Robert K. Wysocki, Ph.D., has over 40 years
experience as a project management consultant and trainer,
information systems manager, systems and management
consultant, author, training developer and provider. He has
written 15 books on project management and information
systems management. One of his books, Effective Project
Management, 4th Edition, has been a best seller and is
recommended by the Project Management Institute for the
library of every project manager. He has over 30
publications and presentations 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.
In 1990 he founded Enterprise Information Insights, Inc.
(EII), a project management consulting and training practice
specializing in project management methodology design and
integration, 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. His clients include AT&T,
Aetna, Babbage Simmel, British Computer Society, Boston
University Corporate Education Center, Computerworld,
Converse Shoes, Czechoslovakian Government, Data General,
Digital, Eli Lilly, Harvard Community Health Plan, IBM, J.
Walter Thompson, Ohio State University, Peoples Bank,
Sapient, The Limited, The State of Ohio, Travelers
Insurance, US Army Signal Corps, Wal-Mart, Wells Fargo, ZTE
and several others.
He is Series Editor for Effective Project Management for
Artech House, a publisher to the engineering profession. He
is a member of the ProjectWorld Executive Advisory Board,
the Project Management Institute, the American Society of
Training & Development, and the Society of Human
Resource Management. He is past Association Vice President
of AITP (formerly DPMA). He earned a BA in Mathematics from
the University of Dallas, and an MS and Ph.D. in
Mathematical Statistics from Southern Methodist University.