manner.  This presentation will be of great interest to executives and managers from all sorts of profit and non-profit enterprises.  Today's commercial world will continue to add complexity.  The best practices of the DoD and Automotive sectors will provide valuable insights that attendees can put into practice.  



    Dr. Tom Bagwell
    Professor of Program Management, Defense Acquisition University

    Dr. Tom Bagwell is a professor of program management for the Defense Acquisition University in the Midwest region, an adjunct professor at local universities in the state of Michigan, and an executive coach.  He is an experienced acquisition leader with almost 41years of experience in project management and engineering.  He has 30 years of leadership experience with small teams to large organizations and is a former member of the Army's Senior Executive Service (SES).  His current focus is on developing the next generation of acquisition professionals and leaders through teaching, coaching, consulting, and mentoring, with a goal of positively impacting acquisition programs and outcomes.



    Dr. Richard Radners
    Adjunct Faculty, Walsh College

    Dr. Richard Radners has 28+ years in the automotive industry across two major OEMs.  Along with Quality and Manufacturing experience, Dr. Radners has also taught various classes in statistics, research, and advanced problem solving for the last 16 years at Walsh College, and several other universities.  His diverse background in the automotive industry led him to both sides of the industry, sales and marketing, and a crossover to manufacturing and problem solving, currently sitting as a Master Black Belt within global manufacturing operations.  His current focus is developing and refining current and new problem-solving methodologies across the industry, applying analytical, convergent concepts that impact overall operations.  He enjoys mentoring students at all levels of the academic process including K-12 and the collegiate level.  Inspiring students to go after their interests is his greatest achievement.


    Who should attend? 
    This presentation will be of great interest to executives and managers from all sorts of profit and non-profit enterprises who want to learn more about managing competing priorities from a wide array of stakeholders.



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