Meet our expert instructors


Our team of experienced and well renowned professionals from the PMO arena bring out the best of both academic and practical knowledge when it comes to designing, delivering and modeling our PMO and Project programs.


Professional Development Advisor

Lilly became a MEMBER OF THE FAMILY IN IPMO Advisory AG back in 2018. After graduating in the IT and Business sector, Lilly traveled the world for 5years where she was part of big International Projects, which ultimately led her to pursue a carrer in the world of PMO.

 She has the innate ability to understand and meet her clients’ needs and prides herself in being viewed as a trusted advisor throughout the process. Her professional demeanor puts her clients at ease, knowing that they always come first. 

Lilly’s interests don’t end there – she is very passionate about fitness and healthy eating, as well as animal rights and exploring the world.


Adjunct Professor at  SBS Swiss Business School

Prof. Dr. Martina Huemann is Adjunct Professor at Swiss Buisness School and  Professor at the WU Vienna University of Economics and Business where she heads the Project Management Group in the Department Strategy and Innovation and is the Academic Director of the Professional MBA Program: Project Management. She has published widely in the fields of Project Management and Human Resource Management. For her Research on Human Resource Management in Project-oriented Organisations, she received the IPMA Research Award 2015.
Martina Huemann has 20 years of experience in research, teaching and consulting. Martina Huemann has strong links in the research and practice communities, and a broad international network. Between 2006 and 2013 she has served on the Research Management Board of the International Project Management Association. Between 2009 and 2019 she was a member of the Academic Member Advisory Group at Project Management Institute. As an academic advisor of NETLIPSE, she contributes her knowledge to an international network on managing large infrastructure projects in Europe. In Austria she is board member of Projekt Management Austria. Since 2018, Martina serves as Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Project Management, the prime academic journal in the Project Management field. In 2020, she established the new open access journal “Project Leadership and Society” (Elsevier)

James Graham


James started his career in industry, in international and then national sales and marketing management roles (including product management), before entering management consulting, where he worked on a number of high profile engagements for multinational organisations. He specializes in end-to-end strategy, from setting direction, analysis, making choices, implementing plans and evaluating results.

He has designed and delivered learning interventions since 2002, including open enrolment and in company training, professional development short courses, as well as non-accredited and accredited university certificate programmes between levels four and seven of the European Qualification Framework (graduate to post graduate studies level).

With experience in over 35 countries on four continents, across a wide range of industry sectors, including private sector, NGO, university and the public sector, James is able to relate to most people and establish good working relationships.

James holds a Certificate in Management Studies, a Master of Science degree in Consulting, is a Project Management Professional (PMP® awarded by the Project Management Institute), holds the prestigious IPMO-E certificate and is a full member of the Association for Project Management (MAPM).



Robert Joslin, Ph.D., CEng, AIPMO-E, PfMP®, PgMP®, PMP®, is a professor at SBS Swiss Business School, program director for the MSc and MBA programs in ‘Strategy, Project Leadership and PMOs’ and the chair of SBS Swiss Business School ‘research advisory board’. He publishes books, book chapters, and research papers in the field of PMOs, leadership, project, program, and portfolio management. Robert presents academic and practitioner conferences and is is a peer reviewer of the three research journals in project management and PMO management. Robert is the founder of AIPMO and in the process of co-authoring an international ‘leading’ standard on PMOs for AIPMO as well is in the process of co-authoring six books that constitute a body of knowledge in the area of PMOs. He has 20 plus years in designing, initiating management delivery of business transformation, reengineering, infrastructure, strategy development including winning national prizes for ideas and product innovation. Develops and designs enterprise PMOs using various frameworks including AIPMO’s Strategic Framework for PMOs and Portfolios, Programs, and Projects. Previously, a consultant in telecom, banking, insurance, manufacturing, military defense, and direct marketing whilst working for McKinsey & Co, Logica, and his own consulting company.


Professor at BI Norwegian Business School

Regionally recognized as a Portfolio, Program, Project Management, and PMO expert and a world-class speaker, Mohammed Khalifa possesses a combination of technical knowledge and broad-based business management skills, gained from more than twenty years of experience in strategic planning & business management. Mohamed has used internationally acclaimed standards to successfully manage complex projects. With a rich history of working with multinational companies, Mohammed has also gained valuable experience in dealing with a culturally diverse workforce. Mohamed has managed and supported strategic planning and implementation in Singapore, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Sudan, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates. He has worked across many sectors including IT, Research, Oil & Gas, Telecom and Government. Mohamed has developed, implemented and operated many Project/Program Management Offices (PMO), conducted OPM3 assessment and implement Project Management Information Systems (PMIS) MS Project 2007, 2010 and 2013. He has hands-on experience in automation of project planning, control, reporting and contract administration through Primavera / Microsoft Enterprise Project Management. Mohamed was the first certified Program Management Professional (PgMP), PMI certified Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP), PMI certified Agile Practitioner (PMI-ACP) and Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) and Organization Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3) Assessor and Consultant in Kuwait. Mohamed participated as a Global Sustainability track Chair in PMI North America Global Congress in 2011 and in PMI EMEA Global Congress in 2012. Mohamed Khalifa is an aPRO Recognized Assessor from American Society for the Advanced Project Management. Mohamed Khalifa is PMI LMC Alumni in 2013


MSc, PMP, PMI-RMP, PfMP, PMI Fellow,

He managed IIL Spain for almost two years, and he was a Senior Project Manager at Hewlett-Packard Spain (Madrid Office) during thirteen years. Alfonso is a PMI member, and a member of ALI (Asociación de Licenciados, Ingenieros y Doctores en Informática). Alfonso was the founder, Sponsor and President of PMI Barcelona, Spain Chapter until April 2005, and he is an IPMA Assessor. He was a member of the CoPAT (Congress Project Action Team) of PMI EMEA 2005 Congress in Edinburgh, 2006 PMI EMEA Congress in Madrid, and PMI EMEA Congress in Budapest. He was graduated in the “Leadership Institute Master Class 2007” in October 2007 in Atlanta (PMI Global Congress). He was the second President of PMI Madrid Spain Chapter. He was a PMI Component Mentor for Region 8 South during three years, and a PMIEF Engagement Committee Member. He received the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award on October 9th, 2010. He also received the PMI Fellow Award on October 22nd, 2011 and the PMI Eric Jenett Excellence Award on October 28th, 2017. Since 1994, he is a frequent speaker at International PM Congresses and Symposiums. Alfonso has delivered PM training and consulting services in Spain, Mexico, UK, Belgium, Germany, France, Denmark, Costa Rica, Brazil, USA, and Singapore. As Project Management believer, he defends that Passion, Persistence, and Patience are keys for project success. He authored the book “Dirección de Proyectos, una nueva vision” published by “LITO GRAPO Editors) in IIL Mexico on June 2003. And he is a contributor to Chapter 7 of the book “Creating the Project Office”. Published on February 2003 by Jossey-Bass Editors (San Francisco/California), authored by Robert J. Graham., Paul Dinsmore and Randall L. Englund. Alfonso co-authored with Randall L. Englund the book “Project Sponsorship” published by Josse- Bass Editors by May 2006. He has authored the book “Today is a Good Day” – Attitudes for achieving project success, published by Multimedia Publishing in Canada on last February 2010.

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