ACECMorrissey Goodale
1/2-Day Pre-Conference Workshop
October 25, 2017  /  1-4pm  /  JW Marriott, Austin, TX
Strategy and Strategic
Planning Workshop

In this highly interactive, fast-paced workshop, Christine will guide you through the big picture trends and changes that are sweeping the AEC industry. She’ll introduce you to the principals and best practices of strategy and strategic planning. Then hear her top 10 dos and don’ts for successful strategic planning and execution based on her career advising AEC leadership teams.

Agenda
Wednesday, October 25
1:00 - 2:00 PM Big picture trends and changes in the AEC industry
2:00 - 3:00 PM Strategic planning principles and best practices
3:00 - 4:00 PM Top 10 strategic planning dos and doníts
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PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

Register for your choice of a 1/2-day workshop:

Wednesday, October 25
JW Marriott
Room 208, 213, Level 2
1-4pm

Ownership Transition and M&A Workshop >

OR

Strategy and Strategic Planning Workshop >

ACEC Texas member
using code ............ $295.

(Contact ACEC TX for code)

Non ACEC Texas
member ................ $395.

Presenter

Dr. Robin Autenrieth

 




Christine Brack
Principal Consultant
Morrissey Goodale


Christine leads the firm’s Chicago office. Her focus is helping AEC firms in the areas of strategy, organizational effectiveness, and operational improvement. She also consults with clients on project delivery, and assists in implementing changes via firm-wide education and training.

Christine draws her AEC experience from her time with a large general contractor as a project manager on new construction and adaptive reuse projects in the higher education arena. Prior to joining Morrissey Goodale, Christine was Global Marketing Manager for Keystone Analine Corporation, Director of Consulting at ZweigWhite, and a strategy and research consultant at both Frost & Sullivan and The Economist Intelligence Unit.

Christine is a professional affiliate of the AIA and is a frequent speaker at AIA and ACEC regional seminars. She has also contributed extensively to CENews on the topics of project management, advancing women in the profession, and developing young leaders.

Christine received her MBA from Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) from Saint Mary’s of Notre Dame, and Bachelor of Arts (BA) in German Language from Purdue University. She also holds the Project Management Professional (PMP) designation from the Project Management Institute (PMI).