Presentation Title and Goals
Presentation will cover a visual presentation of project management development from the first pyramid in Egypt through modern mega projects in Europe, Asia and the USA. We will discuss where and how the various tools of project management were developed over this time. The History of Project Management is the history of the growth and spread of civilization and is tied to the history of language, mathematics and engineering. Learning the history of a subject brings that subject to life and add a sense of both mystery and enlightenment to our profession.
Marty is currently working in two roles, as the Chief Inventor for ZB Global Design Center, He consults with and manages high technology and Science based projects in the Southern California area for companies including; the Salk Institute, DJ Orthopedics and the Wind River Division of the Intel Corporation. He has worked in various industries including Aerospace, Commercial Product Development, Oil Field Instrumentation and Bio Technology.
Marty has worked with teams both co-located and virtual in Countries around the World. In his other role, Marty is an instructor for UCI in Project Management and Leadership and has been teaching for International Students over the last five years.
Marty is the former VP of Engineering of Interstate Electronics (now part of L-3 Com) and has held Project, Program and Executive positions in various high technology companies. He is an active member of PMI and is a former OC Chapter President and a Fellow of the Chapter. He has both an Engineering background in Electrical Engineering and an MBA and is a licensed professional engineer.
There are 4 PDUs for this event
PDU Category: Technical
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