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ACA Business Management and Leadership Academy for Pharmacists

ACA Business Management and Leadership Academy for Pharmacists

Designed specifically for independent pharmacies, this is the business training you can’t afford to miss. With 7.0 hours of CE credit, the Leadership Academy ONE-DAY BOOTCAMP will put your company on the path towards best-in-class performance with your own people, processes, and technology.

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Roundtable Discussion: ​American Indian & Alaskan Native Economic Impact Study

Roundtable Discussion: ​American Indian & Alaskan Native Economic Impact Study

American Indians and Alaskan Natives of Colorado contribute more than $1.5billion annually to the Colorado Economy. In a recent Economic Impact Study, commissioned and lead by Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs, Denver American Indian Commission and Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce, the numbers revealed that Colorado boasts more than 485 American Indian businesses,

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THE WESTERN PLANNER — Vote for Steadman People’s Choice Award for Article of the Year

THE WESTERN PLANNER — Vote for Steadman People’s Choice Award for Article of the Year

Vote for “Boom – Bust – Repeat: How an innovative new planning methodology takes aim at breaking this cycle for Western communities.” – By Brian E. Wilkerson
The winner will be announced at the 2015 WYOPASS/WP Conference, held August 18-21, 2015 in Laramie, Wyoming.
Download your free copy of Boom – Bust – Repeat: : How an innovative new planning methodology takes aim at breaking this cycle for Western communities!

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IA Forum Interview: Brian E. Wilkerson discusses Global Organization Agility

Check Out Our Most Recent Interview with Internal Affairs Forum…
Brian Wilkerson: To give you a couple of examples of this approach, back in when offshoring was all the rage, we were getting criticized for some of the reshoring we were doing. We looked at how we actually take advantage of economic incentives to actually bring a different focus back into the U.S. with cheaper prices for our manufacturing, better service, and better control.

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A 530inc Event — 2015 Organization Design: Getting Out of the Box to Increase Org. Agility

The focus on organization design has continued to increase. Organizations are seeking to optimize their structures to both undo some of the damage done by the economic crisis and position themselves for better performance and growth. But the traditional model of organization design needs to be modified. The traditional model consists of developing a new structure, implementing it in a large-scale change effort and then essentially “freezing” the structure. Then when that structure no longer works, another reorganization takes place. This is disruptive to the organization and doesn’t reflect today’s organizational realities. (2.5 HRCI Strategy Credits & 2.5 SHRM Credits)

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Presentation for Rocky Mountain Land Use — Bringing it All Home: The Local Role in Creating Integrated Strategies for Resilience

Resilience has come to the forefront of the Planner’s agenda. From floods and wildfires to economic challenges, the need to create resilient communities is great. But often the focus on resilience comes after some sort of disaster occurs. Resilience can be an integrated part of how communities plan and can bring a sustainable advantage in their economic development efforts. This presentation described an innovative approach for building resilience while also building an advantage for the community through a “Community First” planning approach. It explored how communities can identify priorities, align stakeholders, and measure the success of their efforts.

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PMI Keynote Event: Ready, Set, Change — Increasing Project Success through Effective Change Management

This workshop focused on a change management toolkit for project managers and will provide attendees with a set of practices and tools that they can ‎apply to their current and future projects. It included methods for assessing change needs, approaches to developing change strategies and tools for addressing the right levers to drive change. The workshop was highly interactive and attendees were encouraged to bring their real life change management challenges for discussion in the session.

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Keynote Speech: Using Analytics to Build Workforce Agility in Industry and Government

Military Operations Research Society (MORS) 2014 Industry Showcase Keynote Speaker: Brian E. Wilkerson Both government and industry are facing significant challenges in staffing. Decreasing budgets and increasing complexity drive these challenges but they are made more complex by changing workforce demographics and preferences rapid technological advancement, and the need for increased cross-functional skills. The first […]

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