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Alfonso Bucero

Alfonso Bucero, MSc, PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI Fellow, is the founder and Managing Partner of BUCERO PM Consulting. He managed IIL Spain for almost two years, and he was a Senior Project Manager at Hewlett-Packard Spain (Madrid Office) for thirteen years.

Alfonso is a PMI member, a member of ALI (Asociación de Licenciados, Ingenieros y Doctores en Informática), AEIPRO (IPMA member) and DINTEL’s advisor. Alfonso was the founder, Sponsor and President of PMI Barcelona, Spain Chapter until April 2005, and he is an IPMA Asessor. He was a member of the CoPAT (Congress Project Action Team) of PMI EMEA 2005 Congress in Edinburgh, 2006 PMI EMEA Congress in Madrid, and PMI EMEA Congress in Budapest. He graduated in The “Leadership Institute Master Class 2007” on October 2007 in Atlanta (PMI Global Congress). He has been the last the President of PMI Madrid Spain Chapter. Now he has been nominated by PMI as Component Mentor for Region 8 South since 2011. He received the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award on October 9th, 2010. He also received the PMI Fellow Award on October 22nd , 2011.

Since 1994, he is a frequent speaker at International PM Congresses and Symposiums. Alfonso has delivered PM training and consulting services in Spain, Mexico, UK, Belgium, Germany, France, Denmark, Costa Rica, Brazil, USA, and Singapore. As Project Management believer, he defends that Passion, Persistence and Patience as keys for project success.

Alfonso co-authored with Randall L. Englund the book “Project Sponsorship”. He has authored the book “Today is a Good Day” – Attitudes for achieving project success. He has also contributed to some professional magazines in Russia (SOVNET), India (ICFAI), Argentina and Spain. Alfonso co-authored with Randall L. Englund the book “The Complete Project Manager” and “The Complete Project Manager Toolkit. Alfonso will publish a new book: “The Influential Project Manager” on the first quarter of 2014 by CRC Editors in the US. Alfonso has published several articles at national and international PM magazines. He is a Contributing editor of PM Network (Crossing Borders), published by the “Project Management Institute”.

Alfonso Bucero