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What if everything in your life could be a project? This week, we are joined by Antonio Nieto Rodriguez, a champion of project management who has been recognized by Thinkers50, and the author of The Project Revolution. Discover what a project canvas is, the blocks behind a successful project, and what to do when the executive sponsor isn’t buying in to the project.
SocialThere’s a concreteness to viewing the world with a project mindset – join Peter and Antonio as they discuss practical project management
Book: The Project Revolution
Bio: Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez is the world’s champion in project management and founder of a global movement – Brightline – that has transformed a tactical topic such as project management into one of the central issues in CEO’s 2030 agenda. He argues that projects are the lingua franca of the business and personal worlds from the C-suite to managing your career or relationships Antonio’s research and global impact in modern management been recognized by Thinkers50 with the prestigious award “Ideas into Practice”. He has influenced CEOs of leading organizations; preeminent business media such as Harvard Business Review and The Economist; top business schools like Instituto de Empresa and Duke CE; renowned thought leader conclaves, such as Thinkers50 and the Peter Drucker Forum. His vision has impacted thousands of organizations leaders and MBA students. He is a visiting professor at some of the world leading businesses schools (including Duke CE, Skolkovo, IE, Solvay, Vlerick); and a much in demand keynote speaker at events worldwide. Author of the bestselling “The Focused Organization” (Gower 2012) and contributor to four other business books. Antonio is one of the few thought leaders that holds a full time executive position, currently Director of the Project Management Office at GlaxoSmithKline Vaccines. Past Chairman of the Project Management Institute, previously worked at BNP Paribas, Fortis Bank, ABN AMBRO and PricewatherhouseCoopers.
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