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Improve Your Communications
Date and Agenda:
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
11:30am - Networking
12:00 through 1:00pm - Presentation
1 PDU Credit for Certified PMPs
Location and Cost
This luncheon is free and open to the public.
Advance registration is required to attend.
2101 L Street NW
Washington DC, 20037
About the Presentation85% of managers think that they are good communicators, but only 37% of employees know what their organization really does. What's going on? Why the mismatches? MacNulty will explore various reasons for this, including values, personality characteristics, and individual propensities, in an effort to help improve your communications.
About the Speaker
Christine MacNultyChristine MacNulty has forty years’ experience as a consultant in long-term strategic planning for concepts as well as organizations, technology forecasting, technology assessment and related areas, as well as socio-cultural change. For the last sixteen years, most of her consultancy has been conducted for the Department of Defense, including: The Joint Staff, OSD (OFT), the DON (Under Secretary, Secretariat, OPNAV N3/N5, N6, N7, CNET, NAVSEA, NSWG1, CNO’s SSG), the USMC (HQMC - Commandant), the USCG (HQ - Commandant), the USA (SMDC), JTAMDO, BMDO, (then) USACOM, JFCOM J9, and other COCOMs. She has also worked for NATO ACT and NATO NEC.
During the last thirty years Christine MacNulty has contributed methods and models for understanding social and cultural change. She developed the European version of SRI International’s Values & Lifestyles Program, and worked with the International Research Institute on Social Change to develop their social models for use by industry. She has applied her knowledge of people and their values and beliefs to strategic planning, marketing planning, advertising, vision development, organizational change, R&D planning, new concepts, technology assessment and business development. In the last seven years she has applied her knowledge of strategy, cultures and cognition to “understanding our adversaries” and to using that information to co-develop Cultural-Cognitive Systems Analysis (CCSA),SM with two other companies – a method for planning and assessing effective non-traditional operations, information operations, and strategic communications.
She was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce in 1988 for her contribution to British industry. She is a popular speaker at conferences. She is the coauthor of two books: Industrial Applications of Technology Forecasting, Wiley, 1971, and Network-Centric Operations: Translating Principles into Practice to be published in 2010. Her monograph “Truth, Perception & Consequences” was published by the Army War College, September 2007, and “Transformation: From the Outside In or the Inside Out” was also published by the Army War College in September 2008. Her recent paper, “The Value of Values for IO, SC and Intel,” appeared in the August 2010 edition of the IO Journal, and “Perceptions, Values & Motivations in Cyberspace” appeared in the IO Journal, 3rd Quarter, 2009. She has recently been featured on the Heartbeat of America television program as the owner of an innovative small business. She was the developer and co-host of the radio program “Strategy with Passion” that aired on VoiceAmerica.com Business Channel from May-December 2009.
About the Washington Circle Luncheons
PMIWDC's Washington Circle luncheons are a series of free brownbag luncheons hosted at 2101 L St NW in Downtown DC. There are luncheons every fourth Wednesday of the month, unless posted otherwise.
Formerly known as the McPherson Square luncheons, this program series is made possible by the generous support of RTKL Associates, a full-service planning, architecture and creative services organization based in Washington Circle.
Washington Circle luncheons are free and open to the public, but pre-registration is required for all programs