Herbert Tuttle is the Assistant Dean of Engineering for the KU Edwards Campus, Professor and Director of Project & Engineering Management, and he has instructed there for the past 23 years. In his previous 20 years of professional practice, he was a management consultant, project manager, project engineer and manufacturing manager with various companies. Tuttle holds two undergraduate and three graduate degrees in areas of engineering and management. He has instructed project management internationally and is Certified International Project Manager, CIPM©, a Fellow of the American Academy of Project Management, a member of the Project Management Institute, the American Society for the advancement of Project Management and International Project Management Association. As a member of the United States Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol he has recently been appointed to the duty position of Assistant Aerospace Education Officer. He has published many articles, contributed to number of books and speaks publically on Achieving Results in Project Management.
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