Building Government Acumen:
Competing for the Future
Spring 2016 Class
George Mason University, Founders Hall, Arlington Campus
Details and registration information coming soon!
Tomorrow's government contracting landscape will require a different approach and new thinking. The government's adoption of cloud computing, the emergence of a mobile workforce, the spread of "Big Data" and the continued pressure to reduce costs are converging to create a new era in government contracting – one that is disrupting the industry and challenging established players. "Innovate or die" is the message coming from the government customer. Preparing for this "new reality" is a top priority for companies across the GovCon industry.
"Competing for the Future" is designed to prepare mid-level and rising executives to lead their companies into the future. This high-intensity program will provide participants with the leadership skills, the expertise and the tools they need to succeed in this new environment. Participants will benefit from practitioner-led discussions featuring senior executives from leading companies in the industry, a hallmark of George Mason University Executive Education. This executive education is paired with a powerful networking opportunity and one-on-one coaching to create a unique learning experience.
What Will Participants Take Away from the Program?
An understanding of what it will take to successfully compete and what you can do today to get startedA powerful network of established leaders and industry peersInsight into individual leadership strengths and how to leverage themExperience with applying entrepreneurial "lean start up" approaches and frameworks to growth
Details coming soon!
Past faculty included:
- Anne Altman, General Manager, US Federal and Government Industries, IBM Corporation
- Ray Bjorklund, President, BirchGrove Consulting, LLC
- Teresa Carlson, Vice President, Worldwide Public Sector, Amazon Web Service
- Karen Dahut, EVP, Booz Allen Hamilton, Strategic Innovation Group Lead
- Mike Daniels, Member, Board of Directors, NVTC, Mercury Systems, CACI, Acentia and BlackBerry
- Tom Davies, Executive-in-Residence, Executive Education, School of Business, George Mason University and former SVP, Xerox
- Mike Goldberg, Partner and Director, Bain & Company
- John Hillen, Executive-in-Residence, School of Business, George Mason University and Founder & former CEO, Sotera Defense Solutions
- Roy Hinton, Associate Dean, Executive Education, School of Business, George Mason University
- David Kriegman, CEO, Z2B, LLC, and former COO, SRA
- Kimberly McCabe, CEO, Value Storm Growth Partners and Former President & CEO, ASI Government, Inc.
- Richard Montoni, CEO & Director, Maximus, Inc.
- Donna Morea, Chairman & CEO, Adesso Group and Member, Board of Directors, SunTrust Bank and SAIC
- George Newstrom, Vice President and General Manager, Dell Services Federal Government, Inc.
- Sumeet Shrivastava, President, Array Information Technology
- Stan Soloway, President & CEO, Professional Services Council
- Todd Stottlemyer, CEO, Acentia
- Archie Tinelli, PhD, Executive Coaching
- Nick Wakeman, Editor, Washington Technology
- Dave Zolet, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Americas, CSC
Who Should Attend?
"Competing for the Future" is designed for mid-level executives poised to make a significant impact on their company going forward. Whether in sales, operations, corporate development, program management, marketing or finance, this class provides the tools and strategies required to compete successfully in tomorrow's market. Participation from companies of all sizes is encouraged, and we anticipate the program will attract tech startups as well as established professional services companies.
Barbara Agan, Program Manager: 703-993-9801
Registration Information Coming Soon!
PSC Members will receive a special discount!
Cancellation Policy: Full refund if cancellation is requested by COB one week before program begins.
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