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NISO Training Series: Project Management for the Information Community: Managing and Communicating the Process, April 5, 2019, Session Seven

Eugene Spiegle has an extensive background as an educator, teaching and training project management. He will summarize the state of the art in project management, both as an evolving field and as an opportunity for further training and certification.

Eugene Spiegle

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Associate Professor of Professional Practice and Undergraduate Program Director, (New Brunswick), Rutgers University

Gene was founder and President of the Cambridge Group, Project Management consulting and organizational development firm located in Bedminster, New Jersey. He has an international reputation in project management, communications; and operations management. He has over forty five years experience in management, project management, both line and staff positions, which enables him to deliver practical, common sense as well as theory-based perspectives. Mr. Spiegle has performed consulting, conducted training and delivered workshops for organizations like AT&T, Bechtel, Black & Veatch, Boeing, Chrysler Corporation, City of Los Angeles DPW, and U. S. Corp. of Engineers, Datek Online Inc., General Motors, Hewlett Packard, MIT National Labs, Xerox Corporation and the United Nations.

Maureen Adamson

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Principal, Adamson & Associates

Maureen Adamson is an information industry consultant offering business planning grounded in market research and market insights, optimizing knowledge of appropriate enabling technologies to deliver on business and organizational goals. Projects often include qualitative and quantitative market research and analysis of market needs, trends, and value propositions. Assignments can also include product / service development. Her approach to business planning and project management focuses on the importance of understanding goals and context, clear objectives and communications. This includes bringing marketing and technical knowledge into the planning process to ensure strategic goals are pre-eminent in development.