In the profession of Project Management, Lee R Lambert, PMP, PMI Fellow has established the standard against which others in the field are measured.
Lee was the original PPM Innovator and throughout a fast-paced 18 year corporate career with Chicago Bridge & Iron, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, General Electric (Nuclear Reactor Division) and Battelle Memorial Institute he quickly ascended to senior management positions. During this time the was responsible for the development and implementation of ground-breaking, sophisticated Enterprise project management processes for Engineering, Medical Diagnostics and Research & Development.
Educated as a Mechanical Engineer at Utah Valley University Lee hold a Masters in Project Management from George Washington University. In 1981, as a result of his pragmatic application of the PM methodologies, Lee was invited to be a Founding member of the team that created the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Program. He has received numerous awards and recognition for his work in the field, including being named a PMI Fellow in 2009. His company Lambert Consulting, was named Professional Development Provider of the Year (PMI) in 2007
As an author of three books and 32 professional papers no other project management educator/speaker can contend with Lee’s uncanny technical knowledge. His refreshing and entertaining delivery combined with his hard-hitting, but humorous style, has mesmerised more than 50,000 students in 23 countries.
Lee R Lambert’s PPM Innovator’s Summit presentation is entitled:
“CORONAVIRUS, QUARANTINE, AND A PPM: IS YOUR ORGANIZATION PREPARED FOR ISOLATION?”.
In today’s digital world there is no excuse for not being able to access critical decision support information regardless of where you are. The recent events associated with the Coronavirus have changed the way we think about how we should manage our organizations. Those companies that have invested in an implementation of a sophisticated PPM approach are able to easily pivot and make effective, efficient, and timely important management decisions in absentia. In the current “Project Economy” it has become obvious that “everything is a project and everyone is a project manager”. Don’t let “physical presence” be a necessity. A PPM will provide an invisible link to all components of an organization and their respective decision makers. Those organizations that haven’t had the foresight to proactively invest in the implementation of a sophisticated PPM approach will be left to ask; “How did they do that”? In the world of Digital Transformation, you only have two choices–either you are in or you are OUT. Your call!
Watch the recording of Lee’s session from the 2020 PPM Innovators Virtual Summit here.