Scott Coplan
Services Offered
Leadership coaching
Most Recent Book Title
The Integrator: A Change Management Framework for Achieving Agile IT Project Success
Book Description
When a $145 million IT project failure pushes Los Angeles to the edge of financial meltdown, the County CEO asks Max McLellan, a harried IT project manager, aka The Integrator, for help. The County Board gives Max 30 days to identify the problem and find a solution. At first Max finds the usual missteps, but something bigger and darker beckons, an explosive source of project failure. He must do something different, rattling ghosts of previous County IT failures, uncloaking crookedness, and exposing truths that shatter careers.
Additional Book Titles
Project Management for Health Care Information Technology
Location (city/state/country)
Seattle, WA
Author bio
Scott R. Coplan is a recognized change and project manager, educator, author, and speaker on industry proven practices. In 1991, he founded COPLAN AND COMPANY to focus on improving lives with IT project management. His over 45 years of experience concentrates on successfully managing IT projects that transform or radically change the way clients deliver services to people in need. This includes changing organizations to achieve IT project management success involving planning, acquisition, transformation, implementation, quality assurance, and optimization. Formerly with Deloitte and Booz Allen and Hamilton, Scott holds an MPA from the University of Washington and a BA from Beloit College. He is a Project Management Professional (PMP), Accredited Accelerating Implementation Methodology (AIM) practitioner, and Fellow with the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS). Scott co-authored the book Project Management for Healthcare Information Technology with David Masuda, M.D., McGraw-Hill, 2011, currently used as a higher education textbook on project management.
Professional Speaker Topics
IT project management industry proven practices for human behavioral change and Agile
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

My “why” is to provide worth, creativity, learning, and help

  • Scott Coplan

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