Warning message

Past event disabled.

Effective Organizational Sabotage

Wednesday, May 11, 2022 -
6:30pm to 8:00pm

IIBA Boston Chapter & IIBA Hartford Chapter Joint Event

Effective Organizational Sabotage

Speaker: Martin Schedlbauer

The 1944 Field Manual from the CIA teaches saboteurs how to ensure that an enemy's war efforts are subverted. One such gem is to ensure that all problems are studied by a task force and that additional meetings are called before making any decision. Amazingly, many of the subversive techniques appear to be prevalent in organizations today. In this talk, we will take a tongue-in-cheek look at those techniques and then compare them to current organizational practices. We will show how Business Analysts and Project Managers can recognize them and mitigate them to ensure progress.

Speaker Biography
Martin Schedlbauer is a professor of information and data science at Northeastern University (Boston, MA) and the director of the online faculty. He is a sought-after speaker at business analysis, data analytics, and project management conferences and events. He has facilitated countless workshops in business analysis, data analytics, information visualization, software architecture, and agile project management for industry, government, and non-profit organizations worldwide. Martin earned a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. In addition, he holds numerous industry certifications, including CBAP, CBDA, PSM, CSM, and OCUP.

Important Notice
You must register for the event using the button below to attend the meeting. After completing registration you will receive an email confirming your registration and  Zoom access information.


Event Details: 
This is a virtual Event via Zoom
Event Location: 
Zoom Virtual Meeting
Martin Schedlbauer