Posts by Jack Ferraro
Jack has 20 years of professional training experience, including instructional design, content development, classroom instruction and online instruction. He has extensive knowledge of the current Project Management Institute (PMI)® standards for project, program and portfolio management. Jack has prepared over 500 project managers for the PMP® exam and teaches project management fundamentals and project leadership. Jack’s brings real world project management experiences in the classroom through his 20 plus years of consulting in project management. He has experience in pharmaceutical, manufacturing, higher education, and financial industries. He is a seasoned project management practitioner experienced in team development while leading complex enterprise technology, vendor management, change management and business process improvement projects. Jack is the author of two project management books, The Strategic Project Leader: Mastering Service-based Project Leadership, available on Amazon. “... a truly uplifting book with a self-directed plan to build leadership competencies and recommended tools for establishing compatibility and trust that allows project leaders to truly change the world by connecting their values with their work.” —Dr. Tony Alessandra, author of The Platinum Rule and Charisma Jack’s second book, Project Management for Non Project Managers was published in 2012 by AMACOM. “a great book that will enable managers to understand the value of project management and how they must contribute to a successful project…” John M. Muraski, MS University of Wisconsin College of Business Jack is passionate about using project management to effect positive organizational change. He enjoys consulting, training and mentoring project stakeholders and teams seeking to spearhead organizational change. He has designed a project leadership program based on The Strategic Project Leader to help project managers build their leadership and communication skills.


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Gain Project Support from Leery Stakeholders

By | Posted Dec 18, 2013

Project support success is more likely to occur with an active involvement from your sponsor and key stakeholders. Projects stakeholders […]