Pros in the Field
Our speakers share knowledge gained from decades of experience working, teaching, and consulting in the field of Project Management.
Looking for a keynote speaker well versed in project management consulting and training, someone with years of experience who has the ability to engage your audience? You’ve found the source! Check out our professional presenters, Doug Boebinger, Bill Dannenmaier, Myles Miller, and Tom Mochal.
Email or call us and we’ll help you select the perfect presentation and speaker for your next project management event or conference.
Project Management Speakers
Integrated Process Developers, Inc.
42582 White Hart Blvd.
Canton, MI 48188
speakers [at] processdevelopers [dot] com
Let Project Management Speakers be your source for dinner meeting and Professional Development Day (PDD) presentations.
We offer a wide variety of topics from project management to general business interests, including IPDI’s oft-requested “Poor Man’s” series.
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“Doug spoke at our October 2016 lunch and dinner meetings on the subject, ‘Poor Man’s Approach to Earned Value.’ He took what typically is a dry subject and made it relevant and as a result the audience was very engaged, asking questions and soliciting feedback. After the event, Doug was gracious enough to share the technical documentation and the slide deck from the presentation. I had heard positive things about Doug from some members in the Winnipeg chapter where he had done education programs. Based on their accolades and our experience, we would enjoy having Doug speak again for our chapter at future events.”
— President PMI®-NEW (Northeast Wisconsin)
“Taking this opportunity to say ‘Thank You’ in a big way for accepting our invitation to be our guest speaker for the April, 2015 PMI® WLEC Chapter. Your topic entitled ‘Black Swan (no, not the movie)’ was very appropriate for our audience. Your presentation and knowledge transfer was a great fit for many of the PMs’ work and in today’s environment. Thank you again for the great presentation and knowledge share.”
– PMI® WLEC Board
“Myles is the one of the best presenters of on-line live training technology. He really keeps the learners engaged.”
– Lennie Whitcomb, Corporate Learning Manager, Gannett Fleming
“Bill’s passion for project management is evident to all of his students, and his courses are a unique experience that should not be missed. Thanks to attending Bill’s project management course, I have been a more effective team member and a valuable addition to some of the highest profile projects within my organization. The techniques and tools that Bill teaches are indispensable in the modern work place, and I count myself as lucky to be one of Bill’s students.”
— Brian Gille, Geomechanics Consultant
“As a returning presenter for our PMI® chapter’s Professional Development Day, Doug proved why he is a perennial favorite with our members. Once again Doug’s expertise and unique delivery style provided great value to all who attended as evidenced by the overwhelmingly positive feedback. Not only did he share with the members his insights into the two topics for the day, Essentials of Agile, and Rescuing Troubled Projects, he also provided relevant examples and realistic strategies for success. We’re looking forward to his next visit!”
— Frank Lopes, PMP®, Vice President of Professional Development, PMI® Western Lake Erie Chapter, Toledo, OH
Sample Project Management Professional (PMP)® Presentation Topics
Black Swans (no, not the movie)
Explores the world of highly improvable risks that can have a substantial impact on your project, your organization and the world. Learn to avoid significant problems.
Recovering Troubled Projects
Outlines the necessary steps to stop the hemorrhaging and get your floundering project back onto the path to success.
Planning Large Projects and Programs
As projects get larger, they can reach a level of complexity where ad hoc approaches to project management become wasteful and inefficient. For these projects, project management becomes a technical discipline in its own right. To run such projects efficiently, project managers use formal project management methodologies such as PMBOK® Guide or PRINCE2.
Green Project Management
The world is going green. We are collectively realizing that we do not have an unlimited amount of air or water or space to continue to utilize resources as we have done in the past. How can we apply these “green” concepts to our project management discipline? One obvious way is that we can manage green projects more efficiently. The sooner that project ends, the sooner the green benefits will be achieved.
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