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Jeff Tyler

Colorado, USA
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Jeff Tyler
 is a semi-retired Project Management Professional (PMP) with over 30 years of  extensive experience in systems management and managing projects, programs, and products in the IT, Telecom, DoD, Transportation, and Space industries.  Jeff has taught graduate and undergraduate classes in project management, systems management and bioastronautics since 1993 for Webster University, Colorado Technical University and currently teaches graduate studies in management and leadership as a full professor at Kaplan University. He has developed curriculum for these universities as well as Jones International University and University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. 

Jeff was one of the contributing authors to the 2004 Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) from the Project Management Institute (PMI). Jeff has been called on to develop training, curriculum and test material for PMI’s PMP certification and he’s been a PMP since the late 1990’s.  Jeff has extensive PM experience with virtual and global projects as well as in-house programs and has refereed publications, authored books and presentations in project management and leadership.  Jeff is working with Kaplan to posture as a leading institution for developing future project managers on a global scale.    Jeff lives in Colorado where he enjoys photographing the great outdoors, teaching graduate students and consulting with global organizations on developing good project management processes.

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Created September 2013

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