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Los Angeles Dinner Meeting
"Roadmaps to the Fast Lane"
Sponsored by Association of Strategic Planners
Tuesday July 8th, 2003, 6pm-9pm
The topic of roadmapping is currently an approach that is being used extensively in business as well as in the political world. This presentation will explain what the various types of roadmaps are, and how they are applicable to you and your organization as a strategic and operational tool. Roadmaps can be used at an industry level, a company level, or a product level. Or, as in the case of the Middle East Peace Roadmap, it can be used between countries. This speech will go beyond the traditional technology roadmap to include areas such as services, knowledge assets, science/research, and other types.
The audience attending the presentation will receive:
David Smith is the Vice President of Consulting, Education and Alliances at Technology Futures, Inc. (TFI). For 25 years TFI has provided planning, forecasting, and strategy services for more than 140 companies ranging in size from three-person start-ups to more than half of the Fortune Top 50 companies. Based in Austin, Texas, TFI also has an office in Los Angeles.
David's work has included serving as a principal for the highly respected Semiconductor Industry Association National Technology Roadmap, which was cited by the Clinton administration as the model for other industries to follow. Other work has included assisting in establishing the framework and process for In-Q-Tel, the intelligence community's research and development solution; authoring Research and Technology Grand Challenges 2030 for the image and geospatial community; and producing technology roadmaps for many organizations, including, Hughes Space & Communications.
He has also held positions in technology transfer and planning at the Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation (MCC) and SEMATECH. In addition, he served on the CSIS steering committee to draft a new mission for the federal labs.
The Proud Bird Restaurant
11022 Aviation Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90045
The Proud Bird is located immediately east of LAX and is conveniently located to all LAX terminals for those who may fly in from Northern California. From the 405 Freeway, take Century Blvd. west, toward the airport. Turn left, (south) at Aviation Boulevard. Go 5 blocks to 111th Street. The Proud Bird is on the left. Adequate parking is available at no charge.
In Advance: Members $ 35.00 Non-Members $ 50.00
At the Door: Members $ 40.00 Non-Members $ 60.00
Refunds may be obtained only up to 48 hours before the event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (877) 816-2080. Substitutes are always welcomed.
By Friday July 4th, 2003 at the latest.
Please go to the “Los Angeles” section of The Association of Strategic Planners website for registration form/online registration.