PMI® Honors Pablo Lledó, MSc, MBA, PMP, with 2012 PMI Distinguished Contribution Award


31 October 2012 — The Project Management Institute (PMI®) has honored Pablo Lledó, MSc, MBA, PMP, with a 2012 PMI Distinguished Contribution Award. The award was presented during PMI’s annual Awards Ceremony on Saturday, 20 October 2012 at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

Pablo Lledó has guided business development projects in multinational companies, coordinated project management training programs for executives, initiated companies, sold new products, helped enterprises in the implementation of its projects and assisted in their reengineering processes to reach more efficiency.

As an entrepreneur, he is the founder and president of four running companies, one of them included in the PMI Consultant Registry (RCP). As an international project management consultant and speaker, he has trained more than 12,000 people in project management excellence.

Mr. Lledó has published eight books about project management. He served as the vice president of communications for the PMI Buenos Aires Chapter from 2009-2010 and was the founder and president of the PMI Nuevo Cuyo Argentina Chapter in 2011. During the past six years, he has been selected every year as a Speaker at the PMI Global Congresses.

Photo from left: Deana Landers (PMI Chair-elect); Distinguished Contribution Award winners Pablo Lledo, Gary Hamilton, Agnieszka Maria Gasperini, and John Cable; Peter Monkhouse (PMI Chair) (photo courtesy of PMI)

Pablo Lledó, President of MasConsulting and Pablolledo.com, said: it is very exciting to become the first Argentinean to receive this international award. I am so proud to be in this outstanding ceremony as one of the few Latin American that has ever received this award. Thanks to PMI for the great organization and for this worldwide recognition; and thanks to all my lectors, students, clients and family who has been supporting my project management career, this prize is for you!

Pablo Lledó (Argentina); Agnieszka Gasperini (Poland); Mark Langley (USA, PMI President and CEO)

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