Meet The Speaker: Margo Rose, Former Manager of Enterprise Continuous Improvement, PG&E

Meet Margo Rose, formerly of Pacific Gas and Electric Company.

Margo is presenting on The Experience of Process: Understand the Value of Intention and Planned Interventions at the upcoming Process Excellence for Utilities conference, February 28-March 1, 2018 in St. Pete Beach, Florida.

Happy mom Margo Rose and her two boys, change management

Happy mom Margo Rose and her two boys


Question: Name, title, Company
Margo Rose, Former Manager of Enterprise Continuous Improvement, Pacific Gas and Electric

Question: Family, hometown, where you live
Mom of two savages, presently living in San Francisco Bay Area

Question: Utility/Change Management experience
4 yrs with Pacific Gas and Electric, primarily financial services background, change agent experience my whole career. There are always new policies or systems to implement, requiring people to try new things, stop old procedures and become proficient with new skills.

Question: What do you like to do when you’re not working? Hobbies?
I really enjoy being outside, bike rides, walking through the city and road trips.

Question: Notable achievements
Program manager that accomplished the merger of process improvement and change management teams

Question: Where do you see Change Management in utilities in two years?
As a required competency for project sponsors and managers

Related imageQuestion: What is your biggest challenge?
Oh boy, scope creep. keeping sponsors to the original scope of work, saving the new ideas to be properly vetted before adding to the project plans.

Question: Who are a couple of your role models (and why?)
This one requires more thought, I have sooooo many influencers I am completely stumped for an answer.

Question: What’s the biggest misconception you run into in your role (or what people seem to think about Change Management)?
That change work is ‘the soft stuff’….it requires thoughtfulness and a lot of planning to help people have access to new information, opportunities to learn new skills and coaching to be competent in the new operating procedures.


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