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Professional training in "people skills" including: Organizational Development, Leadership, Team Building, Emotional Intelligence, Conflict Management, Business Process Reengineering.

Methodology

My approach is to encourage open communication and discussion between teacher and student. Student questions and challenges are acceptable and encouraged. They enhance the learning experience and make it more enjoyable and memorable. I reinforce theory with actual workplace and life, experiences and examples.

Background

Former engineering professional who transitioned to Project Manager, Project Team Lead, and Lead Engineer roles. Experienced and skilled in organization, leadership and motivation of teams and work groups, resolution of team member conflicts, and leading geographically dispersed cross-functional project teams. Terminal degree in Business with research in Leadership and Motivation.

Rates

Rate for online lessons : $54/h
Rate for 5 hours of lessons : $255
Rate for 10 hours of lessons : $485

Details

Travel to an off-site location, student or alternate location such as library, coffee shop, etc., charged at $27.00 per hour plus $0.55 per mile as per Google maps.

Lessons offered by Michael
Individual
The lessons will be held
at your home
Taught subjects
  • Professional training
  • Leadership
  • Professional transition
Levels
  • All Levels

Michael's resume

Dr. Michael L. Schwartz, DBA, PMP, PE

SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE

Instructor, Trainer, and Speaker in: Organizational Development, Leadership, Team Building, Emotional Intelligence, Conflict Management, Business Process Reengineering.

Project Manager, Project Team Lead, and Lead Engineer Experienced and skilled in organization, leadership and motivation of teams and work groups, resolution of team member conflicts, and leading geographically dispersed cross-functional project teams.


KEY PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS

 Developed on-line courses for Western Governors University
o “Cultural and Emotional Intelligence”
o “Fundamentals for Success in Business”
o C711 “Introduction to Business”
o C722: “Project Management”
o C994 “Fundamentals for Success in Business”
 Conducted Quality Assurance review for Western Governors University
o C202: “Managing Human Capital, Release Candidate Review”
o Fundamentals for Success in Business
 Co-author: Society of Automotive Engineers publication AE-17: “Manual Transmission Clutch Systems”.
 Organized and directed Multi-Functional Project Working Group.
 Resolved conflicts in ineffective Working Groups and Project Teams.
 Increased profit margin on $2.6 million account by 3.8%.
 Increased account size from:
• $2.6 million to $7.5 million
• 110,000 units to 250,000 units
 Directed Value Engineering Programs
• Army Troop/Cargo Transport Truck
 Savings of over $9 million.
• Off-Highway Axle Assemblies
 Exceeded cost reduction goal by 500%
 Received award “In Recognition of Outstanding Achievement”.
• Drum Brake manufacturing process
 $200,000 annual cost savings and 20% performance improvement
 Product launches on:
• 5-Ton M939 Series military troop/cargo transport truck
• 1-1/4 Ton military M998 High Mobility Multi-Purpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV). 

ACADEMIC/TEACHING EXPERIENCE

University Degree Programs:

Davenport University ((concealed information)
Warren, MI
Adjunct Faculty: August 2013 – Present
Teach and facilitate graduate and undergraduate business classes. Classes formats include: virtual (on line), on site (face-to-face), and independent study (students work on their own with advice/guidance as requested).
 Managing Projects (Graduate level course)
 Capstone Internship (Graduate level course)
 Management Internship (Undergraduate level course)
 Leading Organizations (Graduate level course)
 Professional Ethics (Undergraduate level course)
 Organizational Behavior (Undergraduate level course)
 Leading Transformational Change (Graduate level course)
 Organizational Design and Development (Graduate level course)
 Organizational Development and Culture (Graduate level course)
 Managerial Communications (Graduate level course)
 Effective Leadership (Graduate level course)

Florida Institute of Technology ((concealed information)
Melbourne, FL
Adjunct Faculty: November 2016 – May 2017
Taught on-line graduate course
 Strategic Project Management

Central Michigan University ((concealed information)
Global Campus
Adjunct Faculty: November 2014 – June 2015
Taught graduate business course
 Managing Change with Emotional Intelligence

Baker College of Clinton Township ((concealed information)
Clinton Township, MI
Adjunct Faculty: September 2013 – March 2014
Taught undergraduate business classes.
 Conflict Management
 Management and Supervision


Professional Development & Continuing Education Programs:

