Creating a sustainable organization: The intersection of technology, finance and human capital

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Baker Tilly
1211 W. 22nd Street, Conference Center
Oak Brook, Ill.
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Creating sustainability and resiliency within your organization can reduce the impacts of an aging workforce, instability at the state level, limited and uncertain fiscal resources, and public perceptions. To create true sustainability, organizational leaders should take a holistic view of operations and understand how finance, technology and human capital intersect and impact one another.

This complimentary training offered by Baker Tilly will provide methods for bolstering sustainability in each of these areas and you will leave with action items to begin implementing in your organization immediately.

Learning objectives

Upon the conclusion of this training, attendees will understand:

  • How to conduct a self-diagnosis of sustainability and resiliency in the three key areas of human capital, finance and technology
  • Tools for improving sustainability in each area
  • What other organizations are doing to improve sustainability

Who should attend

  • City/county managers and assistants
  • Finance directors/chief financial officers/controllers
  • Vice presidents/directors of operations
  • Management analysts/assistants
  • City council/county board members

Cost to attend


Meet the presenters

  • Caitlin Humrickhouse, MPA, SWP, Manager
  • Kyle O’Rourke, MPA, CIA, Senior Consultant
Information about CPE eligibility

Program level: Basic
Location: Live
Type of delivery method: Group
Prerequisite: None
Advance preparation: None required
CPE credit: 2 (two) hours total credit
Fields of study: Business Management & Organization
Host: Anna Nelson,

A certificate of completion will be emailed to you four to six weeks after the event.

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