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Creative and Critical Thinking for Transformational Change
February 8 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
The world is changing at an increasingly rapid rate and the future is not a linear extension of the past. To add value, leaders at all levels of government must change their approach to be more strategic in assessing risk, compliance, and performance by identifying transformational risks, opportunities and solutions that move organizations to a desired state. This session will examine and include practical interactive methods for assessing external risks, using creative and critical thinking to challenge the status quo in getting beyond the comfort zone for strategically navigating, adapting, and prospering through change.
This event is included in the 2021-2022 Professional Development Program for all paid registrants.
Michael is the Director of the Graduate School USA, Financial Management Programs, and the Government Auditing Training Institute; and is host of the WTOP/Federal New Network program “The Search for Accountability”. For over 42 years he has served in federal audit, management and executive positions in GAO and the Inspector General community including as Inspector General of the National Endowment for the Arts. He created and led Environmental Consortium and chaired the Government Performance and Results Act Committee of the President’s Council for Integrity and Efficiency (PCIE) now called CIGIE.
Michael has a BBA and MBA in Finance and Economics from the George Washington University, attended Harvard University, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, the Federal Executive Institute and is a former national officer of the Association of Government Accountants.
Michael has been an adjunct professor of management, finance, white collar crime and auditing since 1975 at the University of Maryland, George Mason University, University of Michigan, Florida Atlantic University, the Federal Air Marshall Academy, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, and the Council of Inspectors General Training Academy. He is a principal designer of the University of Maryland’s White Collar Crime Certification curriculum. He created The Montgomery Summer Tennis Camps, published several professional articles and course texts, is a professional orchestra leader including performing at the Kennedy Center and Presidential Inaugural Balls, and is commissioner of several adult sports leagues.
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