Influencers for Organizational Project Management

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I run Roffensian Consulting, www.roffensian.com. We focus on strategic and business transformation initiatives and PMOs, as well as assisting organizations with portfolio selection and management. I also teach project management and I'm never short of opinions. I'm the author of Risk Management for Project Driven Organizations, available now on Amazon. Contact me at andy.jordan@roffensian.com or follow me on Twitter at RoffensianPM




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Satish Subramanian, a Principal at M Squared Consulting / SolomonEdwards Group, is a seasoned strategy and operations leader with expertise in business transformation and strategic execution. He has spent over 25 years as a leadership consultant in management and technology. He authored the book “Transforming Business with Program Management”. He has held executive level positions at Ernst & Young, Infosys, Point B, and Cambridge Technology Partners. He is PgMP, PMP, and Prosci certified.




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As a consultant and trainer in cross-cultural leadership, my mission is to help managers and organizations mobilize collective intelligence and leadership to create value from cultural, professional and cognitive diversity. Based in Paris, I work in French and in English for international clients in various parts of Europe, Africa and Asia.



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Accompanying Project Leaders on their path to Project Success




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Mark is a project management iconoclast -- love him or hate him, he still has an opinion, and he's not afraid to express it. In many ways the quintessential 'accidental project manager', Mark is all about figuring out a better way to get stuff done, and isn't above inventing one when the situation calls for it. Or he gets bored.




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Tolitha has been a volunteer leader with PMI since 2008. She was elected to the PMICIC Board as the VP of Membership in 2017. Prior to that role, she has held roles in the Information Systems Specific Interest Group (PMI-ISSIG) 2008 through 2011 and in the PMI Consulting Community of Practice (CoP) from 2012 through 2015. In 2016, she led the PMI Book Club and was appointed to the PMICIC Board as the VP of Professional Development. Based in Indianapolis, Tolitha is a Sr. Project Manager.




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Sean has worked with some of the worlds most complex mining, IT, space exploration, defense, energy, banking, research and telecommunications organizations helping to improve portfolio, program and project management capability for the organization and for individual practitioners.




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Independent project manager, author, trainer and consultant based in Canmore, Alberta. In 1994 I was very fortunate to be involved in the creation of the agile method DSDM and have been using agile methods including FDD, Scrum and XP for the last 23 years. I served on the board of directors for the Agile Alliance and the board of the Agile Project Leadership Network (APLN). I co-founded the PMI Agile Community of Practice, served on the Steering Committee for the PMI-ACP certification.




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I'm a nerd. A BSEE an MBA, Ex NASA-JSC Engineer with a specialty in avionics and "glass" displays. Gradually, rising in the ranks from engineer, to lead engineer, principal engineer, engineering manager, project manager and on... After a long time at NASA, I managed a company dedicated to turning around troubled projects / programs and operations. Currently I teach project management and PMP(r) courses at Purdue University.



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