Contributing authors

Posted on 30 Apr 2014

We are pleased to welcome five leading thinkers in project management to the team that contributes to the Praxis Framework library. Their articles will appear in the resources section of the library to expand on and enhance the material in the core framework.

Ruth Murray-Webster and Peter Simon

Ruth Murray-Webster and Peter Simon formed Lucidus Consulting in 2005. Both are seasoned professionals with a long history of delivery, training and consultancy.

They have authored and co-authored several books and their ‘Lucid thoughts’ are always challenging and thought provoking.

Robert Buttrick has been providing advice and guidance since the publication of his best-selling “flagship” book, the Project Workout in 1997.

Robert currently works in a major British public company on major systems integration programmes.

Robert Buttrick
David Hillson

Dr David Hillson is the Risk Doctor. He is well-known internationally as a leading thinker and expert practitioner in risk management, and he consults, writes and speaks widely on the topic.

David’s contributions to the risk discipline over many years have been recognised by a range of awards, including “Risk Personality of the Year” in 2010-11, and honorary fellowships from both APM and PMI.”

Geoff Reiss is an independent, acknowledged expert in project and programme management. He has been writing, speaking and practising these arts for over thirty years.

He is the author of ‘Project Management Demystified’, the first project management book that was not ‘on the dry side of arid’. It is now in its third edition and still one of the UK’s top sellers.

Geoff Reiss

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