All posts by emadrahim

Dr. Emad Rahim is an award-winning author, educator, entrepreneur, Fulbright Specialist and TEDx Speaker. He has over 10 years of experience as a project manager, managing a diverse portfolio of projects for cross-functional organizations around the country. He earned advanced post-doctoral credentials from Harvard, Tulane, and the University of Maryland/UC. He has a Doctorate of Management and two graduate degrees in business from Colorado Tech, and completed his undergraduate education at SUNY Empire State College, and multiple professional certifications (PMP, CSM, APMC, OMCP, CM). He currently serves as the Kotouc Family Endowed Chair and Professor at Bellevue University, and Training Consultant at Cornell University.

The Benefits of Risk Management Planning

- Dr. Emad Rahim, Kotouc Family Endowed Chair of PM Center of Excellence A risk management plan ensures that risks are managed properly. The goal is to reduce impact of negative risks and to increase the impact of opportunities. The risk management plan provides a tool for reporting risk to senior managements as well as the ...

Careers in #ProjectManagement – The Future of #ProjectManagers

By, Ioan Gaitan, Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge of Civil Engineering Operations and Student in MPM Degree Program  Tech. Sgt. Ioan Gaitan, inspects aggregate brought on site for an airfield project at Suwon Air Base, Republic of Korea Although the project management practitioners continue to be in high demand, the opportunities offered will vary by sector and location. ...

Thought Leadership in Project Management: with Dr. Rick Johnson, Consultant in Construction Management

Dr. Rick Johnson specializes in the architecture, engineering, and construction professions. He has established a high level professional expertise in management science and project management on a global scale. As an inducted presidential member of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS); he has also evolved his leadership skills to a recognized national level through the Sigma Alpha ...

21s Century Leadership: Healthcare Organizations

- By Dr. Terrence D. Duncan, DBA, MBA Dr. Terrence D. Duncan, holds a Doctor of Business Administration degree from Walden University. He also holds a Masters of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Health Care Management. Dr. Duncan has two of his works published in health care related matters. With 10 years of ...

Tips To Increase The Engagement Level Of Your Project Team

PM Center Insider – by Dr. Wayne Richards Jr. Dr. Wayne Richards serves as a PM Center Faculty teaching in the MPM Degree Program at Bellevue University. He is also the Program Manager of External Programs at Raytheon Intelligence where he leads the execution and supports the capture of internally/externally funded programs for professional engineering ...

What is the Best Power of the Project Manager?

By Fahad Usmani, PMP®, PMI-RMP®, contributing blogger When I was studying this topic, I saw everywhere that the expert and reward powers are the best powers for the project manager, and all sources were pointing this out. However, I was not convinced, so I researched it and gave a lot of thought to this topic ...

PM Center of Excellence at Bellevue University

- By Dr. Emad Rahim, PMP, COMP, Kotouc Endowed Chair We have been very busy the last few months getting our Project Management Center of Excellence up and running. There are only a handful of Universities that have established a Center of Excellence dedicated to the study and practice of project management. We wanted to get ...

Dispelling Myths around Project Sponsorship

Dispelling Myths around Project Sponsorship – by Radhia Benalia, PhD, PMP, Certified Green Belt Radhia Benalia is a pracademic. In addition to filling a leading position in a regional project management training and consultancy organization in the Middle-East, she is preparing a PhD thesis on Success Factors for Senior/Top Managers in Projects. Ms. Benalia has also ...