Eugene G Spiegle
As a management consultant and certified trainer, Gene has over thirty-five years of experience in management, project management, holding line and staff positions, which enables him to deliver practical, common sense as well as theory-based perspectives. He has an international reputation in project management, communications and information systems project management.
Gene has also performed various positions from President of a firm pioneering and specializing in automated systems to Vice-President of Engineering of a Fortune 500 company.
As a nationally known speaker he has spoken on various topics such as, "Taming A Silent Killer - Your Stress", "Project Management - Pot Luck or Process," “Management – Do I Really Want This Job”. His articles on management and project management have appeared in various journals, trade publications and magazines. He is also the author and designer of the "Project Management Guidelines", a process currently utilized by many organizations to manage their projects. Gene's book Taming a Silent Killer - - Your Stress" was released in May of 2002.
Gene has conducted more than 2000 public and on-site training programs and workshops for organizations such as Abbott Labs, American Express, AT&T, Boeing, Chrysler Corporation, City of Los Angeles, Datek Online Inc., General Motors, Hewlett Packard, MIT National Labs and Xerox Corporation.
Active in many organizations relative to the areas of his expertise, Gene’s affiliations have included Project Management Institute, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, The National Society of Professional Engineers, American Military Engineers, and Association for Quality Performance.
Gene holds degrees in Psychology and Engineering with an advanced degree in Psychology. He has been an adjunct faculty member in project management, engineering management, and communications at University of Pittsburgh and University of Alabama.
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