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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