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Stephen M. Markgraf

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Boeing Enterprise
Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika

With more than 25 years of experience in Program and Project Management, Steve currently works for The Boeing Company where he led the establishment of Boeing’s Enterprise Project Management Office (EPjMO) in 2012.

Steve currently represents Boeing as a member of PMI’s Global Executive Council and acted as Technical Advisor for PMI on the development of their Practice Guide on Navigating Project Complexity.

Steve served for five years as a US team member to ISO on the development of international standards for Project, Program and Portfolio Management and served as a member of the International Aeronautical Federations Project Management Committee on the further development of the project management skill across aerospace companies.

Steve was awarded for teaching excellence in Project Management from the University of Washington’s School of Business where he taught more than 100 classes in Project & Program Management over a 9 year period.

Prior to working for Boeing, Steve spent 13 years traveling to more than 60 countries while working as a supervisor and project manager on sub-sea diving operations. During this time Steve managed diverse project teams on sub-sea construction and inspection projects for multiple off-shore oil companies.

Steve holds four University degrees including an Executive (MBA) degree in business from Cornell University. He has a masters certificate in Project Management from George Washington University, is PMP certified, and is qualified in Lean and 6-Sigma.


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Jan 2017
Although complexity on projects has always existed, projects continue to become more and more complex for a variety of different reasons – of which we will explore just a few. The purpose of this short article is to make you think a little...
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