Drives organizational change through high-impact enterprise strategies and practices:
- Improves enterprise IT strategies and practices for client engagement, project methodology, architectural governance, enterprise documentation, infrastructure migration, development team evolution, and IT support.
- Aligns IT with business strategies through agile methodologies that leverage business and technical architectures, information workflow, use case analysis, and risk assessment to verify fitness-for-purpose.
- Stabilizes ad hoc support operations by clearly defining the boundaries and responsibilities of project and operational teams, while progressively injecting fitness checks earlier into the project lifecycle.
Leads the turnaround of failed and blocked projects through progressive management techniques:
- Facilitates realistic project planning based upon time-boxed delivery of incremental functionality, centered on use cases, prioritized by business criticality, and driven by technical and organizational risk.
Drives the architectural evolution of mission-critical systems, architectures, platforms, and components:
- Product lines built upon service-oriented enterprise architectures and open source frameworks that are secure, scalable, extensible (component-oriented), interoperable, manageable, and serviceable.
- Mission-critical systems built upon robust multi-tier hardware architectures that are 24 x 7, high-performance (multi-processor, server farms), failover-enabled and load-balanced, shadowed, and recoverable.