Since 1995, Pablo Lledó has guided business development projects in multinational companies, coordinated training programs for executives, started companies and helped enterprises reach their strategic objectives through projects.
After working as a financial analyst for Towers-Perrin in England, Mr. Lledó became an entrepreneur, founding six companies ranging from retail to fintech. Today, he continues as a board director for four of these companies. He has published more than 10 project management books and has delivered training and consulting to more than 20,000 executives in 20 countries. His experience is not in success alone, but also in failure, adaptability and reinvention.
Mr. Lledó has delivered keynote speeches for several PMI global and regional conferences and received the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award in 2012. Moreover, Mr. Lledó served as a board director at the PMI Buenos Aires, Argentina Chapter (2009–2010) and as a founder and first president of the PMI Nuevo Cuyo Argentina Chapter (2011-2012). Both of these chapters received the PMI Chapter of the Year award during his time of volunteer work. He has also served as PMI Educational Foundation board director (2015–2020), serving as Chair in 2020.
Mr. Lledo holds an MSc in project analysis (University of York, England), an MBA in project management (Universidad Francisco de Vitoria, Spain), an MBA in international business (Universitat de Lleida, Spain) and a bachelor’s degree in economics (Universidad Nacional de Cuyo – Argentina). He has completed the Program on Negotiation (Harvard Law School) and has been awarded the Role of the Director (Institute of Directors, England).
He is married, is the father of three boys, is active in sports and volunteers as both a rugby coach and in helping undernourished children.