Strategic Planning Models as Applied to Specific Market Sectors - Internal Practitioner's CoP

  • 22 Feb 2011
  • 7:00 AM - 8:29 AM
  • University of St. Thomas, 1000 LaSalle Ave., Terrence Murphy Hall #203
  • 29


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The MNODN is proud to be convening the Internal Practitioners Community of Practice (CoP) designed to meet the needs of internal change agents.

In this session, MNOD members will discover how to apply Blue Ocean Strategy as a generic model and strategic planning models appropriate to three specific market sectors 1) large and medium size organizations; 2) government and non-profits 3) entrepreneur and family owned business.

This presentation is the result of research by doctoral students at the University of St. Thomas and coaching by senior practitioners experienced in their market sector. A key take away from this session will include tools, techniques or practices needed to contribute when invited to a senior strategic planning session as internal OD practitioners.  Handouts and references materials will be provided.

About the Presenters

Tonya Hampton, Director, Human Resources  Office of Inclusion and Supplier Diversity is a member of Medtronic’s Human Resources Talent Development council and Medtronic’s Global Leadership Development working team. Prior to joining Medtronic in 2006, Tonya held a variety of HR roles at Fortune 500 companies and Employment Law role at a global law firm in Minneapolis, MN. The companies she has worked at include Accenture, Best Buy, Ecolab, Honeywell, Piper Jaffray and the law firm Dorsey and Whitney.
Tonya is experienced in organization development, change management, communications, diversity and inclusion, employee engagement, training and learning development, policy/practice implementation, talent acquisition, performance and talent management, total rewards and recognition, leadership coaching, consulting, employee relations, project management and planning, organization redesign/implementation, HR outsourcing, business acquisitions and reorganizations.

Debra Lindh is an entrepreneur and inventor holding a U.S. patent and several trademarks which she used to start a business venture. She has provided consulting for over 10 years in a variety of industries including government, manufacturing, health care, financial services, technology, automotive, and aerospace. Debra has received multiple awards and recognition as an entreprenuer and inventor including representing the State of Minnesota in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Faces of IP where she was an honored guest and panelist with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Intellectual Property Summit. 
A featured inventor in Inventor’s Digest, Debra has delivered presentations on the topics of entrepreneurism, innovation, and intuitive business strategy to local and national audiences.

Amy Jauman is the Field Training and Development Manager for SmartStyle Division of Regis Corporation. She works primarily with managers who have transitioned from interacting with staff in a traditional salon environment to managing multiple geographically dispersed salon locations. She conducts over 150 training sessions annually that focus on how to motivate and educate cosmetology students, stylists and salon managers on site and remotely. Her expertise includes demonstrating how experiential education techniques can be applied in various business settings to maximize adult learning. Amy also writes supplemental training materials for Cengage Learning and Milady Publishing.

We have limited registration for 40 members.

No RSVP is needed for CoP. Preregistration helps us to predict attendance and order food.You must register online if wishing to pay with a credit card.

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