Associate Professor, Department of Supply Chain Management
Director, Pathways to Partnership Program
Rutgers Business School
Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
Gene was founder and President of the Cambridge Group, Project Management consulting and organizational development firm located in Bedminster, New Jersey. He has an international reputation in project management, communications; and operations management. He has over forty five years’ experience in management, project management, both line and staff positions, which enables him to deliver practical, common sense as well as theory-based perspectives.
Mr. Spiegle has performed consulting, conducted training and delivered workshops for organizations like AT&T, Bechtel, Black & Veatch, Boeing, Chrysler Corporation, City of Los Angeles DPW, and U. S. Corp. of Engineers, Datek Online Inc., General Motors, Hewlett Packard, MIT National Labs, Xerox Corporation and the United Nations.
Active in many organizations relative to the areas of his expertise, Gene has been a member of the Project Management Institute, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, The National Society of Professional Engineers, American Military Engineers, and Association for Quality Performance.
After retirement from the United Nations where he was Director of Projects, Mr. Spiegle served in various positions from President of a firm pioneering and specializing in automated systems to Vice-President of engineering of a Fortune 500 company. Gene holds degrees in psychology and engineering with an advanced degree in psychology. Mr. Spiegle has been an adjunct faculty in project management, engineering management, and communications at University of Pittsburgh and University of Alabama, The Conference Board of New York and Battelle Memorial Institute.
He is also the author and designer of “Project Management Guidelines”, a process currently utilized by many organizations to manage their projects. Gene’s book “Taming a Silent Killer - - Your Stress” was released in May of 2002 followed by “Project Management – The Basics for Success”