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Mark E. Geres | Project Support

Located in Canada's National Capital Region, Ottawa-Gatineau


Contact me. I am available for work assignments that will put my project management knowledge and skills into play for you.


  • I enjoy providing day-to-day support and governance for a variety of projects—being inextricably tied to the success of the projects that I am working on—driving everything forward (feasibility, design, build, test, deploy, close).
  • I can help to strike a balance, to find and deliver to your organization's sweet spot.
  • My work can directly influence the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of projects—optimizing delivery of business change: improvements, enhancements, new ideas and innovation. My value propositions include economic, operational effectiveness & efficiency.


Where Would I Like to Work Next?
Canadian Healthcare Infrastructure

  • Hospitals and healthcare facilities
  • Regional health authorities
  • Consultancies
  • Technology service providers



"No organization can afford to stand still in today’s warp-speed world. And all that change? It’s happening through projects."— Pulse of the Profession, PMI, February 2020 


A project’s success is measured by product & project quality, timeliness, budget compliance, and degree of customer & stakeholders’ satisfaction.


Project management practitioners are tasked with identifying the right delivery approach, to get the job done, and deliver value.


For projects with multiple deliverables—it’s entirely possible that you might use different development approaches for different deliverables.

Development Approach. A method used to create and evolve the product, service, or result during the project life cycle, such as a predictive (plan-driven/waterfall), adaptive (agile/evolutionary), or hybrid method.


About Mark

Mark E. Geres, PMP® MoP® PRINCE2® ITIL®Mark E. Geres, PMP® MoP® PRINCE2® ITIL®

  • PMP® MoP® PRINCE2® ITIL®. A very good knowledge base of tactical and strategic project management theory, frameworks, techniques, methodologies, foundational standards, practice standards and good/approved best practices.
  • A catalyst for good change. A keen/sharp eye for quality systems.
  • Open minded. An inherent willingness to try new things or to hear and consider new ideas. 


CLICK HERE TO VIEW << Noteworthy Functions & Processes of Project Management >>

A strong proponent / advocate of the CLICK HERE TO VIEW << PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct >>


I emphasize quality, think logically, and strive for a diplomatic approach and consensus within groups. I ask important questions and talk about problems that could hold up projects—and speaking "truth to power" is important to me.

The Japanese word kaizen translates to “good change.” I work hard to engage, scrutinize, hold accountable—and make better.



Problems on Large Projects Can Often Be Attributed to Small Mistakes That Were Overlooked!

Precise, detail-oriented and conscientious—I take great pride in being accurate and correct and especially excel in specialized or technical tasks due to my attention to detail.

Because I focus on the details and often see what many others do not, I tend to be a good problem solver and very creative. I think very analytically and systematically, and make decisions carefully with plenty of research and information to back it up.

An instinctive organizer, who can both create and maintain systems. I am a "do it yourself" manager who maintains focus on tasks and will see something through until it's finished.

I have very high standards for both myself and others. I bring perspective to groups and tend to be the 'anchor of reality'  in team thought. When something is proposed, I will think through every detail of how it works and the process.



My Value Proposition—Economic, Operational Effectiveness & Efficiency

I will make realistic estimates and will voice the problems that I see with the plan or already existing system—speaking "truth to power" is important to me.

I am conscientious and even-tempered. I will complete tasks I've committed to and will be very thorough.

Client retention and generating repeat revenue, profitability.

Making sure that revenue stays ahead of the costs of doing business.

Reduction in employee turnover costs—maintaining a productive and positive workplace environment that improves employee retention.



Building Workplace Interpersonal Effectiveness

"He who knows others is learned. He who knows himself is wise."— Lao Tzu


Self-Management Skills or Traits| Temperaments | Style


Alone or with Others

  • Trainable and trustworthy.
  • I enjoy spending time with other people.  Interacting with others helps me feel energized.
  • Enterprising—having or showing initiative and resourcefulness.


Myers–Briggs® Type Indicator ESTJ

Direct, objective, humorous and observant, ESTJs tend to be methodical organizers who are good at making sure that everything is running smoothly and according to plan. They tend to be logical and strategic and to have an excellent grasp of logistics, being able to quickly quantify operations and plans, knowing just where adjustments are required and where additional attention is needed the most.


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Holland Code® ICS

  • Investigative (Thinker), Conventional (Organizer), and Social (Helper).

SOCIAL STYLE® (Expressive)

  • Spontaneous, outgoing, energetic, creative and friendly. I enjoy involvement, excitement and interpersonal interaction.

DiSC® Personality Profile (C-Compliance)

  • Cautious & Reflective. Accurate; analytical. Conscientious; careful. Fact-finder; precise. High standards; systematic. Questioning & Skeptical.


Fields of Interest & Study


and Love to Use

Four years of post-secondary studies at Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology and CÉGEP (collège d'enseignement général et professionnel).

  • Business Administration
  • Quality and Operations Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Production & Inventory Management / Supply Chain Management—ASCM®-based, formerly APICS®
  • Computer Programming and Networks
  • Project Management—PMI® PMBOK®-based

Well-trained & accredited, having earned:

  • PMP® - Project Management Professional,
  • MoP® - Portfolio Management Practitioner,
  • PRINCE2® Project Management Practitioner, and
  • ITIL® IT Service Management-Foundation certifications.

Security Clearance: GC Level II (SECRET)


Proficient in both official languages ─ Bilingual English/French GC Level C/B/B


Public Speaking  | CC (Competent Communicator) Certificate | 10 Speech Projects Completed Successfully | Toastmasters International


15+ years of diverse work experience—with both private and public-sector organizations.


Project offices, business projects enabled by information and communication technology, relationship marketing, print related and software services, systems research databases and reporting, procedures analysis, electronics manufacturing/supply chain, and customer service.


Computer Software/Hardware: MS Office (Spreadsheets, Email, Presentations & Slideshows, Database Management), Project Management/Scheduling, Communication and Collaboration Tools, Social Media, Graphics, Flowcharting & Diagramming, Web, Computer and Telecommunications Networks and Hardware, Enterprise Systems including Project Portfolio Management CA PPM (formerly CA ClarityTM PPM) and Electronic Document Management.


Academic Studies H.S. Diploma

Technical Studies H.S. Diploma | Welding and Mechanical Drafting Specialization



Functional [Transferable] Skills


and Love to Do with Data/Statistics, People, or Things

  • Problem solving, analyzing, researching, and testing.
  • Written/verbal communications, counselling, advising, encouraging, facilitating, and organizing.
  • Computer skills (intermediate / advanced), proficient computing, applications, and programming.


Noteworthy Project Management Competencies That Often Underlie My Successful Performance at Work


Business | Management | Technical | Behavioral

Procedures and Tools - Ability to understand and apply established policies and procedures, tools and technical requirements to the project.

Strategic Thinking - Ability to analyze the future impact of decisions by taking a big-picture approach, and to strategically position the project within the business to relate to short and long-term objectives.

Client Focus - Understand who the client is and what the client's current & future needs are; be able to provide realistic expectations and to reach agreement with the client from the project's outset.

Values, Ethics, & Professional Conduct - Fostering and supporting the principles and values of the Project Management Institute (PMI).

Creative Thinking - Questioning conventional approaches, exploring alternatives and responding to challenges with innovative solutions or services, using intuition, experimentation and fresh perspectives.



Ph: 1.819.827.2558

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