Tuesday, February 24th
From 7:30 AM until 9:00 AM
Tower Club Tysons
8000 Towers Crescent Drive
17th Floor (Dominion Room)
Vienna, Virginia 22182
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The Presidents, Owners and Chief Executives Groups (POCx and POCx Women's Group) are committed to adding value to The ASBC Community by providing content
of specific interest to Owners and CEOs of companies doing business in
support of the government sector. The activities and information
facilitated by the POCx are
intended to expand the knowledge base of company leaders and assist
them in addressing business issues more informed and more
There is no hidden agenda and this is not a forum for participants to make a sales pitch.
This is an exclusive opportunity for business leaders to discuss issues
they face with others who have been presented similar challenges as
they pursue their business goals.
The POCx is chaired by Art Medici of InterSource and the POCx Women's Group is chaired by Angela Dingle of Ex Nihilo Management.
For our February 2009 Speaker Event, we welcome Navy Veteran, industry executive and author Dick Stieglitz who will discuss challenges facing small business owners and executives and the background for his article "Escape the small business set-aside trap" published in the October 6, 2008 Washington Technology. (Click here to view the article: http://washingtontechnology.com/articles/2008/10/02/escape-the-small-business-setaside-trap.aspx)
Participation is open to Presidents, Owners and Chief Executives of companies doing business in the government sector. Space is limited. A Continental Breakfast will be served.
Registration is $35.00 for Members and $45.00 for Not Yet Members.
About Our Presenter
Dick Stieglitz has over thirty years experience in making change work
in large companies, with government agencies, and inside his own
company. After earning a PhD in Nuclear Engineering from Rensselear
Polytechnic Institute, he served ten years as a naval officer refueling
nuclear submarines during the Cold War. He was Vice
President for a software development company and Director of Defense
Consulting in Washington for the McDonnell Douglas Corporation.
In 1984, Dick founded RGS
Associates Inc. a consulting firm
that helps government agencies change how they do business - and the
changes almost always involve new computer and communications systems.
In 2006, he sold his ownership interests in the company and currently coaches executives
in leading their organizations through change and growth.
Dick is also the author of: Taming The Dragons of Change In Business – 10 Tips For Anticipating, Embracing and Using Change To Achieve Success
which is based on his experiences in leading organizations through
change and building his own company.
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