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Tres Roeder


Goerge “Tres” Roeder, a former consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton, founded Roeder Consulting in 2001. Roeder Consulting enjoys a 90% success rate in its projects and a reputation for outstanding people skills programs that have been enjoyed by thousands of project managers.

Mr. Roeder, a highly sought-after speaker, is a rising star in the project management profession. He has led Fortune 500 consulting engagements in areas such as corporate strategy, operations improvement, process improvement and implementation. Industry experience includes serving as Director of Business Process Improvement at American Greetings and prior positions at RR Donnelly and Toyota Motor Sales USA. Mr. Roeder is a PMP and a member of the Northeast Ohio Chapter of the Project Management Institute. He has a BA in Economics from the University of Illinois and an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management.



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Country: United States
Language: English

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A sixth sense for project management | Tres Roeder | TEDxCWRU

Tres Roeder is a change agent. As both founder and president of Roeder Consulting and as a Shaker Heights City Councilman, he drives positive change in business, communities, and governments. Since graduating from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management with a Master’s degree in Business Administration, he has authored two Amazon best-sellers, A Sixth Sense for Project Management and Managing Project Stakeholders. As a consultant in project and change management, Mr. Roeder has worked with John Deere, Goodyear, Lowes, Avery Dennison, Chrysler, Vitamix, KeyBank, and other top brands. In his talk, Mr. Roeder will be discussing his experience with change management and how his topics from his best-seller, A Sixth Sense for Project Management, can be applied to college students and their transition into the work force.

Managing Project Stakeholders

Author Tres Roeder discusses his new book Managing Project Stakeholders