Dr. Jim Anderson spoke to the IEEE’s Region 3 management team during their Southeastcon 2010 conference. Dr. Anderson had been asked to speak about how the organization could increase its number of subscribers by engaging in active regional marketing and membership development activities.
Dr. Jim Anderson delivered his keynote address “The Future Belongs To You — If You Are Ready To Lead” to a packed house of Verizon IT managers on Tuesday, March 9th. As the global economy starts to once again wake up, his message was even more important to the next […]
Blue Elephant Consulting Fans, It has been brought to my attention that the Blue Elephant Consulting web site’s appearance on touch-based smart phones was, shall we say, poor at best.
On Friday night, February 19th, 2010, Dr. Jim Anderson served as the Master of Ceremonies for an Engineer’s Week Banquet in Tampa, Florida. Over 400 local engineers and guests attended this event making it the largest professional engineering event held in the area.
Dr. Jim Anderson’s recent article on dysfunctional Information Technology (IT) workplaces has been cited in the February, 2010 edition of Tom Dennis’ “Effective Engineering” newsletter.
Dr. Jim Anderson has been selected to host the 2010 Tampa Bay Engineer’s Week Banquet. This will be Dr. Anderson’s 5th time as the master-of-ceremonies for this annual 500+ person banquet.
Dr. Jim Anderson recently spoke at the University of South Florida (USF) before a packed crowd of MIS graduating seniors. Dr. Ellis Blanton had arranged for Dr. Anderson to deliver his “10 Secrets To Having A Successful IT Career” keynote speech.
Verizon has presented Dr. Jim Anderson with their 2009 ISOP leadership award. Dr. Anderson participated in the Verizon leadership program over the course of the year acting as an adviser and providing leadership on how to make the program more effective.
Dr. Jim Anderson was asked to participate in the 2009 “Great American Teach-In” event. This annual event provides professionals with an opportunity to visit area elementary and middle schools in order to share information on their careers in an effort to motivate students to stay in school and do well. […]