Exton, PA—Bright House Networks’ Sabrina Calhoun and Comcast’s Dan Murphy will address advanced network architectures as featured guest lecturers when the 2016 SCTE-Georgia Tech Management Development Program is conducted Monday through Thursday, March 14-17 at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business.
Calhoun, vice president for the engineering and design department of Bright House Networks, and Murphy, senior vice president of engineering and technical operations for Comcast’s Central Division, will speak on Fiber to the Home (FTTH) and DOCSIS® 3.1, respectively, during special sessions at the four-day event at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business. Both sessions will be followed by Q&A with SCTE-Georgia Tech attendees.
Now in its fifth year, the SCTE-Georgia Tech Management Development Program is a technically oriented curriculum that is geared toward high-potential, mid-level cable engineering and operations professionals. The program is designed to help operator and vendor participants to plan and execute projects and to manage in-house and external resources necessary for project success. Attendees rated last year’s program at 4.76 out of a possible 5.0. Information and applications for the current class are available at www.scte.org/georgiatech.
The presentations by Calhoun and Murphy have been selected to align with the SCTE-Georgia Tech academic agenda, which is intended to advance engineers’ careers by providing Strategic Thinking; Communications; Financial Analysis; Management; Leadership; and other skills. In addition, the FTTH and DOCSIS® 3.1 sessions will complement existing SCTE technical training that is available at www.scte.org/courses.
The SCTE-Georgia Tech Management Development Program is part of the SCTE Leadership Institute, which has enhanced the careers of nearly 400 current and future leaders over the past five years. A complementary program, the SCTE-Tuck Executive Leadership Program, is conducted annually at Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business for senior directors, vice presidents and C-level executives. The 2016 SCTE-Tuck program will be conducted Sunday through Friday, April 17-22; information and application forms are available at www.scte.org/tuck.