Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez is a leading global project management and strategy implementation specialist. He is the creator of such concepts as the Hierarchy of Purpose featured in Harvard Business Review and the Project Manifesto. In his works, Antonio explains that the project management approach is the framework for combining business and personal relations.
Antonio teaches strategy and project management to managers in such well-known business schools as: Duke CE, Instituto de Empresa, Solvay, Vlerick, Ecole des Ponts and SKOLKOVO business school.
He is the author of the bestseller The Focused Organisation and speaker over a number of years. Antonio has spoken at more than 160 conferences over the past 15 years: European Business Summit, Gartner Summit, TEDx, and EU Cohesion Policy Conference with EU President Donald Tusk.
Previously Antonio worked as Head of Project Portfolio Management at BNP Paribas Fortis. Prior he was Head of Post-Merger Integration at Fortis Bank, leading the largest takeover in financial service history: the acquisition of ABN AMRO. He also worked for ten years at PricewaterhouseCoopers, becoming the global lead practitioner for project and change management.
Antonio was born in Madrid, Spain and educated in Germany, Mexico, Italy and the United States. He is an economist and has an MBA from London Business School and Insead's International Director Program. He is fluent in five languages.
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