PMP Exam Prep Class
April 2018
Project Management Institute – Huron Valley Chapter
Eastern Michigan University (EMU) Professional Programs and Training
 Facilitation of preparation course for the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Professional Exam

“PMI-PMP-Boot camp”
November 2014 – December 2017
Independent contractor though The Knowledge Academy Inc. ((concealed information)
 Provide instruction/preparation for the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Professional Exam

International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) Michigan Chapter
September 2011
 Presentation: “Appreciative Inquiry”

Troy Chamber of Commerce 5th Annual Non-Profit Management Conference
April 2010
 Presentation: "Leadership Powerbases"

Troy Chamber of Commerce
Workplace Leadership Council
February 2009
 Presentation “Appreciative Inquiry”

Troy Chamber of Commerce
Troy Friday Forums
July 2009
 Presentation “Emotional Intelligence: What is it? Why is it important?”

Project Management Institute – Great Lakes Chapter
April 2009
 Seminar: “Facilitating Team Development”

Project Management Institute – Great Lakes Chapter.
November 2008
 Seminar: “Facilitating Team Development”


INDUSTRY/PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Western Governors University ((concealed information)
Salt Lake City, UT
Independent Contractor: January 2017 – Present
 Co-developer/designer of courses for Western Governors University
o “Cultural and Emotional Intelligence”
o “Fundamentals for Success in Business – Business Core”
o C711 “Introduction to Business”
o C722: “Project Management”
o C994 “Fundamentals for Success in Business – Business Core”
o C722: “Project Management”
 Quality Assurance review of C202: “Managing Human Capital, Release Candidate Review”
 Quality Assurance Review of course: C722: “Project Management”.
 Develop course competency exam(s): C722: “Project Management”.

O’Donnell Learn, LLC ((concealed information)
Stamford, Connecticut
Independent Contractor: May 2015 – October 2015
Sub-contractor to Acrobatiq ((concealed information) Pittsburgh, PA, to develop course for Western Governors University: C722: “Project Management”.

Positive Concepts, Inc.
Troy, MI
President: February 2008 - Present
Provide instructional and educational services, and contract and/or consulting services.
 Leadership Skills
 Team Building
 Emotional Intelligence
 Conflict Management
 Communication



Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) ((concealed information)
Sterling Heights, MI
Systems Development and Integration Engineer: April 2003 – December 2007
Lead Systems Integrator for U. S. Army Future Combat Systems – Manned Ground Vehicle Program. Responsible for verifying that the Vehicle Integrators/Fabricators develop and manufacture vehicles which meet the needs and requirements specified by the U.S. Army within “triple constraints” of schedule, budget, and scope.
 Resolved conflicts in ineffective Working Groups and Project Teams to effectively meet objectives
 Organized and directed Cross Functional/Multi-Disciplinary geographically dispersed Project Working Groups and Integrated Product Teams
 Coordinated efforts of industry and government Team Members and Subject Matter Experts
 Managed, and provided leadership and direction to Cross-Functional, Geographically dispersed Project teams
 Responsible for oversight on Maturation of Critical Technologies
 Coordinated training classes for program personnel

Additional Technical Support, Inc.
Norwood, MA
Systems Engineer (Contract): October 2002 – April 2003
Vehicle Integrator on U.S. Army Future Combat Systems – Manned Ground Vehicles Program. Responsible for deriving singularized, verifiable requirements for vehicle systems, based on high level Operational Requirements Document.
 Contracted to General Dynamics, Land Systems Division on Future Combat Systems program.
 Defined and developed System, and Sub-System, Requirements for “Manned Ground Vehicles”
 Coordinated, and chaired meetings between functional Working Groups and Integrated Product Teams

Consultant
Troy, MI
October 2001 – October 2002
Consultant to independently owned retail businesses.
 Developed employee incentive programs
 Developed promotional programs to increase customer loyalty



Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
Sterling Heights, MI
Mechanical Engineer: May 2000 – October 2001
Provider of technical expertise beyond the scope of that available with U.S. Army TACOM personnel.
 Stationed at U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) in Warren, MI.
 Provided support, as required, to Program Manager – Light Tactical Vehicles (PM-LTV).
 Conducted research, and provided consultation and advice to PM-LTV, for enhancements to Ground Vehicle performance and capabilities, including:
• Vehicle occupant seating and restraint systems
• Night vision capabilities
• Engine coolant
 Performed/Participated in:
• DVP&R
• Returned parts Failure analysis and corrective actions

