Lee R. Lambert, has established the standard against which educators and practitioners
in the field of Project Management are measured. In 1981 he was invited to join
the team that created the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Project Management
Professional (PMP) Certification Program. He is a Past President Central Ohio PMI,
PMI Fellow (2009) and PMI's Professional Development Provider of the Year (2007).
Lee has authored two books and more than 30 professional article/whitepapers. He
is also PMI SME for the EVMS Practice Guide and the Project Estimating Practice
Guide. Educated in Engineering Design at Utah Technical College, he is a holder
of a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from George Washington University.
As the creator of the “Stealth Learning” concept, no other educator/speaker can
contend with his uncanny technical knowledge, unique material content and refreshingly
entertaining delivery. Lee takes the saying; “Been there, done that, got the T-shirt”
to the next level as he continues to “make a difference” in his chosen field.
We are dedicated to combining our project management knowledge and real-world insight
and experience with critical facts, quick-witted, lighthearted presentations and
reality-based anecdotes, to bring levity to a typically dry and often tedious subject.
We use a practical, humorous, creative and effective CommonSense based learning
facilitation style that has been emphatically praised by over 30,000 students throughout
the world. We believe there is no reason why project management
has to be boring! Find Out More
Lee's Corporate PM Experience
Lee has over 40 years of experience in the project management arena and has provided
comprehensive user training and project management capability/needs assessments,
including line and consulting responsibilities, human resource management, cross-functional
team creation and development and implementation of project management policies
and procedures. Find out more...