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Craig Winstead, Ph.D., PMP

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    Craig Winstead, Ph.D., PMP

    Chair, Department of Operations Management, Associate Professor of Project Management with Tenure

    Dr. Craig Winstead is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and active member of the Project Management Institute. Prior to joining the faculty at Saint Leo, he worked for 12 years at Verizon Communications in both the retail and wholesale divisions; seven of those years as a training and quality management specialist managing projects, facilitating classes, and leading quality management audits of both front-line employees and management executives. He considers himself a scholar-practitioner who brings real-world experience to the classroom. Dr. Winstead researches, writes, and presents on numerous subjects including project management, decision-making, ethics, technology in the classroom, and human behavior. He is a faculty inductee of the Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society and was the recipient of the Verizon Excellence Award, the highest company honor.

    Education

    • Ph.D., Organization & Management, Capella University
    • M.S., Leadership & Business Ethics, Duquesne University
    • Master's Certificate in Project Management, George Washington University
    • B.A., Theater Arts, Bowdoin College

    Courses Taught

    • MGT 312 - Introduction to Project Management
    • MGT 322 - Project Teamwork and Leadership
    • MGT 377 - Procurement, Purchasing and Vendor Management
    • MGT 422 - Project Management Implementation
    • MGT 495 - Project Management Applications
    • MBA 525 - Professional Development
    • PRM 516 - Project Process Groups and Project/Product Life Cycles
    • PRM 522 - Best Practices in Project Management
    • PRM 524 - Applied Project Management Case