P2P Consulting – Executive Sponsorship – April 4th

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April 04, 2018
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

We invite you to join a
Peer-to-Peer Consulting session

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Executive Sponsorship’s Role in Transformation

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April 4th
12:00 PM – 1:15 PM (EDT)
via Zoom (a virtual platform)

Exec Sponsor

ODF board member, Kiersten Rippeteau, will facilitate this 75-minute session offering the opportunity for ODF community member, Joe Kopetsky, to present a challenge and receive input from fellow designers encouraging knowledge exchanges that support the theory and practice of organization design. . .


The need for active and visible executive sponsorship for our transformation projects is an obvious need and an undebatable success factor.  How do we navigate this relationship successfully and completely with the factors that inevitably compete with sponsors’ time, energy, and resources?  Join us in helping a colleague think through some fundamental questions and assumptions about executive sponsorship and its “true role” in transformation.

Joe Kopetsky is a Senior Director of Operations in SAP’s Marketing organization. He has come to organizational design from the practical side, leading multiple global projects at SAP providing him on-the-job training in organizational development, design and change management.

Joe has worked in high tech and enterprise software for over two decades in positions ranging from sales and corporate development to product management and marketing, but has narrowed his focus in the last five years to run large, transformational initiatives that included ample amounts of process reengineering, performance management, planning & budgeting, and other strategic resource development activities.

Prior to SAP, he worked in both large, global tech companies as well as start-ups in database management and business intelligence. He has dual degrees in Marketing and Communications as well as a MBA, all from the Pennsylvania State University. He resides in Glastonbury, CT with his wife, daughter and two dogs who run the house.


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