Aboutthe Author

Bruce T. Barkley is the author of Integrated Project Management, and Project Risk Management, and is co-author with James Saylor of Customer-Driven Project Management: Building Quality into Project Processes (all from McGraw-Hill). Customer-Driven Project Management has been translated into Chinese, and is on the Project Management Institute Best Seller List.

Mr. Barkley is a senior faculty member and project management curriculum manager with DeVry University, Keller Graduate School of Management in Atlanta. He teaches management courses and chairs the Keller Project Management Faculty Forum in the Atlanta metropolitan region. DeVry/Keller is one of the largest producers of quality graduate project management (MBA and MPM) degrees in the world in a unique online and onsite learning format. Mr. Barkley has managed the Project Management Office (PMO) with Universal Avionics, Inc., Atlanta Office, and served as Vice President of The Learning Group Corporation of Rockville, MD, a project management consulting company. Mr. Barkley was a member of the Senior Executive Service in the federal government in Washington, DC, and served four cabinet secretaries—Transportation, Environment (EPA), Office of Management and Budget, and Heath and Welfare—in a variety of career management positions.

He has a bachelor's degree from Wittenberg University and master's degrees from the University of Cincinnati and The University of Southern California. He has designed and delivered a wide range of online and classroom project management courses for DeVry/Keller, for the University College, University of Maryland, and for various business enterprises. He was awarded the Excellence in Teaching award by the University of Maryland.

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