Rick A. Morris, PMP, is a certified Scrum Agile Master, Human Behavior Consultant, best-selling author, mentor, and evangelist for project management. Rick is an accomplished project manager and public speaker. His appetite for knowledge and passion for the profession makes him an internationally sought-after speaker delivering keynote presentations for large conferences and PMI events around the world. He holds the PMP (Project Management Professional), MPM (Masters of Project Management), Scrum Agile Master, sAFE, PMI-ACP, Six Sigma Green Belt, MCITP, MCTS, MCSE, TQM, ATM-S, ITIL, ISO certifications, and is an Executive Director for the John Maxwell Team. Rick is the Owner of R2 Consulting, LLC and has worked for organizations such as GE, Xerox, and CA and has consulted to numerous clients in a wide variety of industries including financial services, entertainment, construction, non-profit, hospitality, pharmaceutical, retail, and manufacturing. Rick has over 100 implementations of Project and Portfolio Management and Agile systems including Clarity, Project Server, Planview, Primavera, Daptiv, Agile Central, Workfront, and many others. Rick has three previous books The Everything Project Management Book, 2nd Edition, Project Management That Works!, and Stop Playing Games! His latest book No Day But Today! is an Amazon #1 best seller. Rick has collaborated with some of the best in the business contributing chapters and insight to several publications including the Amazon #1 best seller Agile Almanac – Book 2. Rick also appears weekly on his live radio show “The Work/Life Balance” on the Voice America Business Network Fridays at 5 PM EST/ 2 PM PST. Rick was also a subject of an unsolicited Forbes article titled, “How An Author Amassed over 200 Quality Recommendations on Linked In.” An active member of the Project Management Institute, graduate of the PMI Leadership Institute Masters Class (LIMC), and Mentor to the 2012 PMI LIMC, Rick is no stranger to being center stage in front of large groups of people. At the early age of 11, Rick was a Walt Disney World Performer in their seasonal shows. In high school, he worked at MGM Studios on various projects including the New Mickey Mouse Club. Taking the experience of his youth and blending it with the knowledge he attained throughout his career, Rick has been able to inspire and mentor many project managers. His blend of real world experience and down to earth delivery style makes his passion for the profession contagious.