Here are some photos of me in action:
His contributions have been featured in and on Inc. Magazine, NBC, CNBC, The Huffington Post, The Globe and Mail, the American Express Open Forum, Fast Company, Technorati, abcnews.com, forbes.com, BusienssWeek, The New York Times, ReadWriteWeb, and many other sites. He holds degrees from Carnegie Mellon University and Cornell University.
I began working with emerging technologies in 1994 after graduating from college. After grad school, I started a new career in corporate human resources. That wasn’t the best fit for me, and I quickly gravitated to work rooted more in technology and systems. In 1998, I took my first IT job, traveling extensively to Latin America on a global PeopleSoft project for a Fortune 50 company. I started full-time consulting in 2000 and decided to become my own boss in 2002.
My goal as an independent consultant is–and always has been–to optimize organizations’ use of technology. I like to think that I’ve been reasonably successful, having cultivated close to 100 clients in a wide variety of industries, including health care, manufacturing, retail, education, telecommunications, and the public sector. I have worked with many different organizations that use technology in many different ways–some better than others.
Aside from consulting and speaking, I have written five books:
I hold degrees from Cornell University (Master’s) and Carnegie Mellon University (BS).