Haldex Brake Systems/Friction Products Division
Prattville, Alabama
Application Engineer: April 1998 – April 2000
Researched, collected, and reported information on customer needs and the ability of company products to meet those needs. Ensured projects completed on time and within budget.
 Located in Detroit, Michigan area serving as primary customer contact
 Served as “Voice of the Customer”
 Developed new applications for brake friction materials
 Monitored laboratory and vehicle brake lining testing
 Performed/Participated in:
• DVP&R
• D-FMEA
• P-FMEA
• PPAP
 Member of:
• Program Management Team
• “Noise Reduction Taskforce”
• “Variation Reduction Team”


Contractor
Troy, MI
Senior Product/Project Engineer/Instructor/Trainer: February 1995 – December 1998
Provided technical expertise and educational services.
 Project Engineer in product development and engineering support
• Performed/Participated in
 DVP&R
 D-FMEA
 P-FMEA
 PPAP
 Adjunct Faculty, at Walsh College, to graduate students
• Manufacturing Systems
• Business Process Reengineering
 Provided Technical training and instruction to Continuing Education and Adult Education students

Automotive Products (USA) Inc.
Auburn Hills, MI April 1988 - February 1995
Executive Engineer: 1992 – 1995
Sr. Product Engineer: 1990 – 1991
Sr. Product Design Engineer: 1988 – 1990
Developed Hydraulic Clutch Control systems, for Manual Transmission Passenger Car and Light Truck applications.
 Principal technical contact with customer
 Leadership and management of product engineering project team
 Reduced Product Development cycle time of 18-24 months, to 10 - 11 months
 Increased profit margin on $2.6 million account by 3.8%
 Increased account size from $2.6 million to $7.5 million and 110,000 to 250,000 units
 Patented solutions to customer noise and vibration problems
 Lead
• DVP&R
• D-FMEA
• P-FMEA
• PPAP
• Returned parts failure analysis


Allied Automotive/Bendix Brake & Chassis Division
South Bend, IN
Senior Engineer: July 1986 – April 1988
Developed Bake Systems for specialized Off-Highway applications. Analyzed customer requirements for specialized Off-Highway Braking Systems.
 Generated Patent Disclosures on Fast-Fill Dual-Bore Brake Master Cylinder
 Revised design on Drum Brake Shoes, resulting in
• 20% performance improvement
• $200,000 annual manufacturing cost savings
 Developed brake systems for off-highway and on-highway applications
 Specified product certification programs
 Managed cost saving and product improvement studies
 Directed/Conducted
• DVP&R
• D-FMEA
• P-FMEA
• PPAP
• Returned parts failure analysis

LTV Aerospace and Defense Company
AM General Division
South Bend, IN
Resident Engineer: May 1982 – May 1986
Located at Manufacturing/Assembly Plant, as part of Product Engineering function, to verify that manufacturing and assembly operations meet the intent of the product design. Resolve Product Design related issues in a timely manner to minimize cost and schedule impact on assembly and/or manufacturing operations.
 Directed Value Analysis/Value Engineering (VA/VE) Project, on Military 5-Ton Truck
• Generated over $9 million in savings
 Managed eight member VA/VE Project Team, in a “Matrix Organization”
 Designed and analyzed military and commercial vehicle components and systems
 Provided continued engineering support to
• Customer
• Manufacturing
• Purchasing
• Receiving Inspection
• Quality Assurance


Clark Equipment Company
Axle Division
Buchanan, MI February 1979 – March 1982
Product Design Engineer: 1981 – 1982
Test Liaison Engineer: 1979 – 1981
Developed Axle Assemblies for Off-Highway and construction equipment.
 Managed twelve member, cross-functional Value Engineering/Value Analysis (VA/VE) Project Team
• Generated over $1 Million annualized cost savings
 Conducted product improvement studies
 Liaison between Product Engineering and Corporate Test Laboratory
• scheduling and tracking of test programs

Sperry Gyroscope
Great Neck, NY June 1976 – Feb 1978
Assistant Engineer: 1978 – 1979
Engineering Aide: 1976 – 1978
Instituted upgrades to RADAR Guidance Systems for U.S. Navy
 Directed 20-member Cross-Functional Problem-solving Task Force
 Prepared Technical Investigation Proposals and Engineering Change Proposals
 Designed improvements to system components
 Revised Engineering Test Specifications and Engineering Test Procedures
 Support of Land Based Test Sites, including
• assessment of system test progress
• procurement of test equipment
• test documentation

