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Brad Egeland is a consultant with over 20 years of IT Program/Project Management experience. He has successfully led development efforts and implementations involving teams and clients all over the world in a wide range of industries including aviation, healthcare, facilities management, entertainment, engineering, government sector, and non-profit. Visit Brad Egeland’s website
Elizabeth Harrin, BA MA MBCS, lives and works in London, England, and is the author of Project Management in the Real World, a case-study based analysis of techniques that can be applied by the time-starved professional to help effectively implement change. She is a PRINCE2 Practitioner and also trained in Six Sigma. She writes the award-winning blog A Girl’s Guide to Project Management.
Nancy Ingall’s has a master’s degree in Information Systems Management and is a PMP. She has over 15 years of experience in the project management field for software development, data warehousing infrastructure and process improvement. She has worked in a variety of business
environments including Government, Healthcare, Education, Banking and Retail. She currently operates her own business as Ingall’s Consulting and is specializing in portfolio management implementations.
Kelly Wilhelm has been a business consultant for over 15 yrs. During her career, she has written several internal corporate articles, “eMail Etiquette”, “Office Energy Dynamics”, “What does Your Manager Need?” and “Setting Boundaries”.