Tobey B. Marzouk is a partner in the Washington DC law firm, Marzouk and Perry. Tobey specializes in software project law. He has lectured extensively on information technology law and has authored three books on software and computer law, as well as numerous articles in national and international trade and legal journals. Mr. Marzouk received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University and his law degree from Harvard Law School.
The Good Mate Workshops provide a platform for individual team mates to improve their relationship skills. In these workshops, Evan Sorensen and Jim Johnson present an overview of over 65 years of research from The Standish Group (on project team performance) as well as the Gottman Institute (on personal relationships). The workshop will highlight our new book The Good Mate: How Understanding Team Relationships Can Make You Happier and More Productive. This workshop is neither a team-building exercise nor a technical workshop. It is focused only on how individual team mates can develop better relationship skills for cohesive, productive, and happier teams.
Thornton May is a futurist, educator, anthropologist and author. May is the author of The New Know: Innovation Powered by Analytics. He leads the IT Leadership Academy, and FutureScapes Advisors, Inc. Thornton combines empirical research and insightfulness in pattern recognition with gift for storytelling to address the information technology management problems facing executives.
Prof.dr.ing. Hans Mulder MSc BA is Standish European research director and professor at the Antwerp Management School. As the founder of his own company, Venture Informatisering Adviesgroep, he is on the management and executive boards of various IT companies. He is regularly engaged as an IT expert when conflicts between companies need to be resolved in or out of court.