Back by Popular Demand!
** Rescheduled to Friday, May 3! Early-bird deadline is moved to Sunday, April 14! **
Celeste Drewien captivated the audience at last year's INCOSE Western States Regional Conference! Catch this opportunity to experience this unique workshop and improve your team's performance. Join those who have already learned and are applying these principles!
** Enroll now! Class size is limited! **
A high-performance team (HPT) is a group of people committed to a common purpose, showing high levels of collaboration and innovation. What is the difference between a HPT and any other team? What stands in the way of achieving HPTs—from an individual’s and a team’s perspective? The Tuckman Model of Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, and Adjourning guides this tutorial. Participants will learn about the nature of team forming, the challenges encountered that lead to storming, the solution space and processes that lead to norming, the experience of performing, and the need for adjourning. Breakout sessions will allow participants to engage and learn as they process through the stages of the model.
Celeste Drewien -- Professional Biography:
Dr. Celeste Drewien performs national security studies at her employer in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Celeste has led or been involved in a wide range of work, including analyzing stockpile size, composition, and hedging options; defining system requirements and environments; and, advising on material issues, facility options, and risk reduction strategies. Dr. Drewien is a member of the Requirements Working Group for INCOSE; a member of the INCOSE Enchantment Chapter; an instructor for the Weapon Intern Program at her company; and a board member for her company's Packaging Advisory Board. Celeste has over 25 years of systems engineering experience. She received her Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Lehigh University and holds a certification in High Performance Computational Simulations from University of New Mexico.
Weber State University has made the following accommodations for us.
The A2 Lot is closest to the Tracy Hall Science Center. You can stop at the Information Booth and purchase a day permit for $3 before parking. Then, proceed to the A2 Lot.
Public Pay Lot (PPL)
The PPL will have room in the afternoon. You can proceed directly to PPL. Parking costs $1.50 for the first hour and $1.00 for each hour or portion thereof after.
- Map is oriented with north facing left.
- A2 Lot is on right side of map (grids A3 and B3).
- Information Booth, denoted with italicized lower-case 'i', is on Dixon Parkway at bottom of map (grid C5).
- PPL is along West Campus Drive (grid C4).
More parking information is available from Weber State Parking Services.
- Class size is limited to 40 attendees!
- Parking is not included in the ticket price. Please arrive early to allow enough time to park!
- Food will not be provided. We recommend you eat lunch before coming.
- Early-bird rate ($30) deadline is Sunday, April 14. After that, the regular rate will be $45.
- Payment by credit card via PayPal is preferred. Payment by check is available.
Date: Friday, May 3, 2019
Times: 1-5 p.m.
Weber State University
1361-, 1369 Edvalson St
Tracy Hall Science Center, Room TY234
Ogden, Utah 84403
Contact Charlie Vono (AIAA)
or Paul White (INCOSE)
if you have questions.
We thank our generous sponsors!
We thank Weber State University for letting us use their facilities!