"How to Leverage or Shift a Strong Organization Culture"
Many business leaders and members of the Learning and Development community intuitively understand the value a strong culture offers companies. As L&D professionals we frequently view our work (e.g., designing and delivering training programs, organizational development initiatives, etc.) as contributing to the development and reinforcement of a culture that drives business results.
However, if business conditions change, necessitating a different organizational strategy and direction, changing the organization's culture can be very difficult.
Join us for a presentation by Mark Pagenkopf (Director, Organization Development for Ricoh Americas) to hear how they dealt with shifting their culture and the challenges they faced. We will then have a robust roundtable discussion facilitated by Amy Dinning (Learning & Development Manager for ARRIS).We will also have ample opportunity for an interactive question and answer period.
Mark Pagenkopf - Director, Organization Development
Ricoh USA, Inc.
Mark Pagenkopf is Director, Organization Development, Ricoh USA, Inc, responsible for driving leadership development, cultural assimilation, employee engagement, and implementation of organization development initiatives. He leads the leadership development, sales training, and internal communications teams across the U.S. He also serves as the leader of Ricoh’s national Employee Engagement Team. Throughout his 25-year career with Ricoh, he has held several senior-level human resources positions combined with key roles in operations and management.
He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Baylor University, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas, with a focus in Management and Marketing. He is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Association for Talent Development (ATD), and has spoken at several industry events throughout his career.
Amy Dinning - Learning & Development Manager
Amy Dinning is the Senior Learning and Development Manager at ARRIS where she is responsible for the global learning and development of 8500 employees. Previously, Amy served as Manager of Leadership and Talent Development for Saint-Gobain North America and was responsible for all leadership, talent and people development for its 19,000 employees. Prior to this role, Amy was a Clinical Education and Learning Partner for AstraZeneca.
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