Career Resumé

Dr. Deasún Ó Conchúir
Dr. Deasún Ó Conchúir CEng FIEI FIET

A seasoned Project Manager and Trainer with decades of experience in dozens of companies, Dr. Deasún Ó Conchúir (pronounce) is active as:

  • Consultant, Trainer & Coach: specialising in Project Management, Virtual Working and BPM (Business Process Management).
    Communicating his profound experience, either on an individual basis (as Consultant and Coach) or in a Training and Workshop format for larger groups, he has a particular skill for presenting the material in a structured and easy to understand way.
  • Keynote Speaker: Sharing his insights with Senior Management, Project Stakeholders and Professional groups, Dr Ó Conchúir is an experienced speaker. His international audiences appreciate his particularly clear speech. In addition, he is the author of the book “Overview of the PMBOK® Guide” and delivers training in several languages including English, German and French.

Professional and Educational

Dr. Ó Conchúir is Collaboration Consultant at Scatterwork Consulting, Switzerland, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Wales, a Doctorate in Biomedical Electronics from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland and is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of both the Institution of Engineering & Technology and Institution of Engineers of Ireland. He is also a Project Management Professional (PMP).

In addition to his consulting activities, he is a member of the Board Volunteer Advisory Committee of the Project Management Institute, “the world’s leading professional organisation for Project Managers”.

He was also instrumental in establishing several successful educational organisations, including the Enterprise Research Institute at the University of Limerick, the Programme of Engineering Degree Courses at the Waterford Institute of Technology, a secondary school and a primary school.

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