Chief Technology Officer and Head of Product
Effectively Managing Remote and Hybrid Project Teams
|As organizations continue to evolve project teams in remote and hybrid work environments, we need to rethink how that affects project team and organizational culture and harness the benefits hybrid and remote environments can bring. Project management professionals need to address both the challenges and opportunities teams currently face and what the future of remote working will bring. Additionally, a “work from anywhere” policy is quickly becoming a necessity for recruiting, engaging, and retaining talent. This session will also dive into how your hybrid work environment can offer a competitive advantage and appeal to digital natives.|
|Dr. Shawn D. Belling is a globally experienced technology executive, speaker, instructor, and author based in Madison, WI. Shawn has held executive and management roles in health tech, higher education, software, consulting, bio-pharma, manufacturing, and regulatory compliance sectors.
Shawn is the Chief Technology Officer and Head of Product for Geno.Me. Shawn was previously the Chief Information Officer at Madison College and is adjunct faculty at UW– Madison and UW-Platteville as well as the University of Southern California.
In addition to 30 years of technology and project leadership experience, Shawn teaches, speaks and consults for businesses, universities and professional organizations on various leadership and management topics and practices. Shawn released his books Succeeding with Agile Hybrids in November of 2020 and Remotely Possible in June of 2021.
Shawn is certified by PMI as a Project Management Professional and Agile Certified Practitioner and is also a Certified Scrum Professional and Registered Scrum at Scale Practitioner.
Shawn earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater and Master of Science in Project Management from UW – Platteville. Shawn earned a certificate in Organizational Change Leadership from UW-Platteville and Doctor of Education in Leadership at the University of the Cumberlands.