"Management is about coping with complexity.
Leadership, by contrast, is about coping with change."
— John P. Kotter
Transformational Change: Natural ability to bring order out of
chaos by quickly identifying a way forward, calming uncertainty, and rallying a team to pull
forward in unison. Particularly successful in environments such
as post-merger integrations, outsourcing activities, fast-growth, and
Management: Able to thrive in complexity. A systematic thinker who
solves problems with logical analysis and intuitive insights. Many years experience in managing employees including hiring,
development, performance management, mentoring, and coaching for high
performance. Able to create a synergistic team by inspiring people to excellence through a commitment to a common agenda. Innate ability to create organizational structures and processes that enable efficient workflow and employee productivity.
Communication: Highly articulate communicator with strong
presentation skills and a proven ability to bridge the gap between technical and non-technical people. Comfortable and accomplished public speaker.
Technology: Extensive knowledge of the current state of technology covering the spectrum from large distributed environments
with multi-tiered application architectures to desktop computing
and personal digital assistants. An intuitive understanding of technological trends and the effective use of technology to
deliver organizational productivity. Broad experience in managing the
entire IT stack from wide area networks and data centers to desktop
computers and end-user support.
Organizational Effectiveness:. Adept at refining and maneuvering
large, complex organizations, especially those that involve matrixed or
outsourced arrangements. Change agent
attuned to culture and intangible factors coupled with the application
of effective methods for driving change.
Project / Program Management: History of success with large scale
projects spanning complex stakeholder management to detailed technical
solutions. Process focused with a passion for
creating the processes and environments essential for successful
projects and programs. Capable of bringing a diverse group of individuals together as a team focused on the project objectives. Accurate sense of organization design for effective project and program delivery.
Personal Style as Described by Myers-Briggs Type: INTJ
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