- responsibility by acting as a role model and leading from the front as a transformational leader.
- respect by creating trust and leading from behind as a developmental leader.
- relationship by developing an engaging environment and leading from the middle as a servant leader.
Professor Emeritus, Xavier University
Timothy Kloppenborg, PhD, PMP
Timothy J. Kloppenborg, PhD, PMP, ACP, DASSM is a Professor Emeritus from Xavier University. His 13th book, Be Agile Do Agile, and his 14th book, Contemporary Project Management 5th Ed., have been recently released.
He holds a Ph.D. in Operations Management from University of Cincinnati. Tim has trained, taught, and consulted on six continents. Dr. Kloppenborg is a retired USAFR major. He edited 70 project management books with Business Expert Press. Tim serves part-time as Liaison for Archdiocese of Cincinnati assisting in combining parishes and Scrum Master for Heritage Arboretum leading staff and volunteers developing new arboretum.
Independent Writer, Educator & Project Manager
Kathryn N. Wells, PMP
Kate Wells is a bilingual, certified Project Manager with Excellent Communication Skills and Master’s Degree in Education. She's the lead author of Project Management Essentials, now in its second edition with Business Expert Press and co-author of Project Management for Archaeology and Contemporary Project Management.