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3/26/2011
When: 3/26/2011
From 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM PDT
Contact: Sara von Herrenhausen


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Kurt Corthout presents
"The Limitations of Thinking"

About the Webinar:  This webinar will cover the following four questions:
1.  What is thinking and what are the limitations of thinking?  Thinking can be considered as the activity of the brain or a simple explanation through self observation: experience, knowledge, memory, thought, action, back to experience
2.  Why improve thinking? Examples of what happens if one does not think clearly will be discussed.  One can think logically, but not clearly.
3.  What are the benefits if one improves one?s own thinking?  This can include getting your ?house? in order, self reliance, response ability (being able to act responsibly), peace of mind, etc.
4.  How to think clearly.

There is beauty, compassion, intelligence, love when the self is not.

About the Presenter:  Kurt, born in 1971, has more than 15 years experience in different sectors with his main experience in project management. He has a Master in Business Sciences (Option Management Informatics) and has further certifications as a Project Management Professional (PMI), Prince2 (Foundation), Portfolio and Asset Manager, TOC application expert in Critical Chain Project Management and as a Certified PMO manager (PMOUSA). Kurt founded his management consultancy company 1-2 Solve in 2005 with its mission to maximize ROI for each and every customer with a focus on solution development and change implementations that ensure that every change is a sustainable improvement for the company’s goals, supported by all decision makers. One of Kurt’s latest projects have been the setup of an effective local PMO for the R&D department of major Card company in order to visualize and maximize the flow of the +58 major projects and optimize the efficiency of the utilization of the companies’ scarce resources, in order to help achieve the strategic objectives of higher management.