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Richard Schreiber: Project Management and Agility in Everyday Life

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Richard Schreiber has over 20 years' experience in project management, software delivery and business process analysis. He has published many articles on related topics including corporate travel. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from Emerson College and is also a certified Project Management Professional and Scrum Master. As a journalist, Mr. Schreiber has always sought to make his writing accessible, resourceful and expertly researched, standing out in his craft. Richard founded his own consulting practice providing expertise on strategic analysis and planning and has led a team of project managers and software development teams producing solutions for Fortune 500 clients and top AM LAW firms. 

In his spare time you can find him contributing to autism awareness with his Meetup group NYC Autism Community and their website http://nycautismcommunity.org/. This e-community site provides resources in the NYC area, upcoming meet-up events, and a place for families to share their stories with Autism in the hopes of helping others facing a similar situation.

About our discussion he says, "I learned my project management craft organically and by using my communications skills, natural organizational skills and analytical capabilities before learning more structured and theoretical project management skills. In many ways, project management can really be boiled down to a few basic concepts and ingredients that must be present no matter the project, whether it's planning a wedding or birthday party, or an enterprise software implementation. Project management skills are among the most valuable skills to learn in life, as evidenced by the recent inclusion of project management in High School curriculums along with the many degree programs in project management now offered in universities and colleges.

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