The Chapter's mission is to promote project management as a profession to the community by:
Generational Differences as They Translate In to the Workplace
With Melany Felton, MA- Human Service Consultant
Melany Felton has a Bachelor's Degree is in Psychology with minors in Sociology and Spanish, and her Master's Degree is in Organizational Management. She has been with the University of Phoenix for over 6 years. She first served as a Facilitator for the School of Business and for the past three years she has served as a Lead Faculty/Area Chair in the School of Business.
University of Phoenix
45 E. River Park Pl., Suite 201, Fresno, CA
Fresno, CA 93720
(The meeting will be held in Room 204 on the second floor. Parking is free.)
Topic Description -We live in an era where it is expected to have diversity in the workplace, in the classroom et al. The intent in most cases is simple - ensure minorities are included in the mix and/or project a fair demographic representation. This political approach only limits the potential diversity can bring to a group.
Bio - Tunde, a mechanical engineer by training, started his career as a field engineer with Anadrill Schlumberger. He left Anadrill in 1998 to work in a family-owned metal fabrication company as a project engineer/project manager. There he managed various fabrication and construction projects in the telecommunications; oil and gas; and residential; and commercial industries.
The Board of Directors and all of the members of the PMI-CCVC wish to thank each of the Chapter sponsors for their continued support of the organization and their recognition of the importance of project management in the Country.
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