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A.C.E. Monthly Meeting - November '09

  • November 20, 2009
  • 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Portland Country Club, Rt 88, Falmouth Maine


  • Member Pricing when paid in advance
  • Non-member pricing

Registration is closed

The Association for Consulting Expertise Presents: 

The World is Changing Fast, how do we adapt?


Thoughts, perspectives, challenges and ideas for organizations in the unchartered road ahead

The world as we have known it is changing faster than we ever thought possible.  How do we keep up with it all as we venture into uncharted territories?  And how will businesses, organizations, economies and the like adapt so that they can thrive and be sustainable?  This session will offer ideas and challenge the way we work together as professionals and businesses. We will use the past and present to reflect on how we approach the new challenge of sustainability.

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Neil Cambridge is a facilitator, mentor, and business advisor with over 30 years experience. He has worked on a broad range of endeavors for a variety of organizational structures from entrepreneurs to the U.S. Department of Defense to non-profit to community. Raised in England, he emigrated to America in 1978, working for the British Consulate in New York. His business experience stems from a diverse employment and consulting history that exposed him to almost every working function within an organization. Sensing a critical shift and understanding the potential impact of micro-computing, he entered the technology field and its fledgling PC industry in 1983. Neil translated his professional skills into a competency for integrating business and technology systems. The difficulty of implementing technology projects led him to co-found Advanced Management Catalyst, Inc. AMCI focused on delivering methodologies for radically improving individual/group decision making and accomplishment for individuals, teams and management groups. Experience here led him to some of the most complex organizational problems including base closure communities, re-engineering the US Dept of Defense logistics and acquisition process, crisis mergers, US Dept of Energy nuclear waste management countless commercial engagements across the country. He is currently and countless commercial engagements across the country. He is currently Managing Director of Comparison North America (CNA), the North American 'arm' of Comparison International. He serves on the board of Maine Youth Leadership and assists with producing its seminars. Neil works extensively with teenagers on the tools and thinking of leadership, volunteerism and character.

Registrations are required by November 17, 2009. If you want to be included on the registration list at the meeting then you need to register by the due date.

You can pay online by credit card (Visa, MasterCard or Discover NOT AMERICAN EXPRESS!) or mail a check to:
c/o Kerry Porter
P O Box 404
Gorham, ME 04038

If you are mailing a check, please register here so the system can track the registrants for us. Thanks!

Members: the $17 fee only works if you pay in advance. At the door, it is $22.

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