17Oct2012
January 17, 2006 Holiday Inn Hazlet
An Integrated PM Approach Including Process Modeling, Requirements Analysis, Risk Analysis, Statistical Tools, and 3D Multimedia

PDP Information:
Program Number: C020-17012006
Program Title: "An Integrated PM Approach Including Process Modeling, Requirements Analysis, Risk Analysis, Statistical Tools, and 3D Multimedia " 
PDUs: 1.5 
Category Type: 3 
Subject Areas 
Knowledge: 10 
Process: 06
Application/Specific Interest Groups: 30 
Activity Sponsor: NJ/PMI Chapter
Paul G. Ranky, PHD - NJIT
By analyzing customer requirements simultaneously with the processes, the potential risks, all embedded into an analytical but still very practical framework, illustrated with 3D interactive multimedia is not just a professional approach to PM, but also a great selling tool, because it works for all and saves big on projects that are completed ON-TIME and at the required quality. 

Paul is a Full Tenured Professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering at the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at NJIT (New Jersey Institute of Technology), the Public research University of New Jersey, Newark, NJ, USA (1995 to date). 

He is a Registered and Chartered Professional Engineer, specializing in integrated product and process design, in project management, in design for manufacturing / assembly / disassembly / quality, in manufacturing systems and industrial engineering, in requirements analysis, in process risk analysis, in total quality management, in designing and operating lean systems, and in information technology engineering, with nationally and internationally recognized academic, industrial and engineering management experiences. 

He has earned a combined honours level BS ? MS in Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (completed with distinction in 1974), and a second masters degree, taught in parallel, in MS Engineering Education, (totaling a 5 year intensive full-time university educational program at the Technical University of Budapest. After 5 years of part-time R?D he has earned his research doctorate, Dr-Techn/ PhD, in 1980, in the area of the design and operation of flexible automation/ manufacturing systems engineering, whilst he was working full-time in industry. 

He is a member or former member of several international engineering societies, including the Project Management Institute of America, PMI (USA), IEE(UK), IIE(USA), SME(USA), ASME(USA), and he is a Chartered Professional Engineer. He is a full tenured research professor at the Department of Industrial ? Manufacturing Engineering, NJIT (New Jersey Institute of Technology), University Heights, Newark, NJ 07102-1982, USA. He has published over 200 papers, books and multimedia eBooks, and gave over 100 presentations at international conferences world-wide.

Paul's handout can be downloaded.

Linda Glickman presents an award to Paul.

Updated: 01Jun09