Project Information Management System

Project Information Management System

by Rodolfo Siles PMP

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BN ID: 2940012808394
Publisher: PM4DEV
Publication date: 11/01/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 841 KB

About the Author

Rodolfo has worked with CARE USA, for 12 years holding positions such as Deputy Country Director to Director of Programs and Information Systems. In addition to vast experience in the field, he is a subject expert, author of the books: "Fundamentals of Project Management"; "Project Management Information Systems"; and "Mastering Project Management (upcoming mid 2010)" ; in addition to project management methodologies, processes and training materials; all sponsored by PM4DEV. Furthermore, Rodolfo has a Master's degree in Management Science, he is a PMP (Project Management Professional) from PMI (Project Management Institute), Certified by Stanford University in Advanced Project management and by Cornell University in Project Leadership. In addition to his 15 years of NGO experience as a consultant and senior director of CARE, he has a 15-year career background in engineering, construction project and business management. He has worked extensively in Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, El Salvador and Nicaragua, Ethiopia, Nepal, South Africa, Egypt, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and other international locations around the world. He is fluent in English and Spanish.

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