Thu, October 29, 2020 10:00 A.M.
Regional Foundation Center
Parkway Central Library
This seminar is designed to address the following questions:
- Why should project outcome expectations be set and measured?
- What things should be measured?
- What are the barriers to establishing a measurement discipline?
- How can the barriers be overcome?
- What principles and techniques work best for outcome measurement?
Ray Hoving will share his experiences as a project manager and educator in an interactive session that connects with the participant situations.
This program is presented in partnership with RSVP VEC. VEC (Volunteer Executive Consultants) provides free managerial assistance to nonprofits through consulting and educational services, improving capacity and performance.
Ray retired from a 40 year career in Information Technology leadership. His last assignment was as Senior Vice President – Talent Management Solutions for the Bernard Hodes Group, which is part of Omnicom, a $16B marketing and media giant.
Prior to joining Hodes in 2008, Ray was an independent IT management consultant for 10 years. He specialized in aligning IT with business strategy, applications and infrastructure management best practices, and IT project excellence. In addition, he provided educational services to clients in areas such as project management, IT leadership, and executive education.
He had over 25 years of IT management experience, mostly with Air Products and Chemicals Inc, a global Fortune 250 manufacturer. His assignments included heading applications development, emerging technologies, and IT infrastructure services for the corporation. He served as CIO for a multi-billion dollar division of the company.
Ray is the Past-Chair of Lehigh’s Industrial and Systems Engineering Advisory Council. He was an Executive on Grounds for the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce. He was an Adjunct Professor for the MBA programs of Temple and Lehigh Universities, and has taught in the Wharton, MIT, Babson, UCLA, and UVA Executive Education programs.
Advance registration is required as space is limited. Please registrer online via Zoom. Meeting instructions will be emailed to you upon registration.
Thursday, October 29 | 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.