USPS Presents Seminar by Marymount University’s Bill Combs on 6/20

Please join us for an engaging professional development session featuring Marymount University’s Dr. Bill Combs:

Business as Usual in Leading Complex Organizations? No Way!
Thursday, June 20, 8:30-10:30am
Ben Franklin Room
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Washington, DC

Space is limited. Please RSVP Online>>

Summary: As organizations grow and then mature, they tend to become less innovative and more focused on their markets. The behavior of managers also changes in ways that parallel the organization’s momentum, and almost always in ways that are destructive. Dr. Combs will lead a discussion of the issue and proposes a way of avoiding that pitfall.

More about Dr. Combs:

With more than 30 years of experience in leading organizations in defense contracting and management consulting, Dr. Bill Combs, assistant professor of Management, has been part of Marymount’s faculty since 1996. He has made several presentations at national and international conferences of the International Society for Performance Improvement on such topics as “The High Performance Culture” and “Restructuring the Performance Management Process.”

Dr. Combs’ publications include articles in industry journals, a textbook chapter, and book reviews for the International Society of Business Communicators. His current research for a book on organizational structure and organizational cultures has extended over the United States and Europe.

Active with leading industry associations, Dr. Combs is a member of the American Society for Training and Development, International Society for Performance Improvement, and the American Society for Quality.

Space is limited. Please RSVP Online>>

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