This event is a part of the "Strategies for Working Remotely" panel series, produced by the IDEAS Productivity Project. This online panel session addresses challenges in working remotely, with emphasis on issues faced by collaborating teams in computational research.
|Panel Title||Effective Teaming and Virtual Collaboration|
|Date and Time||Wednesday 2021-10-13 1:00pm-3:00pm WTZ|
|Panelists||Nancy Cooke (Arizona State University), Gary Olson (University of California, Irvine), Elaine Raybourn (Sandia National Laboratories), and Francesca Poli (Oppenheimer Science and Energy Leadership Program)|
|Moderator||Susannah Howieson (Department of Energy)|
|Series Information and Archives||
This panel discussion is part of the DOE Laboratories of the Future (LOTF) workshop series. Registration is required.
DOE laboratories are globally recognized to be masters of science at scale, interdisciplinary research, and operating national user facilities. At the same time, the laboratory complex is entering its eighth decade of existence and retains vestiges of its World War II roots. As the stewards of this national treasure, it is our job to ensure the laboratories have the resources and structures to thrive for the next 70 years and beyond.
Purpose of Workshop: The next event in the DOE Laboratories of the Future (LOTF) workshop series will be focused on effective teaming across the DOE laboratories and how we can best integrate new tools and mechanisms for virtual collaboration. Panel speakers will address:
- How do decision-making teams work together effectively?
- How can virtual collaborative tools help stimulate innovative collaborations?
- What are strategies for working remotely at the national labs?
- What new models of collaborative teaming can be adopted?
Nancy Cooke represents Effective Teamwork for DOE Laboratories of the Future
Gary Olson represents Virtual Collaborative Scholarship
Elaine Raybourn represents Strategies for Working Remotely
Francesca Poli represents Championing New Models of Flexibility to Enhance Scientific Impact
Susannah Howieson works in the Office of Strategic Planning and Interagency Coordination (SPAIC) at the U.S. Department of Energy.