Mary Beth Imbarrato

Mary Beth Imbarrato

MBI Consulting, LLC

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Mary Beth Imbarrato, PMP, CSM, SPP, CMS has more than 25 years of experience in project management, change management, and strategy. Mary Beth has managed a wide range of project efforts in market segments including finance, global risk, telecommunications, IT, publishing, health care, nonprofit, state and federal agencies, and energy. She helps clients assess their project management skills and identify ways to become better project managers and better leaders.

Mary Beth has certifications in Project Management, Strategic Planning, and Change Management. Her expertise in these areas dovetail nicely with her desire to help her clients gain the expertise they need to succeed with their projects and strategic goals.

Over the years, Mary Beth identified a need to help non-project managers succeed with their projects. She now dedicates her time to providing project management tools and resources to this growing, and often overlooked, population of people who are trying to lead projects while juggling their “day jobs.” Her latest book, The Project Roadmap – Your Hands-On Guide to Initiating, Planning, Executing and Completing Projects was written and published to help this growing audience.

Mary Beth brings energy and enthusiasm to every project management discussion. She loves to share her passion, experiences, and expertise as a conference speaker, business consultant, trainer, and published author. Clients often say that her energy is contagious and inspiring.

She is a longtime member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and is a graduate of the PMI Leadership Institute Master Class (2013). Mary Beth has also held several elected positions with the Upstate New York PMI Chapter Board of Directors. She is an active member of the Association for Strategic Planning (ASP) and the Association of Talent Development (ATD) as well.

My Articles

Strategy, Strategy... Who has the Strategy

Has this thought ever occurred to you? Have you had discussions in yourorganization about “What ever happened to the strategy that we completed 3years ago?” Or “Do you know where we stand with our strategy? Have wemade any progress?” [...]

Time to Prepare for Your Strategy Discussion

Taking the time to effectively plan for that discussion will be critical in meeting the objectives of your discussion.Depending on the size of your organization, a successful strategy discussion will include finding a day and time when the [...]

Hot Topic: Project Management Skills

I’m not sure if you noticed, but over the last several months, project management hasbeen a very hot topic! Project management is being discussed in articles, books,interviews, surveys and reskilling programs around the globe. Ironicall [...]
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