|Werner Schmehr (Germany)
Werner Schmehr has served IPMA and GPM, his Member Association for many years:
Since 2002 Managing Director of PM-ZERT, CertificationBody of GPM
Since 2010 Managing Director of GPM for PM-ZERT
Since 2003 Member of IPMA CVMB
Since 2011 Chairman of IPMA CVMB
- Development of new CB’s and positioning IPMA’s 4-L-C worldwide (i.e. in South Africa, India, Philippines, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Chile)
– Validation IPMA 4-L-C
– Certification of PM trainers, consultants, organisations
– Certificate of Excellence and basic certification in PM
– Issued IPMA 4-LC certificates from 2002 to up-to-date: 24,500 IPMA Level D,
3,200 IPMA Level C, 1,000 IPMA Level B, 60 IPMA Level A
Participation and contribution to IPMA activities:
– Author of IPMA Yearbook 2004-2012
– CVMB project team member (ICRG3, Bridging cert&edu, Assessment of organizations,
Starter package for new CBs, ICRG3.1 refresh)
– CVMB Validator
– Bringing accreditation experience to IPMA ICB3 and ICRG3
– Input from certification of pm trainers, consultants, organisations to IPMA and running first pilot applications
– Special task in CVMB for certification procedures (Iran I_PMA, IPMA Level A for UK)
– IPMA Global Organisations Certification in Germany
– CVMB Chairman
|Joseph F. S. Alba (United Kingdom)
Joseph Alba is a leader in the development of professional standards and skills in project and engineering based organisations. As a Chartered Engineer, Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Mechanical and Production Engineering and a Master of Science in Systems Engineering and with over 25 years of programme and project management experience with a successful track record of delivering complex projects and programmes, he has moved the project management professionalism agenda forward both nationally and internationally. His experience of leading national and international projects and programmes include; hybrid electrical and electronic systems, command, control and information systems, software intensive programmes, defence systems, civil works, training and education and human resource solutions interspersed with various leading edge technical studies. His combined technical and leadership contributions have been recognised as a Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers, Registered Project Professional and Fellow of the Association for Project Management (APM) in the UK and is a certified IPMA Projects Director (IPMA Level A).
Allan Krüger-Jensen (Denmark)
Allan Krüger-Jensen is Senior Project Manager in a Company making IT-solutions for the finance sector. He has more than 25 years experience in Project Management including 20 years experience as a Senior Consultant in project management in many different branches. He graduated in 1984 as a BSc. He was IPMA-B certified in 1999.
Since 1999 he has been working for the Danish Project Management Association as an assessor. To day he is part of the IPMA Certification Management and IPMA Registration Management in Denmark.
| Leh Simonelli (Australia)
FAIPM, CAIHR, CPPD, IPMA Lead Assessor
National Director of the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) & Chair of the National Professional Development Council & Certification
Leh holds undergraduate & post graduate qualifications in Management, Behavioural & Social Sciences, Project Management, & Adult Education & currently undertaking further post graduate studies in organizational development.
His primary experience spans a 29 year period within the organizational development, human resource, education & project management.
He now specializes in project management, management & leadership, organizational systems review, organizational & project maturity reviews, & change management; management & team development .He has a special interest in the study of neuroscience & emotional intelligence & its correlation to project & programme leadership. Over the recent decades he has managed major organizational change & strategic restructures in several leading private & public sector organizations. In 2010 was appointed the Programme Director for a Capability Restructure programme for a major national -multinational telecommunications firm.
Currently Academic Director & Director of Studies at the “Institute of Strategic Management” and visiting academic at several Australian Universities
Alexandr Tovb (Russia)
Mr. Alexandr Tovb in 2008-2012 served as IPMA Vice President – second turn in 2011-2012
responsible for Administration and Finance, first turn in 2009-2010 responsible for Certification. Alexandr Tovb is project manager with over 38 years оf experience in a variety of organizations and
industries, primarily associated with IT projects.
He is vice president of the Russian Project ManagementAssociation SOVNET. Alexandr Tovb is a CSPM (B) and an actual assessor for IPMA 4-L IPMA certification and IPMA Delta first assessor in Russia. He is deputy Chief editor of SOVNET Journal “Project and Program Management”. He has published numerous articles on project management and presented papers at PM professional conferences. He is the co-author of the books “Project Management: Standards, Methods, Experience” (Olimp-Business, Moscow, 2003) and “Project Management in practice of the modern company” (Olimp-Business, Moscow, 2006), Projectsand Project Management in a modern company (Olimp-Business, Moscow, 2009), (textbook 480 p) and about 50 articles.
Mr. Tovb is associated professor of the Lomonosov Moscow State University Business Graduate School, National University of Science and Technology MISiS performs coaching, trainings, seminars, courses, workshops and master-classes on project
Jorunn Wolstad (Norway)
Jorunn Wolstad is a member of the Certification Board Norway, and is also a first assessor. She graduated in 1969 as a BSc, and has later taken a degree in management for public sector. She has over 35 years experience of project control and project management from various sectors, like offshore, road construction, telecom, ICT, and public sector (grant management).
She is a board member of several organizations, including the Certification Body in Norway. She has been a member of IPMA since 1982.