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With over 17 years experience managing complex systems integration and software development projects, Kevin Aguanno (MSPM, PMP, IMPA Level B) is known in the industry for his innovative approaches to solving common project management problems. Specializing in agile project management and troubled project recovery, Kevin is an active member and the founding director of the Project Management Association of Canada and a recipient of University of Toronto’s Excellence in Teaching Award.
Paul Bergman (PEng, PMP) is the President and Senior Consultant of one of the leading project management training and consulting companies in Canada. Paul has served as a scheduler, project manager, trainer, and facilitator for projects in telecommunications, manufacturing, automotive, information technology services, and government. He has over 15 years experience in all aspects of formal project management including projects of all sizes. Paul has been consulting in project management since 1994. He currently provides services in project facilitation, project management training, project management consulting, project management software selection and implementation, and project scheduling services.
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Gerry Call (MBA, BC, CHRP) is a speaker, consultant, facilitator, and author, with over 30 years of academic and practical business experience and strong capabilities to motivate and entertain audiences. He is noted for his 'down to earth' style as well as for his positive and humorous attitude towards his topics. Gerry creates powerful learning environments to help people move from the 'okay' to the 'extraordinary'.
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As a former Executive Director of the Centre for Innovative Management at Athabasca University (AB), Dr. Carr helped establish the world's first online MBA + MBA in Project Management. He is currently assisting the development of IT World Canada's online Tech Learning Space, as well as the operations capability of the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority. Dr. Carr is also actively involved in the development and application of information technology in the Third World with NetHope.
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Ron Champion is a senior language instructor and special projects manager for Renison’s English Language Institute (uWaterloo). He has a degree in economics, certification in teaching English as a second language, 15 years’ executive experience with an international educational organization, a partnership in a writing consultancy, a registered trademark for something called Guerrilla Grammar®, and more than a decade of teaching experience. But Ron is especially proud of his collection of single malts—nearly one hundred at last count.
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Robert Ducharme (MAcc, CA) obtained his CA designation in 1998 and has been active in a medium-sized public practice since 1993. Robert is currently an adjunct faculty member of University of Waterloo’s School of Accounting and Finance. He develops and instructs various financial and managerial accounting courses for the CA students and non-accounting majors. Robert is also a supplement author for various financial and managerial accounting textbooks for post-secondary education.
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Matt Erickson has worked at the University of Waterloo for over 20 years: as the University Ombudsman for staff relations within Waterloo's Human Resources Department and as the Director of Conflict Management and Human Rights Office. He provides a wide range of services to the Waterloo community including mediation, coaching, investigation, education, and training. He has facilitated hundreds of educational sessions and workshops for both the academic and corporate audiences.
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Stan Katz (PMP, MBA) has over 30 years of project management and business experience, and he has held the position of COO, VP, and Director with several large organizations. He is a co-author of "Management Practices in Information Technology" published by the CICA. He has led multi-million dollar projects in both Canada and the United States as well as established and run Project Management Offices. He has a wide range of experience gained from assisting clients in a wide variety of industries, including the public sector.
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Lorne Lazenby began his career in the automotive industry working on the assembly line at the St. Thomas Assembly Plant building Mavericks and Pintos. He quickly moved up in the company and worked for several years as a Production Supervisor, Quality Control Manager, Senior Industrial Engineer, and Senior Labour Relations Consultant. Lorne has an abundance of senior level experience, training, and consulting on human resources issues, with particular expertise in labour relations and attendance management.
Patsy Marshall (MSc, BASc) is not only a business owner, teacher/trainer, keynote speaker and author; she was awarded Paul Harris Award from Rotary International for her exemplary volunteer commitment in her community. Her extensive training experience includes teaching for University of Waterloo, Brock University’s B. Ed. Program, University of Guelph, and Conestoga College. In November 2006, Patsy received the Conestoga College’s J. David Stewart Award for over 30 years of teaching excellence and leadership.
Andrew McMurry (PhD, MA, BSc) is a published author and an Associate Professor in University of Waterloo’s English Department. He regularly teaches courses on environmental discourse, as well as rhetorical criticism, new media, and semiotics. Other areas in which he has opinions, but limited expertise, include superheroes, weather, hockey, pumpkins, swords and sorcery, farming (dairy and ant), graphic design, bricolage, false consciousness, catastrophes (especially world-ending), argufying, fish mongery, and soup (theory and practice).
Harry Mingail (BMath, BAdmin, PMP, CBAP) brings 30 years of project management, business analysis, portfolio management, and management consulting experience from a variety of industries including: banking, government, oil, pharmaceutical, real estate, manufacturing, sales, HR, health, call centre, software, hydro, retail, training, insurance, tourism, recreation, sports, telecommunications, and media. He is the author of several books (Project Management Entrepreneuring; Business Information Technology Strategic Planning; Business Guide to Telephone Systems) and has published more than 100 articles about project management.
Sola Oduko holds bachelor and master degrees in Computer Sciences, and a second master's degree in Business Administration. He also holds the Information Technology Infrastructure Library Manager's Certificate in IT Services Management. He is designated as a Project Management Professional, an Information Systems Professional, and a Chartered Engineer. He has 20 years experience in IT service management, business analysis, project management, strategy formulation and implementation, department management, risk analysis and management, business process redesign, business continuity and disaster recovery management, using various best practice frameworks, in several countries.
Timothy Paci (MA) is a member of the Department of Drama and Speech Communication at the University of Waterloo, where he teaches public speaking, interviewing, and organizational communication. He also teaches in the Department of English at uWaterloo and St. Jerome's University, at the uWaterloo Writing Centre, and almost anywhere else on campus where students need instruction in communication. In addition, he is the co-founder and owner of The Business of Writing, a consulting firm specializing in written and spoken workplace communications.
Morag Robinson has an Honours BA in Psychology, an MBA from Queen's University, and she holds the Certified Business Analysis Professional designation. She is a member of the International Institute of Business Analysis. Her career in business analysis has spanned many business streams including credit, stores, supply chain management, and finance. For the last 5 years her main focus has been on an enterprise wide business intelligence system for stores, vendors, and merchants.
Since graduating with his Bachelor of Chemical Engineering and Management from McMaster University, Craig Ryan has spent over 20 years helping individuals and organizations survive and thrive in a rapidly changing world. Working independently and in association with others, he specializes in consulting, educating, facilitating, and coaching in the areas of: Collaborative Change, Organizational Effectiveness, and Continuous Improvement.
Carl Sergeant, PMP, brings an entrepreneurial, results-based focus to his consulting and presenting practice based on more than three decades of project, program, and portfolio management experience. An internationally respected leader in the field, Carl has been recognized as one of the fifty most powerful and influential project management professionals in the world by the Project Management Institute's (PMI) PM Network Magazine.
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Keith Sarre draws on over 25 years of private sector business experience in financial services, professional services, utilities, and telecommunications. He has acquired a deep understanding of the business analyst role from several viewpoints, having successfully fulfilled both client-facing and internal software development assignments in finance, energy retailing, pension trust, human resources, and IT.
Michael Stefanovic (PEng, MBA, PMP) has 23 years of hands-on bilingual project management experience. Michael has managed numerous real estate development projects including the $68 million retrofit of the Sun Life building in Montreal. Previous project controls management experience include working with SNC on the $100 million Billiton tungsten ore refining plant and on the definition phase of a Liquefied Natural Gas ‘peak shaving’ plant for Consumer Gas.
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