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William Stewart

1948, Berlin Blockade:
Asst. Secretary of State: "How do you remain so calm?"
Secretary George C. Marshall: "I've seen worse."

Bill Stewart is a PMI® certified Project Management Professional (PMP®), and has delivered more than 200 onsite project management, risk management, and negotiating courses to more than 2,000 people.  He has hands-on experience with project management, systems integration, systems engineering, software engineering, and training.  He has worked for large corporations, the Canadian Federal government, academia, and founded a software startup.

Bill is currently a consultant assisting clients work better and get more done.  Previously, he founded and ran the cloud computing company Cirrus Computing for ten years.  Before that, he spent 14 years with Lockheed Martin Canada, where he served as the company System Engineering Manager and Software Manager, Project Manager for several system integration projects, and in a range of senior roles on other projects.  His first real job was with the Canadian Public Service, to establish and manage a computing centre supporting 4,500 personnel, where he developed and deployed software to manage enterprise-wide course scheduling, resource management, personnel management, and payroll, and developed and taught two programming courses accredited by Seneca College.

Bill received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of New Brunswick in 1992 for discovery of algorithms that build convex hulls (geodesic domes) in multiple dimensions in optimum space and time.  While in graduate school he also taught eleven computer science courses.  His professional training includes Executive Leadership, Project Management, Risk Management, System Engineering, System Architecture, and Requirements Engineering.  He has taught courses in Program Management, Project Management, Risk Management, and Negotiating.

Bill authored the first book published on the Web at, with contributions from many creators of the Internet.  He maintains the public Wiki  He is author of the best practices document The Fun Standard.  His paper on public financing of political parties was published in Policy Options in 1990, and credited in the House of Commons by Member of Parliament Mark Assad when the Canadian party financing bill passed in 2003.  He lives in Ottawa, Canada, is married to a family physician, and has two children.


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