Joseph Stuczynski, PMP, CSM Administrative Director

Joseph Stuczynski, PMP, CSM

Joseph Stuczynski joined University Hospitals in 2016 and led the successful restructure of the Project Management Office (PMO) with a team of 20 senior project managers that support over 125 initiatives with over $7M in benefits (2018) for areas that include IT, Revenue Cycle, VIP/HRM, Marketing, Operations, One UH, Advanced Facilities, Clinical Integration, Physician Services, Patient Access, Pain Management, and Ventures. The rebuild includes the standardization of project management tools and methodologies, the advent of a project management education series which has trained over 250 resources throughout the organization in project management best practices, the incorporation of quality stage gates/audits and the creation of a PMO sub-committee focused on continuous improvement and innovative best practices. Over the last two years, these efforts have increased on-time project delivery from 23 to 98 percent. Joe also facilitates the UH Leadership Academy session on “Managing your Business like a Portfolio.”  

Prior to UH, Joe worked in New York City at A&E Networks as the Program Director, responsible for building out the enterprise PMO and managing a capital portfolio worth $50M. He also worked at Condé Nast Publications as the PMO Director where he was responsible for the delivery of all mobile, digital and web ecommerce solutions for all 24 brands (Vogue, Architectural Digest, Vanity Fair, Wired, etc). 

Joe published “Living and Loving Well, a Field Guide for Living a Well-Defined Life.” He is a Reiki Master and a strong advocate for the practice of yoga and meditation.

Civically, he has served as VP on the Board of Trustees for both the Plainfield (NJ) Symphony and Plainfield Library and more recently volunteers with Community of Hope and is a member of the Visiting Committee for the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) for Cleveland State University. Joe is also a proud graduate of Cleveland State University, where he majored in Organizational Development.