Mark Mullaly’s entire career has been dedicated to a relentless mission of helping his customers to effectively execute strategy and manage change. His purpose is to help organizations, teams and individuals to realize their highest potential by seeing a range of possible futures, not one predetermined outcome. Mark Mullaly is a well-respected facilitator, speaker, consultant and researcher – one of the foremost experts in organizational project management in North America. Recently Mark was co-lead investigator of the research project ‘Understanding The Value Of Project Management’ – sponsored in part by PMI, this was the largest research to date in the field of project management and has provided valuable insight into how project management delivers value to organizations.
Mark is a senior management consultant with over 25 years of experience in an wide range of industries, including information technology, communications, utilities, oil & gas, engineering, construction, finance, insurance, the arts and research & development. Mark works with private and public sector organizations, teams and individuals around the world to develop effective strategic plans, make effective strategic decisions and solve complex and uncertain problems.
Mark Mullaly is a regular columnist on projectmanagement.com, the leading project management portal. He is also a lead instructor and program developer of the PM certificate programs offered by Executive Education at the University of Alberta School of Business. He is past-president of the Northern Alberta Chapter of the Project Management Institute. Mark has recently completed his Ph.D. at Bond University in Australia, where he explored the intersection of strategy, decision making and personal influences on how strategic investment decisions actually get made. His most recent book, Exercising Agency, was published in 2015.