Are you going to the LGO conference this year and would like to connect with more female LGOs? Are you not going to the conference but have time for dinner on May 18th? Either way, please join us for a WLGO dinner hosted by Andrea Jones, LGO ’06. Please be sure to RSVP directly to Andrea at email@example.com to receive details on the location and time.
Dear LGO alumni,
Early Registration for the 2017 Alumni Conference is now open!
Secure your spot to reunite with classmates, Thomas Roemer and Don Rosenfield in Chicago, Illinois, on May 18th and 19th. We have an exciting agenda and expect a great turnout! Our theme is Digital Manufacturing, and there is no location more appropriate to explore that theme than the Digital Manufacturing Design and Innovation Institute (DMDII).
Our agenda is designed to be both engaging and immersive. In addition to a more socially-focused plant tour, this year you will get to experience a Digital Journey Showcase, including over 10-15 startups that are changing the world of manufacturing one innovation at a time. Come see the latest in Augmented Reality (AR), Robotics, CNC optimization, Advanced Analytics, 3D printing, Cloud Services, Internet of Things (IOT), Drones and more.
A detailed schedule can be found here; more information regarding the plant tour will be added soon as it gets finalized – stay tuned!
- Thomas Roemer, MIT LGO Executive Director
- Tom McDermott: Chief Program Officer at UI Labs
- Lou Rassey (03): Founder, CEO at Two Roads Group
- Rick Smith: Co-Founder and CEO at Fast Radius, Author of The Great Disruption
- Jim Lawton (90): Chief Product and Marketing Officer at Rethink Robotics
- Denise Johnson (97): Group President at Caterpillar Inc.
- Rod Copes (93): President at Royal Enfield North America
- Tim Copes (92): Former Vice President at The Boeing Company
- Don Rosenfield, Founder and former Director, MIT LGO Program
Learn more about our speakers here.
Register before April 15 to take advantage of discounted “Early Bird” rates. Regular rates will be available until May 17th. As always, current LGO students will be able to attend free of charge. Click here to complete registration.
|Early Registration||Through April 15||$100|
|Regular||April 16 – May 17||$150|
|Recent graduates and current students||–||Free|
1415 N Cherry Ave, Chicago, IL 60642
Out-of-town participants can fly into O’Hare or Midway airports.
We look forward to seeing you in Chicago!
The Alumni Conference organizing committee
As we prepare for the next decade, we wish to gather inputs from across the network. The Steering Committee will be hosting focus groups to collect inputs on the purpose, vison, and mission of our group and the methods and technology used to serve our community. We invite you to engage in creating the future of WLGO. To join WLGO or participate in one of the focus groups, please contact Michele Parrish at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOV 12TH: “What’s Your Brilliance? A Framework for Fulfilling Work”
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Women Leaders of Global Operations (WLGO) PRESENTS:
Leadership on Boards
Improved Performance though Director Diversity
May 22nd Noon PDT/3pm EDT via WebEx
What do boards really do?
Why would you want to be on a board?
How does one become a director?
How does one become a true leader on a board?
How does board leadership improve organizational performance?
These questions and more will be answered in this WLGO sponsored webinar with special guests (bios below):
Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire, Author of The Board Game, Retained Executive Search
Denise Johnson, VP Caterpillar, Sloan Alumna, LGO Operating Committee Member
Mark Parrish, President & CEO Stuart Dean Company
Stephanie Sonnabend, Public Company CEO, President and Director, Co-Founder and Chair at 2020 Women on Boards, Sloan Alumna
To Register Go To:
1. Go to https://mit.webex.com/mit/j.php?ED=269385057&RG=1&UID=0&RT=MiMxMQ%3D%3D
2. Register for the meeting. Once the host approves your request, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for joining the meeting. To view in other time zones or languages, please click the link: https://mit.webex.com/mit/j.php?ED=269385057&RG=1&UID=0&ORT=MiMxMQ%3D%3D
3. Complete the 30sec pre-panel survey; Go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2RK68DK
Amiel Handelsman Presents: Promise-based Management and Living
This recording is now available on the WebEx service site. Click the link below to play it:
Small changes in how you speak and listen can make a big difference in your leadership and career. Whether you are leading execution of critical projects or navigating the challenges of work/life balance, the ability to make and keep promises—and guide others to do the same—is crucial for success. What is the difference between a fuzzy promise and a solid promise? What are the attributes of an effective request? What are the four legitimate responses to a request? How do you negotiate when you or someone else cannot fulfill a promise on time? Who is responsible for reporting completion, and what happens if they don’t? We’ll use these questions as a guide for exploring the common breakdowns you experience in work and the rest of life—and how to resolve them with skill and power.
Amiel Handelsman is an executive coach and change consultant based in Portland, Oregon. He has coached many women leaders, from front-line managers to executives developing billion-dollar businesses. He is the author of Practice Greatness: Escape Small Thinking, Listen Like A Master, And Lead With Your Best (forthcoming, 2014). He is the proud husband of LGO grad, Julie Endress.
Topic: WLGO Presents: Amiel Handelsman
Date: Thursday, April 24, 2014
Time: 12:00 pm, Pacific Daylight Time (San Francisco, GMT-07:00)
1. Go to https://mit.webex.com/mit/j.php?ED=51657393&RG=1&UID=0&RT=MiM0
2. Register for the meeting.
3. Check for confirmation email with instructions on how to join