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Current responsibilities
Steve Moran is the Product Manager for Project and Development Services. His objectives center around establishing and driving a multi-year strategic plan to support top and bottom line growth, improve value prop and differentiation in both Corporate Solutions and Markets-based businesses.

In partnership with senior leadership, he manages and leads a portfolio of projects and initiatives that move the needle. He directly supports the sales team in order to win more business. He and his team work to drive innovation into aspects of the product as well as extract innovative ideas from the field that can help all accounts/markets.

Steve is also the manager of the Project and Development Services (PDS) Project Management Office (PMO) which is the team charged with executing strategic change. He is accountable for the establishment and maintenance of all process and standard operating procedures utilized by over 1,000 project managers nationally.

Steve is also responsible for the firm's project technology platform, training programs, project-related sourcing program, analytics and PDS-related account start-up/transitions. He works with teams from EMEA and APAC to ensure global consistency. He seeks out opportunities for collaboration, sharing and integration by working with leaders from other service lines.

Lastly, Steve works tightly with marketing, legal, HR to align efforts and drive growth.
• Member of the PDS Management Executive Committee
• Member of the PMI Global Executive Council

Prior to his current responsibilities, Steve managed the MAC product line as the National Practice Lead. Steve was responsible for delivery of MAC account-based and variable projects.

He was also accountable for building the product line and growing the business through full P&L responsibility. He managed a team of 20+ project managers while simultaneously fulfilling the role of PMO manager. Prior to becoming the PMO Manager, he was the Central Region Regional Account Practice Lead (RAPL) while simultaneously managing the National MAC Practice.

From 2006 to 2010,  Steve was the Director of the Retail Project Management Office for the Bank of America account. The Retail Team, comprised of the PMO and Project Execution, was responsible for the construction of new Banking Centers, ATM’s and the renovation of existing Center’s throughout the country representing an annual spend of approximately $200 million.

As a member of the Retail leadership team, Steve managed a geographically diverse team of 20 individuals responsible for process, technology, procurement, knowledge management and reporting that supported successful delivery of the bank’s objectives. In addition, his team was responsible for project administration of over 2,000 projects annually. This included managing the invoicing, payment, closeout and filing processes. 

Key contributions included:
• Creation of a Project Management Office to standardize project management methods, improve control, reduce risk and drive key performance metrics. VOC demonstrated year over year improvement in all categories for three years straight.
• Implemented project management standardization and efficiency tools such as electronic bidding (GC and A/E), project manager scorecard, file retention repository, project volume/metrics/resourcing model, risk alerts, a project management training program and a cost savings and avoidance program.
• Reductions or efficiency improvements in key project measurement areas

Prior to the Bank of America assignment, Steve served as the PDS Lead for General Motors where he managed Space Management for three years. Included in these services were Move Management, FF&E, Space Coordination and Portfolio Planning.

The team of 40 associates coordinated the relocation of employees and contract workers throughout facilities in Southeastern Michigan. The engagement consisted of 16,000 moves and 20,000 voice transactions annually.

During his assignment at GM, Steve led process, technology and FTE efficiencies while simultaneously delivering significant improvements in profitability and customer satisfaction.

Prior to the General Motors assignment, Steve led a large-scale CAFM implementation for Ford Motor Company. Steve managed a team of 30+ employees and a multi-million dollar annual budget. The project consisted of occupancy data and field verification of all CAD drawings for 82 buildings and 14 million square feet as well as system implementation/integration. 

Steve earned a BSBA specializing in Decision Support Systems at the University of Florida and an MBA from Michigan State University through the Executive MBA Program.

He is a Project Management Professional (PMP), a LEED Accredited Professional and Six Sigma Green Belt/Lean Certified.