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Bryan Moser

Bryan Moser

Bryan Moser é professor no MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology e da Universidade de Tokyo. É CEO da GDP – Global Project Design, empresa proprietária da plataforma TeamPort™.

É formado em Computer Science & Engineering pelo MIT-USA, possui mestrado em Technology & Policy pelo MIT-USA, e doutorado em Sciences pela Universidade de Tóquio-Japão.

Recebeu algumas premiações, entre elas: Hugh Hampton Young Fellowship; Kayamori Best Automation Paper Award IEEE; Alumni Award For Excellence In Technology And Policy M.I.T.; Karl Taylor Compton Award M.I.T.  (http://www.mit.edu/~bry/)

Bryan Moser founded Global Project Design in 1999 to transform performance by teams struggling with complex initiatives and systems.

Prior to GPD, for a decade with United Technologies Corporation (UTC), Bryan established strategy, plans, and operations for UTC’s strategic collaboration across Asia with industrial partners, universities, and national R&D programs. Bryan was also a researcher at the University of Tokyo (Department of Precision Machinery Engineering). He formed a team focused on theory, method, and tools for the coordination of complex, global projects. In the late 1980’s Bryan was one of the first foreign engineers at Nissan Motor Corporation in Japan. At Nissan he applied artificial intelligence to computer-aided design, multi-objective optimization, and robotic control problems.

Bryan is currently a Lecturer in System and Project Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He earned a doctorate in the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences at the University of Tokyo, where he now leads multi-disciplinary research on complex socio-technical systems. He supports the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) program at the University of Denver as an adjunct faculty member. Earlier, he earned degrees from MIT in Computer Science and Engineering (bachelors) and Technology & Policy (masters). At MIT he received the Karl Taylor Compton Award, Hugh Hampton Young Fellowship and Alumni Award for Excellence in Technology and Policy.

GPD’s Project Design methods and tools have been demonstrated in aerospace, automotive, petrochemical, construction, telecom, financial, clinical studies, software, I.T., and global services. http://www.gpdesign.com/cases.html

 

Alexander Laufer

Alexander Laufer

 

Alexander Laufer is the director of the Consortium for Project Leadership at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has served as the editor-in-chief of the NASA Academy of Program and Project Leadership Magazine, Academy Sharing Knowledge, and as a member of the advisory board of the NASA Academy of Program and Project Leadership. He has also served as the director of the Center for Project Leadership at Columbia University.

In recent years, many researchers have concluded that one reason for the widespread poor statistics of project results is the wide gap between research and practice. The overall objective of Laufer’s research was to develop a practice-based theory of project management. To this end, he collected firsthand data on the practices of project managers, and believing that management is best learned by emulating exemplary role models, he studies focused on the best practitioners in their respective organizations.

Alex has significant consulting experience and has worked with a number of leading organizations including Boldt, Motorola, NASA, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Procter & Gamble, Skanska, and Turner Construction Company. Laufer is also the co-author of a monthly blog: Living Order: On becoming a project leader, http://living-order.blogspot.co.il/ 

Alex Laufer is the author or coauthor of six books; the two most recent ones are Mastering the Leadership Role in Project Management: Practices that Deliver Remarkable Results (FT Press, 2012) and Breaking the Code of Project Management (Macmillan, 2009). Currently, Alex Laufer together with three other co-authors are working on a new book: Becoming A Project Leader: Blending Planning, Agility and Resilience.

Sobre o livro dos autores: Becoming a Project Leader: Blending Planning, Agility, Resilience, and Collaboration to Deliver Successful Projects, written by Alexander Laufer, Terry Little, Jeffrey Russell, and Bruce Maas, will be published in the fall of 2017 by Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Link para Artigos: http://projectdesignmanagement.com.br/?s=Laufer

 

References

  1. Daft, R.L. and Lengel, R.H. Fusion Leadership: Unlocking the Subtle Forces that Change People and Organizations. 1998, San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
  2. Collins, J. and Hansen, M.T. Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos and Luck-Why Some Thrive Despite Them All. 2011, New York: Random House.
  3. Weick, K.E. Drop your tools: On reconfiguring management education. Journal of Management Education 2007; 31(1): p. 5-16.
  4. Flores, T. Earthly Considerations on Mars. Ask Magazine 2003; 51: p. 5-8.

 

Darci Prado

Darci Prado

Darci Prado

Consultor-sócio da FALCONI, onde atua desde 1996. Engenheiro pela UFMG
com pós-graduação em Engenharia Econômica pela UCMG e doutorado em
Gerenciamento de Projetos pela UNICAMP. Trabalhou na IBM durante 25 anos e foi
professor da Escola de Engenharia da UFMG por 32 anos. Foi um dos fundadores
dos capítulos do PMI de Minas Gerais e Paraná. Está conduzindo a pesquisa sobre
Maturidade em Gerenciamento de Projetos, juntamente com Russell Archibald,
em Brasil, Itália, Espanha e Portugal. É autor de 10 livros sobre gerenciamento de
projetos, da metodologia MEPCP, do modelo de maturidade MMGP e do software
SISGEP. Dentre seus livros publicados no Brasil, dois foram publicados no exterior.

