- Identify best practices for empowering future leaders to set strategic agendas
- Develop a culture of interactivity between stakeholders to increase quality and productive
- Identify the pitfalls that inhibit us from embracing and integrating AI into project management processes
Executive Director of Urban Impact and Project Learning, the Carl H. Lindner College of Business (COB) & Adjunct Professor in the Operations, Business Analytics & Information Systems (OBAIS) Department
Chanda Monroe-Williams, GB, PMP
Chanda founded CM-W Consulting in 2008 after 18 years of leading and managing strategic teams, programs, and initiatives for Fortune 500 & 100 companies, including GE Money and Great American Insurance. She leverages her Six Sigma, Project/Program Management (PMP), and Lean Manufacturing expertise to build strategic partnerships with corporate and private executive teams, including Standard Register, Toyota, and Procter & Gamble, to name a few. Her niche: Refining business strategies to achieve desired goals.
As the Executive Director of Urban Impact and Project Learning for the Carl H. Lindner College of Business (COB) and an Adjunct Professor in the Operations, Business Analytics, and Information Systems (OBAIS) Department. Chanda leads strategic partnerships and projects with community and inclusive excellence business partners under the Urban Impact Studio to assist them with capacity building and process improvement strategies. She sits on the COB's International Program and UC's Service-Learning Councils. She teaches courses such as Quality and Project Management, Operations Management, Supply Chain Management, Information Technology, IS Project Management, and Agile and Scrum. In addition to her UC role, Chanda is an Adjunct Professor and Co-Program Lead for Spelman College's eSpelman Project Management Certificate Program.