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About Tres Roeder
in 2017, project management guru Tres Roeder delivered a popular TEDx on A Sixth Sense for Project Management (link below). A 2012 Recipient of the Kerzner Award for Project Management Excellence, he is a recognized global expert on project management and organizational change. He has been quoted by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, MSN Money, Microsoft Press, Computerworld, Inc.com, the Project Management Institute, Crain's Cleveland Business and the Cleveland Plain Dealer to name a few. He has worked with many of the world's top brands, including, Toyota, John Deere, HSBC, Chrysler, ADM, the Scotts Miracle Grow Company, and American Greetings.
Mr. Roeder's best-selling first book, A Sixth Sense for Project Management, details a proven path to project success. One of the official reviewers of the PMBOK® Guide's new stakeholder chapter, Mr. Roeder's latest book is Project Stakeholder Management published by John Wiley & Sons. Tres Roeder holds a BA in Economics from the University of Illinois, and an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.
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The keys to project management success delivered by one of the world's most respected experts in the field
Why do some project managers achieve their project goals while others fail? Drawing on his years of experience as a recognized global expert on project management and organizational change, author Tres Roeder answers that question, and lays out a proven path to project success.
Focusing on the major differences between project management and other types of management—not least of them being the temporary nature of projects versus the repetitive nature of most managerial tasks—Roeder describes best practices in all key areas of managing project stakeholders.
- A recognized global expert on project management provides the foundational elements required for project management success
- Contributes toward the fulfillment of the continuing education required every three years to maintain PMP® accreditation
- Uses real-world scenarios and relevant case studies to present project management concepts to beginning and intermediate PMP®s
- Contains chapters on Leadership, Buy In, and Negotiation for more advanced project managers
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