Round Table Project Management is headed by Bruce Fieggen, a self-proclaimed “project management guru” with the passion and experience to match. A New Jersey native, Bruce involves modern media production (mostly US-based television programmes, newspapers and Internet sites) in a unique blogging experience for the PPM Community follower. A reader might find a post about leadership from a reality TV game show like Survivor, or learn more about popularised current events through a PM-centric prism.
“I notice a lot of projects and examples of good and bad leadership around me that have lessons for my fellow project managers. I bring these to light by pointing out those lessons,” Bruce told us. “I love to teach Project Management. And when I am not in front of a class, I still want to show these lessons to anyone who will pay attention.”
For those concerned about his real-world application experiences, you’ll be pleased to know that Bruce has it in droves.
“I have managed projects for 25 years in the Medical Device and Pharmaceutical Industries,” he says. “I’ve been a PMP for 13 years. I’ve taught Project Management for Universities and private companies for the last 10 years. I have also planned over 200 projects for other people using the Cadence methodology.”
As mentioned in his pharmaceutical industry background points, Bruce currently serves as Vice President of Project Management and Training at QPharma, Inc.
Additionally, Bruce is writing a business novel, one he describes as “placing project management in King Arthur’s time. He posted an excerpt – not the least bit ironically – on the Round Table
He was almost embarrased to reveal the most popular post at Round Table – it involved New York congressman Anthony Wiener’s fall from grace in 2011. “So let’s call that post an anomaly,” he quipped. He does offer something more relevant for PPM practitioners as a popular post (and one of his favourites):
Other favourites include this one:
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