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Wednesday, October 5, 2005
Schaumburg Township District Library
Isn't Always the Answer:
Director, Global Functional Learning
A wise person once said...when you only have a hammer, everything looks like a nail. As software professionals, especially those who seek to make improvements, we need to be careful that process (aka "the hammer") isn't the only tool in our improvement kit.
We'll discuss how to recognize when there are human elements at play and how to work them in a software engineering environment. Real world example will be used and a brief job-aid will be provided.
About the Presenter
Corinne Miller is Director, Global Functional Learning for Motorola. She is responsible for providing multi-modal learning solutions that meet the functional development needs of Motorola employees. Her staff serves a broad employee base that includes engineering, research, sales & marketing, supply chain, quality and human resources. They are especially focused on creative problem solving and innovation.
By blending her technical, entrepreneurial and business experience Corinne has been able to take an innovative approach to Learning. Her strategy and accomplishments were recently highlighted in the December 2004 CLO Magazine case study titled “Motorola: Innovations in Functional Learning.”
has a BS in Mathematics and Computer Science from the
Networking and Registration
Overview of C-SPIN and Introductions
Question and Answer Session
The library is at 130 S. Roselle Road 3.8 miles S. of Algonquin Rd (62). The meeting is on the second floor in the Rasmussen room. For more specific directions go to http://www.stdl.org/location.asp.
SBC Institute Auditorium,
”Programming Can Be Fun”
Location and presentation time are still being determined
No Program in December
C-SPIN is made possible through the efforts of its
Steering Committee. The Steering Committee is composed of: Fred Ballard, Alan Berow, Kathy Brown, Steve Coffman,
Alan Cohen, Susan Davidowski, Larry Dribin, Ross Fraser, Bob Freer, George Gatsis, Tony Kvitek, Karen Mermel, Donna Miller, Bob Pauwels,
Scott Stribrny, and
C-SPIN is a leadership forum for the free and open exchange of software process improvement experiences and practical ideas. We promote achieving higher levels of process maturity, software quality and mutual respect. Companies, academic institutions, government organizations and individuals are invited.
For more information regarding this meeting, C-SPIN, or the steering committee, contact George Gatsis at email@example.com or (815) 578-7638.
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