The AMA Handbook of Project Management

By Paul C. Dinsmore; Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin | Go to book overview

ABOUT THE EDITORS

PAULC. DINSMORE, PMP

Paul C. Dinsmore, PMP, is an international speaker and seminar leader on project management. He is the author of ten books, including Winning in Business with Enterprise Project Management (AMACOM, 1998), and has written more than one hundred professional papers and articles. Mr. Dinsmore is president of Dinsmore Associates, a training and consulting group focused on project management and team building. Prior to establishing his consulting practice in 1985, he worked for twenty years as a project manager and executive in the construction and engineering industry for Daniel International, Morrison Knudsen International, and Engevix Engineering.

Mr. Dinsmore has performed consulting and training services for major companies including IBM, ENI-Italy, Petrobrás, General Electric, Mercedes Benz, Shell, Control Data, Morrison Knudsen, the World Trade Institute, Westinghouse, Ford, Caterpillar, and Alcoa. His speaking and consulting practice has taken him to Europe, South America, South Africa, Japan, China, and Australia. The range of projects where Mr. Dinsmore has provided consulting services include company reorganization, project start-up, development and implementation of project management systems, and training programs, as well as special advisory functions for the presidents of several organizations. Mr. Dinsmore contributes articles to such professional magazines as PM Network and Chief Project Officer He participates actively in the Project Management Institute, which awarded him its Distinguished Contributions Award as well as the prestigious title of Fellow of the Institute. He is also on the Board of Directors of the PMI Educational Institute.

Mr. Dinsmore graduated from Texas Tech University and completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School. He can be reached at paul.dinsmore@ dinsmore.com.br.


JEANNETTE CABANIS-BREWIN

Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin is Editor in Chief of the Center for Business Practices, a knowledge center that captures,

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