Tuesday April 12, 2016
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM EST
(come early for the best snacks!)
Nova Southeastern University, close to 95 and JTB/202
Nova Southeastern University
6675 Corporate Center Parkway
Jacksonville, FL 32216
The H.I.L.L. of Northeast FL
The Hispanic Institute for Life and Leadership
Annie Grogan, President: 904-238-3990
All invited, guests welcome
$10 investment, includes refreshments
Business casual attire
Free parking on-site
Want to volunteer? Contact Nancy:
"Use Project and Change Management Skills to Execute Your Vision" will take participants from planning mode to execution mode and prepare them for planned and unexpected changes in life. If life is a continuous system, you have to be prepared for a journey of continuous waves of different sizes!
What you will learn:
Stop waiting for your future to happen and start making it happen!
The Hispanic Institute for Life and Leadership welcomes Dr.Jose Lepervanche as the speaker for the April 2016 event!
Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche is Professor of Supervision and Management at Florida State College at Jacksonville. He teaches IS&T, global management, and eBusiness courses in graduate and undergraduate programs. As founder and organizer of TEDxFSCJ, he uses TED, TED-Ed, and TEDx Talks as Learning Adventures to enhance management and IT instruction beyond the classroom. He is also founder of Global Learning News, a media outlet that bring current events, news, and reports to courses, workshops and seminars. He uses TECHKnowledge ideas and global expereince to inspire online learning and innovation.
He earned his Ph.D. in Organization and Management with specialization in Information Technology Management at Capella University. He has been pioneer in several online initiatives and he believes in the growing trend of online education.
Dr. Jose is a retired Lieutenant Commander from the Venezuelan Navy and he has a Nuclear Engineering degree (Risk, Information and Decision Analysis) and a M.S. in Nuclear Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His undergraduate degree from the Venezuelan Naval Academy (First of class) is a Lic. in Naval Sciences (focused on electronics). He also was Honor Graduate of the International Electronic Warfare Course at the US Navy Atlantic Fleet Combat Training Center in Virginia.
His current research interest is about using information systems and emerging web and mobile technologies to improve global learning and management decision making. His dissertation topic was about usefulness of News Networks web sites as decision making information resources.