EDUCATION

University programs:
LAWRENCE TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT
Southfield, MI
Doctor of Business Administration – 2013
Focus in: Organization Development and Leadership
Dissertation: An Investigation to Determine the Effectiveness of Motivating Strategies Leaders Might Employ to Increase Followers’ Effort in the Workplace.
INDIANA UNIVERSITY
Business School
South Bend, IN
Master of Business Administration – 1990

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Notre Dame, IN
Six credit hours of Graduate course work – 1982 NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
School of Engineering and Science
Old Westbury, NY
Bachelor of Science
Mechanical Engineering Technology – 1978

Professional Development:
Blackboard Collaborate Ultra
Real Time Virtual (RTV) Training
Blended Learning Training
VISL (Virtual In Seat Learning) Training
Teaching On-line Workshop
Classroom Technology 2014
Office 2013 New Features
Introduction to Google Hangout
Rubrics Unraveled: Creating Effective Rubrics
APA Writing Workshop
Universal Design for Learning
Blackboard Intermediate Skills
Blackboard Basics for In-Seat Instructors



Continuing Education and Independent Study:
PMP Exam Prep Course Goal Setting
Project Management Customer Service
Weibull Analysis How to Supervise People
Team Skills Training Technical Writing
Total Quality Management VersaCad
Design for Assembly Radar Systems
Product Liability Statistical Process Control
Hydraulic Brake Systems Value Analysis and Engineering
How to Manage Priorities and Meet Deadlines Design of Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Development and Testing of Brake Friction Products UML Developers Workshop
Product Reliability, Design and Testing FastTrac New Venture Program
How to Build an Object Model in UML Time Management

e-Learning (Computer Based/Interactive Coursework)
SAIC University PMP eLearning Accelerated Study Project Team Development
Ethics and Professional Knowledge Project Scope Definition
Stakeholder Interests and Cultural Diversity Project Plan Execution
Project Contract Management Project Integrated Change Control
Project Procurement Planning Project Organizational Planning
Project Solicitation Project Quality Control
Project Source Selection Project Quality Planning
Project Risk Monitoring and Control Project Quality Assurance
Project Quantitative Risk Analysis Project Cost Control
Project Risk Response Planning Project Cost Estimating and Budgeting
Project Risk Planning and Identification Project Resource Planning
Project Qualitative Risk Analysis Project Schedule Control
Project Information Distribution and Closure Project Schedule Development
Project Performance Reporting Project Activity Duration Estimating
Project Communications Planning Project Activity Planning
Project Scope Verification and Change Control Project Initiation and Planning
Project Staff Acquisition Project Plan Development




PUBLICATIONS

“Motivating Strategies Leaders Employ to Increase Follower Effort” (concealed information)
 Co-author: Patricia Castelli, PhD
 Published: Winter/Spring 2014 Journal of Values-Based Leadership ((concealed information)

"An Investigation to Determine the Effectiveness of Motivating Strategies Leaders Might Employ to Increase Followers' Effort in the Workplace"
 (concealed information)
 Published by ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT)

“Manual Transmission Clutch Systems” '
 Co-author with SAE Clutch Standards Committee
 Published by: Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE Publication AE-17)

“Many Voices”
 Contributing author
 Short story collection

ACADEMIC STUDIES & RESEARCH PAPERS (Unpublished)

How Might Leadership Style Affect Group Ethical Behavior?

Is the Global Economy Like a “House of Cards”?

“Emotional Intelligence and Leadership”

“Virtual Meetings as an Alternative to Traditional Meetings” with Philip B. Palajac & Musa Ibrahim

“Cross-cultural Teams and the Impact of Diversity on the Effectiveness of Teamwork: The Relationship between Innovation and Cross-cultural Teams” with Cristian C. Teodoridis

“A White Paper Discussing India and China in the Global Market”

“Disruptive Innovation and Technology”

“Impact of IT on Hotel Industry and Hilton Hotel Corporation”

“Health Care Industry and William Beaumont Hospital” 

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS

PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
 Project Management Professional (PMP Number: 253070): Since 2005

INDIANA BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS
 Registered Professional Engineer (License No: PE(concealed information)): Since 1984
 Retirement status: 2020

