Lloyd Bartlett is a bilingual senior project manager, consultant and trainer. He spent over 25 years successfully managing a wide variety of projects on both a national and international scale. These projects ranged from engineering works (dams, highways) to process improvement (rail) and standards development (air transportation).
For the past 15 years Lloyd has focused his work on the fields of project management coaching, consulting and training. He has assisted numerous organizations on improvement of their project management practices. This has involved working with project managers and project teams in the adaptation of tools and methods to suite their specific needs. Lloyd’s areas of particular focus include:
- project initiation and launch
- planning facilitation
- team building and collaboration
- stakeholder engagement
- risk management, and
- tailoring of project tracking tools
During this this same period Lloyd has been actively involved in university level teaching. He developed and delivered numerous project management courses at McGill University, at both the Executive Institute and the School of Continuing studies. He developed the ‘comprehensive project management’ core courses that have been delivered to thousands of project managers, in classroom and online formats. In recognition for his work Lloyd was awarded the coveted McGill University ‘Distinguished Teaching Award’.
Lloyd holds a degree in civil engineering (McGill) and an MBA specializing in project management (Queen’s University). He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and has been active in the project management community. In 2012 Lloyd was awarded the ‘Prix Elixir’, presented jointly by McGill University and the Montreal Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI), recognising his contribution to the project management profession.
Lloyd continues to teach regularly at McGill University, as well as at the National Institute of Scientific Research (NISR), a constituent of the Université du Québec that is specialized in research-oriented graduate work.