Project Management

Center Stage Podcast Club Explores: Young Entrepreneurs Making Reality with Future Ways of Working

January 19, 2021 8:00 AM EST (UTC-5)

Platform: WebEx
Capacity: 2000
Duration: 60 min

Support: Earning PDUs | Tips For Attendees

This session is intended for engagement and knowledge exchange. 
It is not a PDU-eligible activity.

Join three of our Center Stage podcast guests and moderator Tammy Ashraf as they explore how young entrepreneurs make reality by adapting traditional approaches to value delivery with new ways of working, leveraging evolving technologies, customer-centered design, sustainability and social impact. ENACTUS U.K. team member Lili Csorba and project management coach Gavin Henderson join with ENACTUS U.K. COO Amy Brereton to share insights and thoughts on young entrepreneurs; mentorship and knowledge transfer; societal impact; and enabling the future by making ideas reality. Tammy is a PMI member and volunteer and represents the voice of the profession in this exploration of the future of work.

This is your forum for asking questions, reacting to our guests’ podcasts and sharing your own experiences.  Through this engagement, audience members can:

  • Consider the implications of new ways of working and how such disruption can help entrepreneurs accelerate or amplify value delivery.
  • Explore how these changes are impacting mentorship and knowledge transfer.
  • Discuss the importance of social impact and sustainability within project outcomes and realization of benefits.

Listen to Building Africa’s Entrepreneurs with Ifeyinwa Ugochukwu here:

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