Samuel Jones
Dr. Samuel A. Jones III
Project Manager / Researcher

Dr. Samuel Jones is a motivated, business professional with more than 12 years’ experience as a project manager, management consultant, technology consultant, and business owner. He has extensive experience as a project manager, management consultant, organizational change management consultant, organizational process analyst, and technical implementations. Well-versed in project management methodologies, six sigma methodologies, process engineering, organizational change management, risk management, project planning, team building, communication, and technical implementations of organizational change, software projects, and web development projects.

July 2019 - Present
Engineer III - Project Manager

Responsible for the overall management and implementation of ground systems capabilities, flight hardware processing and launch operations at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Jun 2018 - Present
Adjunct Faculty
Union Institue & University

My responsibilities includes teaching Organizational Leadership Masters students and delivering class instruction through the development of instructional plans to meet course competencies which support lesson objectives.

Oct 2013 - Present
C.E.O. / Consultant
Stamina Engineering

Founded Stamina Engineering, specializing in the delivery of a full-range of management consulting services with the ability to implement end-to-end, customized and integrated solutions designed to drive significant business competitive advantages for our clients.

Nov 2006 - July 2019
Business Strategy & Innovation Manager
Info Tech, Inc.

Leads complex business problems into structured solutions backed by data and works with stakeholders to execute solutions to drive initiatives.

Nov 2004 - Oct 2006
Project Manager / Six Sigma Black Belt
ITT Industries - WEDECO (Xylem)

Collaborated with senior management to identify relative complex business and productivity issues, functioning as a subject matter expert of Lean Six Sigma methodology.

Jul 2004 - Nov 2006
Technical Support Specialist
Panasonic Automotive Systems Company Of America

Performed the set-up, calibration, testing and troubleshooting of circuits, components, instruments, and mechanical assemblies.

May 2013 - Dec 2017
Argosy University
Atlanta, Georgia

Dissertation: “Exploring the Relationship between Team Experiences, Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intentions among Informational Technology Professionals”

Areas of Concentration: Organizational Behavior, Management Science, Organizational Development & Change Management, and Strategic Talent Management

Aug 2017
Delta Mu Delta International Business Honor Society
Atlanta, Georgia

Membership in Delta Mu Delta is only offered to students who are in the last half of an ACBSP accredited business program and is only offered to students whose cumulative GPA places them in the top 20% of their class.

Mar 2011 - Apr 2012
American Intercontinental University
Atlanta, Georgia

Masters of Business Administration in Project Management

Areas of Concentration: Integration, Scope, Time & Communication; Planning, Execution & Closure; Quality Management & Continuous Improvement; and Cost, Quality, Risk & Procurement

Aug 2008
Scrum Alliance
Orlando, Florida

Certified Scrum Master (CSM)

Jun 2005
ITT Industries
Newark, New Jersey

Value Based Six Sigma Black Belt (VBSS)

Jun 1998 - May 2004
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
Tallahassee, Florida

Bachelor Of Science in Electronic Engineering Technology

Areas of Concentration: Applied Design, Electronics, Embedded Systems, Control Systems, Instrumentation, Telecommunications, and Power Systems

My Skills
  • Project Management
  • Team Leadership
  • Team Building
Industry Knowledge
  • Agile Methodologies
  • Six Sigma Methodologies
  • Project Portfolio Management
Published Works
Dec 2017
Doctoral Dissertation
Jones, S. A. (2017). Exploring the relationship between team experiences, job satisfaction, and turnover intention among information technology professionals (Doctoral dissertation). Argosy University, Atlanta.

Voluntary turnover in the information technology industry is a growing problem that organizations cannot ignore because of its impact on employee relationships, organizational performance, employee morale, and financial burden (Abii, Ogula, & Rose, 2013; Rouse, 2001). Longenecker and Scazzero (2003) and Kosseff (1999) estimate the expense of replacing a skilled information technology professional between 1.5 to 2.5 times their annual salaries. The purpose of this quantitative study was to investigate the impact and difference between team experiences and the perceived employee job satisfaction and employee retention among information technology professionals.

Future Works

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