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One-Day Workshop: Performance Architecture: The Worker, Work, Workplace and the World

  • 15 Mar 2013
  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • UNC Center City Charlotte Building Room 901 (320 E. 9th Street, located at the corner of E. 9th and Brevard Streets)

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March Workshop – Presented by Roger Addison

Performance Architecture: The Worker, Work, Workplace and the World

Date: March 15, 2013

Time: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Location: 

UNC Center City Charlotte Building Room 901 ( 320 E. 9th Street, located at the corner of E. 9th and Brevard Streets)


Cost:

  • ISPI Charlotte Member - $60.00 (USD)
  • Guest - $80.00 (USD)
  • Student/Faculty Member - $40.00 (USD)

Parking:

Parking tokens will no longer be sold at the registration desk. Parking is available in a number of pay lots surrounding the UNCC building . One such lot is at 

707 N. Brevard St. This is at the corner of 11th.  St.and Brevard St. Be sure to park in numbered spaces and pay the box (usually $4.00-$5.00) in the numbered slot corresponding to your spot. There is no change machine on site so make sure to bring exact change.

Session Description:

What makes one performance improvement solution produce promised results, while another falls short or fails utterly? Often, we discover the driver of a performance issue but not its point of origin, and treat a symptom rather than the cause. Roger will explore the four organizational levels – Worker, Work, Workplace and the World – and learn to pinpoint the source of a performance issue. Try out helpful tools for each level, and create well-targeted solutions that deliver results.  In additions, we will take a few side trips as we explore the Performance Architect’s Landscape: what we do, how we think and where were we work.


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