STEVE WILSON

    Keynote TOPIC: Agile-Waterfall & Gorilla Glue, a Hybrid Case Study

    STEVEN WILSON is a senior project manager with over 25 years of project and program management experience. He has managed multi-million dollar engagements for Fortune 500 companies in North America. Steve has extensive experience in Product Development, Portfolio Management, Program Management, Project Management Tools, PMO, and Project Management Training. He has been a featured keynote speaker at project management events and has strong expertise in both classroom and virtual project management training. Currently, Steve serves as a Program Manager/Sr. Project Manager at Bosch Security Systems with portfolio oversight of projects to be delivered over multiple years.

    Steve is also President and Co-founder of Journey Training Institute specializing in project management and leadership training. Steve is the Principal Consultant and Lead Instructor for PMP® and CAPM® Certification Exam Prep training as well as Project JumpStartSM focusing on the application of PM concepts and tools. Steve’s enthusiasm, knowledge, and experience make his classes educational, enjoyable and upbeat. Students have said that his extensive and varied real-world experience is what sets him apart from other instructors.

    Steve is certified as a PMP and PMI-ACP and has been a member of PMI since 2003. Over the last 15-years, he has successfully delivered training to over 1,000 PMs throughout North and South America, Europe and Asia.

    Steve authored a book titled: “Leadership Spirit” A Collection of Leadership Applications For Practicing Leaders, Project and Program Managers. This invigorating book allows you to see examples and perspectives that can be immediately applied to your professional and personal life. The direct application can be a great help to those who desire to grow their project and program management leadership skills.

    Steve holds a Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Education and worked as a professional educator for 14 years.

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