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The Everyday PM Podcast | "Leave a Legacy by Writing Your Book"


Donna Gregorio, Author and IT Department Head


Donna Gregorio is a veteran of corporate IT project management, published author, college grad school instructor, and well-respected conference speaker. Donna’s own journey to excellence has been fueled by a passion for empowering students and experts. Today she manages the PM/BA department in IT and guides her teams through a high-stress, constant change, and fast-paced environment that is now commonplace. Donna shows each audience how to reconnect with tools in addressing challenges, and what matters most, so they can achieve positive results. Having presented in front of classrooms of 20-50 and conference presentations of 50-100+, Donna demonstrates style, grace, and comfort, and is able to explain complex technical issues in an interesting way.


She helps organizations disrupt “change as usual” through a practical and repeatable framework, transforming their culture from surviving change to growing through change. Outside of her current role, Donna took a chance on herself by writing and publishing her own book, The Successful Project Manager: Practical Guidance from Lessons Learned, during the pandemic. In this episode, she takes us through the process of writing and publishing her book and why this was her way of leaving her legacy in the project management industry.

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Author, IT Department Head, Professor, Project Manager, and Business Analyst

A veteran of corporate IT project management, published author, college grad school instructor, and well-respected conference speaker.

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