According to PMForum Managing Editor David Pells, “Artur Bialy is a leader in the project management professional community in Poland. He was a founder of the Poland Chapter of the Project Management Institute, and has been an active supporter of other PMI chapters in Europe as well. In recent years, he has developed significant experience and expertise in Agile project management, scrum and similar rapidly emerging methodologies for managing software and technology projects. I am excited about his joining our team.”
Based in Krakow, Artur Bialy is an experienced project manager, program manager and technical manager/leader, with over ten years of experience managing IT projects on various levels. He has managed the implementation of complex internet applications, data warehouse and real-time systems. Artur has worked on technology projects for international companies in Poland, Ireland, France and Spain. He is an expert in IT project management, business intelligence and real-time applications. Artur is involved in new agile project management practices, works as an active Scrum Master and helps implement lean/agile practices. He is a certified Scrum Master and is one of few in Poland - Certified Scrum Practitioner (CSP) by Scrum Alliance.
Mr. Bialy graduated from the Department of Computer Science, University of Technology and Science, Krakow, Poland, where he also conducted research into Intelligent Agent Systems and Artificial Intelligence. Artur holds a Masters Degree in Applied Computer Science. He also holds the Project Management Professional (PMP ®) certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI ®) and is an active member of PMI; he was a founding member of the PMI Poland Chapter.
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