John Flynn

John Flynn


John Flynn has wide experience in management consulting, project management, market research and analysis, economic forecasting, and PC software package design and development, as well as having held roles in marketing, divisional and general management in Australia, the United States and in the Far East. He has advised or consulted with all the major IT and software vendors, as well as major airlines, telcos, banks, insurance and engineering companies. He has also written numerous reports on market projections and technical trends in the industry for clients throughout the world.

John has been an adjunct lecturer in the project management postgraduate programme of the University of Sydney since 2003 and has conducted training workshops for government and corporates throughout Australia and China, as well as in New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei, since 1999.

John is an active member of the Sydney Chapter of the Project Management Institute and was a Board member and Director of that Chapter for 8 years. He won the 2006 Distinguished Contribution Award given by all Australian chapters of the PMI at the ProMac Conference in Sydney in October 2006. In 2015 he also received a Teaching Commendation from the Dean of Engineering at Sydney University for his work in the post graduate project management programme.

John has the following qualifications: B.Sc (Hons), B.A (Hons), Diploma of Project Management, Diploma of Integrated Risk Management, Masters Certificate in Project Management (George Washington University), Certified Practising Project Management (CPPM), a Cert IV TAE and is a qualified workplace assessor for the Australian Institute of Project Management.

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