Online Business Systems, a global consultancy in Digital Transformation and Cybersecurity, proudly announces and celebrates the remarkable achievement of one of our consultants, Toyin Fatubarin, who has been ranked in the prestigious Future 50 from the Project Management Institute.
The Future 50 is a highly regarded list that honors exceptional professionals from around the world who display outstanding expertise, leadership, and innovation in the field of project management. This recognition underscores Toyin’s talent and significant contributions to the industry.
As a Senior Project Manager and Agile Coach, Toyin has played an integral role in numerous successful projects, both domestically and internationally, consistently garnering positive feedback from clients and colleagues alike. Her ability to seamlessly navigate complex challenges, identify innovative solutions, and effectively communicate with stakeholders has been instrumental in the successful execution of large-scale initiatives.
“The future needs project leaders who can adapt to change and who can make and learn from mistakes—quickly,” she says.
In addition to her outstanding project management skills, Toyin also exemplifies Online’s core values of integrity, dedication, and professionalism.
Being recognized in the Future 50 for International Project Management further demonstrates her standing as a trusted expert in the field. Her expertise and leadership will undoubtedly continue to drive excellence and further develop the capabilities of Online’s project management team.
Online extends Toyin our warmest congratulations and best wishes to on this remarkable achievement. We look forward to celebrating her continued success as she contributes to the growth and success projects for Online’s clients.
To see Toyin’s full profile on the Future 50 2023 Honorees page, click here.
About PMI Future 50:
PMI’s Future 50 program honors 50 standout Rising Leaders who are reshaping the future and accelerating innovation through projects in their industries and around the world. To learn more about the program visit https://www.pmi.org/future-50/.