7 Principles for Developing a Culture that Works!

Chapter Management
Gerald J. Leonard

Great organizational culture accounts for a 20 to 30% performance improve according to Harvard Professor Emeritus James L. Heskett. Leaders must implement the principles of great culture development to create a truly high performing organization. These are the same principles required to implement a world-class portfolio management capability for your chapters. This presentation reveals the 7 principles that organizations must implement to develop a culture that works.

Friday, March 20 | 2:15 PM to 3:00 PM

Gerald J. Leonard, PMP

Gerald Leonard attended Central State University for a Bachelor in Music and Cincinnati Conservatory of Music for a Master in Music as a classical bassist. After receiving his master, Gerald lived in New York City where he worked as a professional bassist and studied with David Walters (Juilliard / Manhattan School of Music).