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I have been called an evangelist for project management, advocating for putting more method to the madness while not just checking off boxes! The effort must result in helping the project team, and organizational leadership, in making better business decisions. Oh, and we have to do all this while having fun!

Gerhard Tekes, German living in Brazil since 1989, has been a practitioner of both general and project management since 1982. Beside being a PMI OPM3 certified Professional since 2006, Gerhard holds a PMP and PMI-RMP certifications.

Founder, A Resource for Growing IT Project Managers. Expertise in banking industry projects and higher education leadership.



On gantthead site, check out my articles and Eye on the Workforce blog. LinkedIn:

I'm a technology professional with 20 years experience. I've managed hardware and software projects, directed project managers, and consulted in project management. I have extensive international experience, with projects in EMEA, India, & Japan. I am also an active speaker and writer, with articles in Projects@Work and other on-line magazines. I actively blog at: I am also been active in PMI for over 10 years in various volunteer roles.

Mr. Mack provides a combination of managerial skills and technical skills in the area of software development with an emphasis on agile development practices. His communications skills have allowed him to work effectively throughout the corporate hierarchy, working with stakeholders ranging from operations staff and users to C-level managers.

Marcos Arias PMP, MBA – Director of Data and Voice Customer Experience Marcos Arias is a 20+yr career executive in AT&T Telecom and Internet Services. Experience: Project Management; Portfolio Management; Product Marketing. Education: Catholic University - B.S. Engineering; Georgia Tech - MBA; George Washington University - Masters Certificate in Project Management. Mr. Arias is married and has two children in Atlanta, GA. He enjoys soccer, volleyball, tennis, books, travel, and wine


"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man."

- George Bernard Shaw