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Chapter Dinner: Grace Under Pressure – Big Game LII Portfolio Risk Management
Event : 
Chapter Dinner
Date: 
Monday, May 21, 2018 - 18:30 to 20:30
Speaker(s): 
PDU: 
1.00
PMI Talent Triangle: 
Strategic and Business Management
Event ID: 
C018180502
Program Description: 

 

Grace Under Pressure – Big Game LII Portfolio Risk Management
MN Super Bowl LII Risk Management

This presentation will lead the audience through the background, predictions, outcomes, and lessons learned from executing a comprehensive Portfolio Risk Management process for MN Super Bowl LII.

We will cover the following topics:
- Introduction, brief background, and the road to the Super Bowl LII Host Committee
- Why a Minnesota Super Bowl? How did MN win the Super Bowl? What was the MN Super Bowl Host Committee, and what did they do?
- Overview of Project and Risk Management approach/process
- How did we do? What risks did we identify and what were the outcomes?
- Lessons Learned
- Closing and thoughts on Risk Leadership

 

Special Instructions: 

 

Agenda

5:00 Career Networking Group

5:30 Register, Local Interest Groups (PrCs), Networking 

6:00 New Member Orientation

6:30 Dinner

7:15 Webstream broadcast begins 

7:20 PMI-MN Chapter Business / Intros

7:30 Presentations

8:20 Q & A

 

Cancellation
Full refunds, less a $10 cancellation fee per registration,

available through May 19.

 

Speaker(s) Bios: 

 

Adrienne Jordan is a recognized leader in the corporate, sports, education, foundation, non-profit and community relations arenas. In her current role, she is responsible for leading the Project and Risk Management Office, which coordinates and supports the project, operational and financial objectives of the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee. Jordan also leads and manages all aspects of special projects as assigned by the Chief Operating Officer.

Prior to joining the Host Committee, Jordan served as the Chief of Staff for the Superintendent of Minneapolis Public Schools for five years, and spent more than 12 years with General Mills, including with their Foundation and Community Action Team.

Driving positive impact in the community is a core value, and Jordan dedicates her free time to supporting causes that are special to her and her family. Jordan currently serves as a Board Director or Committee Member on governing boards for Big Brothers Big Sisters, Lundstrum Performing Arts and Phillips Eye Institute Foundation. Jordan formerly served on boards or committees for AchieveMpls, Girls In Action and WomenVenture. 

Jordan is a native of Columbus, Ohio, and a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, where she was a member of the 1997 NCAA Final Four Women’s Basketball Team. Jordan is most proud to be the mother of her daughter, Kennedy, who is 12 years old, and enjoys watching Kennedy perform in musical theatre productions across the Twin Cities, as well as spending time with Kennedy as they serve the community with different organizations throughout the year.

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