Just across the street from the south parking lot, Sports Authority Field at Mile High
3:00 pm - Registration and
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Original Brooklyn's at Mile High
Better Practice goes after one of the most pervasive, costly, trouble-making and hidden-in-plain-sight problem facing businesses: teams that do not perform to their abilities. Too many teams are wasting time, effort, potential and goodwill. Too many teams are squandering opportunities for success because they don't share a common sense of what matters. By helping teams identify and objectify what matters, they can do something about it with grace and agility. We provide tools, education, coaching and high context workshops that create a common sense within teams and build a foundation to continuously improve performance.
This program introduces Better Practice, guides participants through its application and equips them with the tools to start on a path of sustainable, continuous improvement. Better Practice focuses on achieving incremental improvements that stick and on which the team can build. Developed as a result of years of experience working with distributed, multi-organizational and cross-functional teams, Better Practice is compatible with other management models and standards. Those adopting Better Practice are able to help their organizations improve how they improve. This results in a compounding return on investments in people, process and technology.
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Joe Slatter is the founder and a principal of Better Practice, a consulting firm whose mission is to help organizations prepare for and implement successful, sustainable change www.betterpractice.com . He has lived in six countries and worked extensively with multi-national, cross-functional and highly distributed project teams over the past twenty years. He speaks regularly on the future of teamwork and supports organizations, projects, and engagements around the world.
Joe is the Founder and a Principal of Better Practice, a consulting firm whose mission is to help organizations prepare for and implement successful, sustainable change. He has lived in six countries and worked extensively with multi-national, cross-functional and highly distributed project teams over the past twenty years. Mr. Slatter has a history of success in talent management, process design/improvement, change management, organizational development, implementation management and relationship management. His industry experience spans professional services, high tech, consumer products, financial services and non-profit sectors.
2644 W. Colfax Ave. is a frontage road, South of the Bronco Football stadium. Just across the street from the south parking lot, Sports Authority Field at Mile High. From I-25 or Federal Blvd, approach the stadium on 17th Ave. and head south on Mile High Stadium Drive. Go under new Colfax Ave. to old Colfax Ave.
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