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LeaderPath 2012

IPMA LeaderPath for IT Managers 2012

IPMA LeaderPath for IT Managers Coordinators

  • Allen Schmidt, DES
  • Gary (Mace) Maciejewski, Ecology

LeaderPath Program Managers

  • Robert Jeffers, Lindsey & Jeffers
  • Melanie Reynolds, MJR Consulting

Special Guest Speakers:

  • Dick Thompson
  • Stan Marshburn
  • Rob St. John
  • Rogers Weed

Background

The LeaderPath for IT Managers program is a six month learning experience geared to public sector technology professionals positioned for the next generation of IT leadership. The Class of 2011/2012 ran from November 9, 2011 and ended on April 18, 2012.

The agenda for the LeaderPath program 2011/2012 included:

  • LeaderPath Orientation
  • Building Relationships
  • Communicating Direction
  • Enabling Change
  • Capstone Presentations

LeaderPath 2012 Group

Photo of LeaderPath 2012 group

Capstone Projects

Capstone project presentations are the culmination of the LeaderPath for IT Managers program. The purpose of the Capstone assignment is to allow program participants to demonstrate the learning opportunities afforded by their participation in the LeaderPath program while also grappling with the challenges of current IT strategies in state government. Through their work on the assigned Capstone Project team, participants will be expected to demonstrate both formal and informal leadership behaviors, strategic thinking and strategic planning, positive communication skills, active team participation, and professional presentation of a thoughtful approach to addressing current challenges faced by many state agencies or state government in general.

Panel of Judges

  • Rob St John, Consolidated Technology Services
  • Gary (Mace) Maciejewski, Ecology
  • Lynn McGuire, Department of Enterprise Services
  • Dr. Gary Pratt, Eastern WA University

LeaderPath 2012 Capstone Projects