The AMA Handbook of Project Management

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

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►Theodore R. Boccuzzi, PMP, has over 25 years of capital, manufacturing, and product development project experience serving as Portfolio Manager, 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. Boccuzzi provides consulting on all phases of project management to businesses in the United States. 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. Boccuzzi is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology and a member of the Project Management Institute, serving as President of the Rochester Chapter (2002–2003) and a contributor to A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, Third Edition, and The PMBOK® Guide, Third Edition: An Overview of the Changes, and Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3®), Second Edition.

►Manuel M. Benitez Codas is a consultant in project management and strategic planning with M.M. Benitez Codas in Brazil. Prior to starting his own consulting company in 1990, he worked for more than twenty years in large Brazilian and Paraguayan engineering organizations, involved with large hydroelectric and mass transport projects. Mr. Codas also developed intensive training activities related to project management for several companies in Brazil. He has published articles in the International Journal of Project Management and RAE-Business Administration Magazine. Mr. Codas is the founder and former president of the Sao Paulo Project Management Association and a member of the Project Management Institute and the Association of Project Managers.

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