Douglas B. Boebinger

Professional Experience

•  18 years as a corporate trainer and consultant, specializing in project management consulting and project management training.
•  13 years as an independent corporate trainer and consultant
•  Instructor for the Schulich Executive Education Centre’s Masters Certificate in Project Management
•  Two time winner (2009 & 2010) of the Masters Certificate in Project Management Award for Training Excellence from the Project Management Centre of Excellence at the Schulich Executive Education Centre
•  25 years as a project manager with profit / loss responsibilities
•  December, 1994 to Present: A Project Management Institute (PMI)® certified project management professional (PMP)®
•  MCTS: Managing Projects with Microsoft Office Project 2007 certification from Microsoft
•  Developed the MAPD ® Strategy of process re-engineering / project management methodology
•  Developed and facilitated multiple project management training / workshop programs for both corporate and academic environments (see below).
•  Lead project management/process development consultant to Ford Motor Company – Powertrain Global for 12 years. Recipient of Ford’s Customer-Driven Quality Award in 1994 & 1995 for Project Management
•  Purdue University Undergraduate and Graduate degrees in Construction Engineering and Management

Adjunct Faculty Appointments

•  University of Toledo
•  University of Michigan – Dearborn
•  Oakland University
•  Colorado Technical University
•  Cleary University – former project management faculty chair
•  Colorado Christian University
•  University of Phoenix


Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

•  Master of Science Civil Engineering – Construction, 1985 (Emphasis in Business & Project Management)
•  Bachelor of Science Construction Engineering, 1984 (Emphasis in Construction and Business Management)
•  Phi Eta Sigma Freshman Honor Society, April, 1981
•  Tau Beta Pi Honor Society, December, 1983
•  Beta Tau Academic Fraternity – A Construction Engineering Honorary, April, 1984