Thursday, May 5, 2016, 12:00 p.m.
presented by Erika Flora

When teams get stuck on complex problems, it can torpedo a project’s success. Using games at work, however, can get teams thinking about problems in new ways, bring hidden ideas to the forefront, and get them quickly moving in the right direction. This session will incorporate a number of fun, interactive games to show the power of how games can enliven and empower a team to think in different ways, solve their own problems in hours not days, and dramatically increase cohesiveness and trust between team members.

About the Speaker:

Erika Flora, PMP
Erika is a Principal Consultant with Beyond20 (www.beyond20.com). She is an accomplished Program Manager who has led multiple IT Service Management (ITSM) and Enterprise Project Management (EPM) implementation projects for both large and small companies. She is a skilled writer, blogger, and presenter on a variety of technical and business topics and is passionate about Project Management. She has served on the board of directors for the San Diego and Phoenix chapters of PMI and was voted “Volunteer of the Year” by PMI International in 2007 for increasing PMI Phoenix’s volunteer base from 2 to 200 in a single year.

 

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