The AMA Handbook of Project Management

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

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?Muhamed Abdomerovic, Dipl. Eng., PMP, is a Civil Engineer specializing in project management. He has over thirty years of experience in the application of project management system knowledge to projects in the information technology, construction, process industry, and energy sectors. Currently Master Scheduler in FKI Logistex's Integration Division, he was previously a Program Manager with Luckett & Farley. Prior to this, he worked with Energoinvest and had various responsibilities related to project management. He has conducted consultations and courses for executives, managers, and project management professionals. An active participant in the development of the project management profession, Mr. Abdomerovic has published more than thirty professional journal articles on project scope, time, and cost management, along with articles in six proceedings of Project Management World Congresses and two books. He is a member of the International Project Management Association, the Project Management Institute, and several of PMI's specific interest groups. Mr. Abdomerovic graduated from the University of Sarajevo with the Diploma of Civil Engineer, and is certified as a Project Management Professional.

?Theodore R. Boccuzzi, PMP, has over 20 years of capital, manufacturing, and product development project experience serving as Program Manager, Project Manager, Engineering Manager, Construction Manager, and Mechanical Design Leader supporting worldwide programs. He is the holder of three patents for work associated with web conveyance. Mr. Bocuzzi provides consulting on all phases of project management to businesses in the U.S. Specializing in areas such as project planning, project change control, earned value analysis, risk management, project management best practices, establishment of project management offices, and facilitate value engineering sessions. He has helped organizations implement project management methodologies and best practices that meet their specific organizational needs. Mr. Bocuzzi is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology and a member of the

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