Join us online this October 2020! Delivered in the GoToTraining online platform, AWWA's Effective Utility Management seminar is vitally important for all utility managers who want to get started on the path to developing an effectively managed and sustainable utility. Based on the well-established Effective Utility Management (EUM) framework, the seminar shows participants how to use the Ten Attributes of an Effectively Managed Utility" and the "Five Keys to Management Success" to identify both areas of strength and opportunities for improvement AND how to get started in making meaningful changes in everyday operations. A special feature in this first-ever virtual version of the seminar will address two key issues: the impact of a pandemic on both operations and personal and professional development AND the role of utility leadership in addressing social justice and equality issues in the communities you serve.
Thursday Hours: 9:00-11:00 a.m. & 1:00-3:00 p.m. Mountain Time (break between)
Friday Hours: 9:00-11:00 a.m. & 1:00-3:00 p.m. Mountain Time (break between)
Your online instructor will participate in real-time via webcam, PowerPoint presentation, group interaction, polling, conversation and more. Come prepared to engage in this online seminar!
2020 Registration Rates
A unique access link to GoToTraining will be provided to you after registration. This link may not be shared with other individuals - it is intended for one (1) student only.
Jim Ginley is an independent management consultant with more than 32 years of experience in the municipal water sector, including more than 16 years on the headquarters staff of the Denver-based American Water Works Association (AWWA) and more than 15 years as a utility management and regulatory compliance consultant. His areas of expertise include strategic planning, organizational assessments, benchmarking, and performance improvement, as well as workshop and focus group facilitation and training. He has a broad-based background that touches all areas of the public water sector, from regulations and training, to operations and management of municipal and privately-owned water and wastewater agencies, both in North America and overseas.
Ginley is active in both the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and the Water Environment Federation (WEF). He has been published in Journal AWWA, co-authored an AWWA guidebook on the AWWA/ANSI Utility Management System Standard (G-400), and authored a chapter in an award-winning water sector anthology, “Damned if We Don’t: Ideas for Accelerating Change around Water. His education includes both a BA in Biology from Kenyon College (Gambier, OH) and a Master of Environmental Management (MEM) from Duke University (Durham, NC).
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