Things that Secretly Sabotage Projects and Teams -Cognitive Bias
(Lexington, NC, September 28, 2018) – Cognitive biases are always at work, playing dirty tricks behind our perceptions. Jon M. Quigley, Founder and Principal, Value Transformation, will address this issue in his latest presentation, “Things that Secretly Sabotage your Project and Team” to be held on Thursday, October 4, 2018 from 07:00 pm to 07:50 pm at Turbine Hall, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Project managers and teams of all organizations have experienced this common conundrum: their team members are capable, intelligent and well equipped, yet do things that appear to make no sense. The signs of bias at work here are hard to see, but that is most likely the case.
In his talk, Jon Quigley will reveal how cognitive bias impacts work, the most common biases we are likely to be affected by, and how they influence selection of strategies, team development, and other areas. The takeaway from the session will include ways to transform a group of individuals into a whole that is larger than its parts.
Jon Quigley is a PMP and CTFL certified coach and mentor with over 20 years of experience in product development (from embedded hardware and software to project management). He has seven US patents to his name and several outside the US, and has won awards such as the Volvo-3P Technical Award (2005) and the Volvo Technology Award (2006). Jon has co-authored over 10 books on project management and agile topics.
Value Transformation offers flexible coaching and training to managers and key technical staff in specific product and project management areas. The company uses one-on-one mentoring aimed to grow talent, improve outcomes, and upgrade individual competencies. The team handles quick problem solving in case of process or product failures, and handles team development using a variety of approaches with concrete objectives.
Among its achievements, Value Transformation has enabled companies to save millions of dollars in quality and cost improvements related to products and processes. It has also assisted in developing intellectual property to improve revenue streams. The company’s expertise ranges across product development, project management, agile and lean, TQM, etc.
Event at a glance:
When: Thursday, October 4, 2018 from 07:00 pm to 07:50 pm
Where: Turbine Hall | Bailey Power Plant at 486 Patterson Avenue, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States, 27101
Cost: This is a free event!
Contact: Venture Café, Winston-Salem
For more information, please visit: www.valuetransform.com
Value Transformation LLC
Jon M Quigley
Lexington, NC 27292