Online: Building Highly Accountable Teams in Times of Crisis

  • 26 May 2020
  • 5:45 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Online - details will be sent after registration

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  • TPMA Annual Members, Corporate Annual Members, Sponsors who have memberships, and Student Members
  • Online events are free for all registered attendees.

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Let’s face it, building a dream team is hard. And even harder in times of crisis. Leaders need to find the right people, give them the right direction, and then let them do the right thing. Teams need to be efficient and collaborative, especially within a remote working environment, and count on each other to get the job done.

This session is for leaders, emerging leaders, and aspiring leaders who want to build amazing teams that can work together to produce extraordinary results. We’ll focus on some essential information leaders today need in order to build teams that are highly accountable and can operate with minimal direction and oversight – especially important in today’s complex world.

Pralad Rao is the Head of Delivery at Architech, a Toronto-based app modernization and innovation company with over 15 years' history creating custom applications leveraging UX, and using open source and cloud-native technologies through an Agile approach. Pralad is engaged in continuously improving project management, product owner, quality assurance, and support disciplines while applying Agile best practices to build and improve upon world-class digital products. Pralad leads a highly adaptable, collaborative, and accountable team of experts in order to provide the best value for clients and their customers. In his 17 years of experience in Delivery, Pralad has assisted in delivering powerful software for startups, scale-ups, and large enterprises.

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