Influencers for Government

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I'm a design scholar . My research focuses on furthering our understanding of capital-intensive infrastructure projects. My work develops theory, frameworks, and methods for communicating with societal actors how to organize and manage to bridge global infrastructure gaps. Recently, I've started to study other grand societal challenges of the XXI century such as slum upgrades. I'm director of Project Leadership Solutions, a boutique consulting firm for megaproject leadership and governanc




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Specialized in Project, Program & Portfolio Management with 15+ years experience in Technology Solutions Delivery. I provide consultation to businesses and organizations in PM best practices. Managing multiple projects, programs, and portfolios in and out of the government leveraging my expertise in PM, leadership and aligning with business strategy. Currently I also serve as a Board of Director for PMI's Toronto Chapter as Treasurer-Secretary




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Hello fellow projectmanagement.com members, I am available for new on-site assignments and for advisory and support services on a remote basis with very affordable rates. Visit me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Helix-Methods-2062352977313448/ and follow me on twitter @helixman.




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Certifications: Project Management Professional (PMP), PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), Certified Professional in Training Management, Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Senior Certified Professional – IPMA-HR, EMC2 Data Science Associate (EMCDSA), Human Resources Information Professional (HRIP), Security+ certification, and Certified Information Professional (CIP).




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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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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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I love project management and have been fortunate to watch the profession grow as I have worked for 50 years - in the Federal government, as the co-owner of a consulting firm in the Washington, DC, area, and since 1996, on my own after relocating to South Florida where I specialize in it especially in the program, portfolio, and OPM fields. I am a PMP, PgMP, an d, and a member of PMI's Registered Consulting Program. I received the Eric Jenett Award in 2014.




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Independent project manager, author, trainer and consultant based in Canmore, Alberta. In 1994 I was 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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