R4OT - Turning Great Ideas into Results
Join this PMI Regional Community & Practitioners for this Region 4 Organizational Transformation Series - Register for one, a few, or all 8 sessions in the series! Registrants must finish all sessions by 12/31/2020 in order to earn an entry into the drawing for the Micro-credential.LEARN MORE
Series Closing Keynote from Brightline Initiative
We’re closing our PMI Region 4 Organizational Transformation Series (R4OT) by reflecting upon what we’ve learned and how to continue applying principles & practices along the transformation journey. This is the last event in our series of Organizational Transformation practicioners’ sessions for our Region, with Closing Keynote presented by Tahirou Assane Oumarou, Director of the Brightline Initiative.
The Brightline™ Initiative is a coalition dedicated to creating a platform that will offer CXOs insights and solutions to bridge recurring and expensive gaps between strategy development and implementation.
Win a Seat to the PMI Transformation Micro-Credential Program! - Attend 8 sessions this year and your name will be put in a drawing for a chance to win 10 more PDUs and a Transformation Badge (>$350 value). Registrants will have access to past recordings to still participate, must complete at by 12/31/2020 to earn an entry.
|Event Date||12-22-2021 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||12-22-2021 6:30 pm|
|Individual Price||Chapter Member - FREE | Guest - $10|
Tahirou Assane Oumarou has over 15 years of experience in leadership roles, civil engineering, strategy, transformation, and project management. As Director of the Brightline Initiative, Tahirou oversees the activities under the three benefit pillars of thought and practice leadership, networking, and capability building.
From 2013 to 2017, Tahirou worked as the deputy director of infrastructure and project management group in the United Nations Office for Project Services supporting the successful implementation of peacebuilding, humanitarian, and development projects around the world.
Prior to the United Nations, Tahirou was a senior project manager with the Ministry of Transportation in Ontario where he provided technical capabilities and expertise to ensure excellence in the delivery of complex highway projects with multi-disciplinary teams.