Partnering Facilitator

     

 

Dennis Eriksen

 

Dennis Eriksen is ATI Systems Principal Facilitator 

Facilitating Skills Derived from a Successful Project Manager's Background and Orientation

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A Partnering Facilitator Who Has "Walked the Talk" of Managing Winning Projects.

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Expert Among Partnering Facilitators in Defense Industry and Manufacturing Programs.

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Partnering Workshops That Address Each Project's Specific Opportunities, Issues and Risks.

Background

bulletIndependent Management Consultant - 22 years
bulletGuiding Organizations and Projects Through Periods of Transition.
bulletFacilitating Partnering Activities for Construction, Service, Defense, and Heavy Manufacturing Projects.
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Projects with a Total Value Exceeding $4 Billion.

bulletVice President & General Manager Litton Industries, Data Command Systems Division - 3 years
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Managing all North American and European Activities for a $1.62 Billion Turn-key Air Defense Program for Saudi Arabia.

bulletVP of Engineering for Two Litton Industries Divisions - 2 years
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Blending the Cultures of a U.S. and an International Division.

bulletDirector of Systems Engineering - 5 years
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Design Responsibility for the Division's Primary Market.

bulletSenior Line and Project Manager - 10 years
bulletProjects of Over 1 Million Engineering Man-Hours.
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Teams with award winning and profit leading results.

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Professional Engineer - 40 years

bulletElectrician and Electrical Estimator - 6 years

Education

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Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering, University of California Berkeley

bulletMaster of Science Degree in Engineering, University of California Los Angeles

Professional/Civic Activities

bulletAcademic Honors
bulletInducted into Tau Beta Pi, National Engineering Honor Society.
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Inducted into Eta Kappa Nu, National Electrical Engineering Honor Society.

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Registered Professional Engineer.

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Trainer Conducting Seminars on Partnering Techniques.

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Member of the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation Aerospace Task Force - 1990 & 1991.

bulletMember of AGC, CMAA, CSA, CSPE, NDIA, PMI, SAME, Life Senior Member of the IEEE, and Life Member NSPE.

Professional Publications on Partnering

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Partnering: A New Panacea?, Los Angeles Business Journal, September 14, 1992

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Boosting Partnering's Benefits, The Society of American Military Engineers, The Military Engineer Magazine, October/November 1997

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Boosting Partnering's Benefits, The Professional Housing Management Association, Defense Communities Magazine, March/April 1998

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Partnering Offers to Improve the Very Culture of Aerospace and Defense Project Management, The Project Management Institute, Proceeding of the 29th Annual Project Management Institute 1998 Seminars and Symposium, October 1998.

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Project Partnering: A Project Manager's Guide, Prepared for Presentation to the Los Angeles Chapter of the Project Management Institute, September 1999.

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Partnering – Are Cooperative Relations Improving the System?, American Institute of Architects Construction Management and Design/Build Profession Interest Area, Project Delivery Report Number 6, October 1999.

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Partnering: Government and Contractors Teaming for Success, Contract Service Association of America, LINKAGE Magazine, Winter 2001.

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Partnering . . . A "Win / Win" Situation, The Associated General Contractors of California Tri-Counties District Newsletter, Year End 2001.

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Partnering: A Tool for Building Trust on Troubled Projects. The Troubled Projects Special Interest Group of the Project Management Institute established a Web Journal to encourage the writing of peer reviewed papers to aid their members' work with troubled projects. It was an honor when they asked that this paper be prepared as their inaugural issue in 2005.

bullet Partnering - Is it time to put it on the shelf? The Construction Management Association of America Northern California Chapter, Fall 2007 Newsletter. Reprinted in the newsletters of CMAA's San Diego Chapter in the July 2009 edition and Southern California Chapter in the Fall 2009 edition.

Keynote Speeches

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Motivational Speaker for Agencies, Companies, and Associations.

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Introducing Partnering Methods and Results.

bulletDrawing on "Hands-On" Successes from Hundreds of Teams and Projects.  

   

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