Mike Glen, from Oxfordshire, England, is a Chartered Engineer and pilot, who
retired as a Wing Commander engineer after 32 years in the Royal
Mike spent 8 years at Cranfield University at the Royal
Military College of Science as a lecturer in project management and computer
applications. Then, as a computer consultant for 7 years, he specialized in
training for Microsoft
For his work providing frequent and accurate responses to those having problems
on the Project Newsgroups, Microsoft awarded Mike the status of Most Valuable
for Project in 1997, a status which has been renewed every year since.
Mike is now retired, but maintains his MVP interests in Microsoft Project.
However, his spare time it taken up with 4 grandchildren, caravanning, visiting
historic houses and gardens, Barbershop singing and classical music.
Mike Glen is also co-author of the Que publication for Project 2002: Special
Edition Using Project 2002, by Tim Pyron, et al.