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Chapter Meeting: Creative Communication

  • Tuesday, June 19, 2012
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Florida Safety Council 1501 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando, FL 32803


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IIBA Central Florida Monthly Chapter Meeting 
Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Discussion Topic:
Creative Communication


Today, people in business face challenges of globalization. In such a world, endeavours can be highly-complex, multi-faceted and multi-cultural. A comprehensive perspective can complement one’s ability to bridge the gap in creating an effective strategy for these challenges. Managers, leaders and analysts should be armed with a comprehensive perspective in order to frame an approach to a strategic objective.

This session offers foundations that reinforce the skills already learned, without sacrificing practices already acquired. The presentation combines and connects fundamental areas for effectiveness. These areas enhance the primary goal of forming a high-level creative communication strategy to comprehensive perspectives on life, business and community. This combination will present ideas to connect the various perspectives that will complement a strategic view for your strategic objectives.

Speaker Bio:

James Lightfoot has spent over 23 years as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies; providing services as a Senior Consultant, Data Base Administrator, System Programmer, and Application Programmer. His expertise lies in concerning coordinating system migration and implementation of large databases for multi-national groups. His list of clients includes Charles of the Ritz, Citibank, American Express, IBM, Con Edison, Westinghouse, GTE, Publix Supermarkets, Florida Power & Light, Whirlpool and PSE&G.

James obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and a Minor in Economics from Long Island University (LIU) in 1975. He obtained his Masters in Business Administration from the University of South Florida (USF) in 2006.  While at USF, James managed, directed and coordinated a project entitled “Global Culture: Security and Knowledge Management with Virtual Organizations”. This project addressed the growing concern about creating and protecting information in an online environment.


Meeting Format

6:30pm - 7pm: Food & Networking
7pm - 7:30pm: Introductions
7:30pm - 8:30pm: Meeting Topic

Attending chapter meetings is an excellent way of networking, increasing subject matter knowledge as well as gaining valuable insight, tips and solutions when handling issues in the Business Analysis and project management arenas.


Location: (Please note the different location)

Florida Safety Council
1501 E. Colonial Dr.
Orlando, FL 32803
Classroom D


Contact us: board@orlando.iiba.org

P.O. Box 4616, Orlando, FL 32802-4616

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