 

Artigos do Autorhttp://projectdesignmanagement.com.br/autores/darci-prado/ 

 

Carlos Alberto de Sousa

Carlos Alberto de Sousa

Carlos Alberto de Sousa

Comunicador com especialização em marketing, gerente de programas e projetos, especialista em sistemas da qualidade na Cemig. Professor, palestrante, diretor de Assuntos Estratégicos e membro do conselho deliberativo da Associação Mineira de Cultura Nipo Brasileira e do comitê de Stakeholders do ChildFund Brasil, faz parte da Comissão de Estudos Especiais em Projetos, Programas e Portfólio – CEE-93 da Associação Brasileira de Normas Técnicas, foi revisor das normas NBR 16277:2017 – Auditoria de projetos – Orientações para desenvolvimento e execução, e 16337:2014 – Gerenciamento de riscos em projetos – Princípios e diretrizes gerais, participou da tradução da norma ABNT NBR ISO 21503:2017 – Gestão de projetos, programas e portfólio – Orientação sobre gestão de programas. Também é membro do Conselho Independente de Certificação do IPMA e já foi já foi membro do conselho fiscal do PMI Capítulo Minas Gerais e do conselho da União Brasileira para a Qualidade. Recebeu em 2012 o Prêmio da Revista Mundo PM, na categoria Projeto Inovador, com o Programa Especial de Manejo Integrado de Árvores e Redes – PREMIAR. Além disso, foi iniciador do grupo Corporate Hackers Brasil e participou da iniciação do Instituto Nova Liderança de Minas Gerais.

Artigos do Autor: http://projectdesignmanagement.com.br/autores/carlos-alberto-de-sousa/

Referências:

ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DE NORMAS TÉCNICAS. NBR ISO 21500:2012. Rio de Janeiro, 2012. 52 p.

PRADO, Darci Santos do. Planejamento e Controle de Projetos. Darci Santos do Prado – Nova Lima (MG). INDG Tecnologia e Serviços Ltda. – 2004 286p.:il (Série Gerência de Projetos – Volume 2, 5ª edição.)

Wantuir Felippe

Wantuir Felippe

Wantuir Felippe

Wantuir Felippe da Silva Junior tem 28 anos de experiência na indústria aeronáutica, sendo 18 anos em atividades de gestão de projetos. Conhecimento e experiência prática aderentes aos conceitos e fundamentos PRINCE2, PMI, IPMA, Métodos Ágeis e Ciclo Deming.

Atualmente consultor, mentor, instrutor e responsável pela Organização & Métodos (PMO) em Gestão de Projetos no Desenvolvimento Integrado de Produto na Embraer (DIP).

Criador dos métodos: Lean Scope Overview (entendimento, desdobramento e gerenciamento de escopo de projetos), Lean Risk Overview Matrix (identificação e gerenciamento de riscos de projetos), Lean Project Direction – LPD (gestão de progresso e decisões em projetos), E2I2 – Extreme Experience In Innovation (desenvolvimento de soluções criativas de engenharia em design de produtos e serviços), Risk Strainer (framework que facilita segregação entre riscos e issues, direcionando tratativas), Wandala (gestão de interesses e desdobramento de requisitos de projetos), EAP Rapport (integração e comunicação em projetos), Blended Modelo 7S & TOC (desdobramento estratégico para projetos), Spock Analysis (julgamento e decisões associados a desvios em projetos).

Artigos do Autorhttp://projectdesignmanagement.com.br/?s=Wantuir

Workshop do Autorhttp://projectdesignmanagement.com.br/produto/wcc/

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Mario Vanhouck

Mario Vanhouck

 

Mario Vanhoucke is a professor at Ghent University (Belgium), Vlerick Business School (Belgium), and a senior teaching fellow at UCL School of Management (University College London, UK). He has previously written books about project scheduling, risk analysis, and project control. As a professor and researcher, Mario is constantly looking for better ways to measure, improve, and optimize the performance of projects in progress and their resource efficiency. Mario has a background in operations research and management science, and aims at combining research with practice. As a founder of the “Operations Research & Scheduling” research group and leader of more than a million euro research projects, Mario sets up collaborations with national and international companies, together with universities in the UK, the USA, and China. He is very active at the Belgian Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and has been awarded by the International Project Management Association (IPMA). Mario also writes his own project management software tools, both as standalone desktop versions and as integrative tools in company software environments. Mario shares his ideas at various international conferences.

 

 

Robert K. Wysocki

Robert K. Wysocki

Robert K. Wysocki, PhD – President EII Publications

Wysocki has over 50 years combined experience as a project manager and business analyst, business process consultant and trainer, information systems manager, systems and management consultant, author, training developer and provider. He has written 25 books on project management and information systems management. One of his books, Effective Project Management: Traditional, Adaptive, Extreme,7th  Edition, has been a best seller and is recommended by the Project Management Institute for the library of every project manager. His most recent books are Effective Complex Project Management: An Adaptive Agile Framework for Delivering Business Value. and co-authoring with Colin Bentley, Global Complex Project Management: An Integrated Adaptive Agile and PRINCE2 LEAN Framework for Achieving Success..He has over 30 publications in professional and trade journals and has made more than 100 presentations at professional and trade conferences and meetings. He has developed more than 20 project management courses and trained over 10,000 senior project managers worldwide.

In 1990 he founded Enterprise Information Insights, Inc. (EII), a project management consulting and training practice specializing in project management methodology design and integration, business process design, project support office establishment, the development of training curriculum and the development of a portfolio of assessment tools focused on organizations, project teams and individuals. In 2011 he revised the company focus and renamed it EII Publications. His client list includes AT&T, Aetna, BMW, British Computer Society, Boston University Corporate Education Center, Computerworld, Czechoslovakian Government, Data General, Digital, Eli Lilly, IBM, J. Walter Thompson, Novartis, Ohio State University, Sapient Corporation, The Limited, The State of Ohio, The State of Vermont, Travelers Insurance, TVA, University of California – Santa Cruz, US Army 5th Signal Corp., US Coast Guard Academy, Wal-Mart, Wells Fargo, ZTE-China and several others.

 

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