Daniel Yeomans is an adjunct professor at Northwest University in Kirkland, Washington. He supports the institution’s undergraduate and graduate level business programs. His primary focus is in the project management, business analysis, entrepreneurship, economics, and financial management curriculum areas. Dan is also a very popular corporate trainer for both Green River College and Bellevue College. He has developed and presented project management for many great companies to include Microsoft, T-Mobile, FEMA, AT&T, and more. He is also an independent consultant working with the P17 Group.
Dan’s primary passion is training, coaching, and mentoring. He is recognized as a highly skilled course developer and Instructional Systems Design (ISD) model expert. He is consistently recognized by students as an expert communicator who effectively motivates, coaches, mentors, improves morale, and helps people achieve goals they never thought possible. Dan has personally assisted countless students and corporate associates improve their project management skills, and attain certifications.
Dan has developed hundreds of specific instructor led and on-line business courses for use at both university and corporate levels. Areas of concentration include a variety of project management topics, development and presentation of winning Business Cases, effective oral and written communications methods, financial management, process mapping techniques, implementing process improvement, and more.
Dan most recently developed a course entitled “The Real World of Project Management” for Bellevue College. The course is a winner. It was lauded by students as a course they can immediately apply to improve their project management competency. He also developed an Introduction to Agile Project Management for the Northwest University Masters of Business Administration (MBA) course. The class attracted more than 35 students, and feedback was exceptional.
Dan continues to publish new materials and train new students in multiple business subjects. You can contact Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org. He personally answers all his e-mail!