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
Member – 2004 – Present

ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT
Member – 2006 – Present
 Reviewer 2020 Annual Meeting
 Reviewer 2011 Annual Meeting
 Reviewer 2009 Annual Meeting

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
Life Member – 2016 –Present
Member – 1979 – 2016
 Southeast Michigan Section
• Executive Committee -2001 – 2004
• Vice-Chairman – 2002 – 2003
• Program Coordinator – 2001-2004
 St. Joseph Valley Section
• Executive Committee –1984 – 1988
• Chairman – 1987 – 1988
• Vice-Chairman – 1986 – 1987

Society of Automotive Engineers
Member – 1979 – Present
 Clutch Standards Committee – 1989 – 1998
• Co-author: “Manual Transmission Clutch Systems” (SAE Publication AE-17)





VOLUNTEER & COMMUNITY WORK

The Creative Light Writer's Guild: 2018-2019
(concealed information)
Advisory Board
Program Advisor
 A non-profit organization primarily dedicated to supporting children and adults as they enhance their literacy skills toward becoming more active readers and writers.
 Secondarily to support other community service charities and foster gentle activism through use of the written word.

Michigan DECA District High School Conference: December 2019
 Held at Lawrence Technological University
 DECA was formerly known as: Distributive Education Clubs of America)
 Judged student presentations on hypothetical business scenario
o Entrepreneur Series group

Program and Project Management Forum February 2018
 Presentation “Leadership Basics”

Macomb Intermediate School District 2014
 Interview Day
 Conducted simulated job interviews for “At risk” students.

Oakland Schools Global Trade Mission 2014
 Evaluated student proposals for business funding.

Macomb Intermediate School District 2013
 Interview Day
 Conducted simulated job interviews for “At risk” students.

Oakland Schools Global Trade Mission 2013
 Evaluated student proposals for business funding.

Oakland Schools Global Trade Mission 2012
 Mentored students in preparing proposals for funding competition.
 Evaluated student proposals for business funding competition.

Oakland Schools Global Trade Mission 2011
 Evaluated student proposals for business funding.



Trustee Troy Foundation for Educational Excellence (TFEE)
 Three-year term from 2010 - 2013
 Provides private support funding for innovative learning opportunities for Troy, MI School District students

Oakland County Chapter - International Association of Administrative Professionals March 2010
 Presentation “Emotional Intelligence: What is it? Why is it important?”

Workplace Leadership Council of the Troy Chamber of Commerce March 2010
 Presentation “Don’t SWOT your Competition. SOAR above your Competition.”

Troy Leadership Coalition (TLC) 2008 - 2010
 Participation in “Save Troy. Vote Yes.” initiative in 2010 Millage Special Election
 Participated in Vetting candidates for 2009 Troy City Council Election
 Conducted Appreciative Inquiry Mini-Summit to assist in development of “vision” for future of Troy.

Project Management Mentor Workshop February 2007
 Presentation “Application of Appreciative Inquiry to Project Management”

TechTown Mentor
 Business Mentor at TechTown 2009 - 2011
 TechTown Mentors are project–based advisors for innovative startup companies.

Troy Friday Forums of the Troy Chamber of Commerce July 2009
 Presentation “Emotional Intelligence: What is it? Why is it important?”

Workplace Leadership Council of the Troy Chamber of Commerce February 2009
 “Appreciative Inquiry”

Project Management Mentor Workshop February 2007
 Presentation “Application of Appreciative Inquiry to Project Management”

Defense Acquisition University’s Senior Service College Fellowship Program
 Mentor in 2008-2009 program year
 Students earn a Master’s Degree in Global leadership,

Southeastern Michigan Section of ASME
 Detroit Area Young Engineers Forum
 Industry Panel Member, 2003


AWARDS

Certificate of Appreciation for Interview Day Macomb Intermediate School District 2014

Certificate of Appreciation for Interview Day Macomb Intermediate School District 2013

Certificate of Appreciation “… for efforts to the Future Combat Systems…” by Project Manager, Manned Systems Integration; Program Executive Office – November 2007

Certificate of Appreciation for: Outstanding Service Provided to the Southeastern Michigan Section during 2002 – 2003 Program Year, by ASME International

Certificate of Appreciation for “Valued Services in Advancing the Engineering Profession” for 1987 – 1988 Program Year ASME, by Board of Governors

“In Recognition of Outstanding Achievement”, by Clark Equipment Company, for Cost Reduction efforts – 1981

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