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May 2011 Chapter Meeting - Measuring Productivity

May 19th, 2011 06:00 PM

May 19th, 2011 09:00 PM

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Program:

May 2011 Chapter Meeting - Measuring Productivity

Presented by:

Juliet Leckenby, McKesson Corporation

When:

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Where:

Tivoli Student Center, Auraria Campus
900 Auraria Parkway, Denver , CO 80204-1894
TIV 320 - Sections A & B - Baerresen Ballrooms

Cost: Program (choose the appropriate level)

 

STC RMC Members – Price for STC members (except students).

$10.00

 

Students – Price for enrolled students (both STC members and nonmembers).

$15.00

 

STC Members but not RMC members Price for those who joined STC without selecting RMC as a chapter.

$25.00

 

Nonmembers – Price for those without STC membership.

$25.00


Dinner (for all):

$10.00


Make your reservation by Monday, May 16th if it includes dinner.
Program Only reservations can be made online through Wednesday, May 18th.
Walk-ins are welcome for Program Only attendees; however, fees can be paid at the door with cash or check only.

To register on Acteva, click here.

Agenda:

6:00 to 6:30 Networking
6:00 Dinner is served. Beverages available for those not buying dinner.
6:30 to 9:00 Chapter business and program. (Note: This is the STC RMC's annual Business Meeting; chapter business begins at 6:30.)

Menu:

  • Spicy (not too spicy) black bean burritos (veg option)  or chicken burritos
  • Chips and salsa. House salad.
  • Lemon bar platter
  • Iced tea
  • Coffee
  • Water

Directions,
Transportation
& Parking:

A map and driving instructions are available at this website: http://www.tivoli.org/tivoli/map.html

Details:

Documentation managers struggle to quantify the productivity of team members. How can you tell which writer is overloaded and which could take on more? How do you know when work is fairly distributed among the team members? How do you quantify a suspicion that one writer needs a promotion and another needs coaching? Come learn how a simple, spreadsheet-based system can be used as a guideline for determining the distribution of the team’s workload.