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I am an energetic technology driven business leader with a people first mindset to achieving results. With over 20 years experience managing people, enhancing processes, and driving innovative technology solutions that contribute to firms’ bottom line both at large organizations and start-ups. I believe in hands-on involvement in leading change, starting with idea creation and problem scoping through successful implementation, support and everything in between. I celebrate diversity and have deep insight into different cultures. My successful leadership can be attributed to a few relatively simple guiding principles: • People: Boost workplace “meaning quotient” and inspire employees to perform at their peak by explaining why their work matters. • Business/Process: Decompose complex problems into simple measurable deliverables with associated cost to ensure that our business partners know the business drivers that support each and every request for funding. • Technology: Strategically balance innovation with regulatory requirements while maintaining total cost of ownership, hence presenting creative yet simple solutions that add meaning and value to all stakeholders.
The scale of opportunity for North America, and perhaps more so for the U.S. is enormous—further magnifying the need to tackle supply chain issues.
Implement these strategies for start-up success. It's tough out there when you are trying to build brand recognition and rise above the noise. When you are just starting out in the marketplace as a business owner, how do you attract loyal clients and partnership deals? Below, 14 Fast Company Executive Board members discuss the most important factors in developing the brand identity that you want to be known for. Once your leadership team establishes that, it's essential that you continue to stand on the reputation that you want to build.
Hope for the best. Plan for disruption. Life is full of uncertainties, and that includes an unpredictable business environment. What can leaders do to secure their company's future and team stability during tough economic times? One solution is to prepare and plan ahead—based on the market trends—so your company and stakeholders will be ready and skilled to face the challenges that may come your way. Here, Fast Company Executive Board members share their go-to methods that leaders can implement to effectively manage the risk and uncertainty in their day-to-day business operations.
It’s natural to want to stand up for yourself and fight your way up the pay scale. Doing so professionally and reasonably requires some thought and a bit of research.
If your small business is in the process of branching out worldwide, consider the following points as you prepare for your launch. As a business owner or CEO, expanding your company's reach in other countries is more than just building a worldwide network of team members and doing a deep dive into a business market you may be unfamiliar with. On the contrary, it's also about recognizing the standard guidelines that are in place and could enhance or prevent your organization from thriving if you fail to go about your launch in the right way. Below, 14 Fast Company Executive Board members share advice as they weigh in on the impact (and importance) of globalization for small businesses in a growing competitive marketplace.
Do you say yes to everything? Industry experts explain the benefits of clearing your plate at work. If you're just starting out in management, it's not unusual to constantly feel obligated to say yes. When duty calls and other colleagues are requesting your time and commitment to engage in an upcoming project or take over a daily task, it's a natural instinct for most people to lean in. On the other hand, if you've been at your post for some time and have plenty of skin in the game, you've probably figured out by now that you can't take on everything without burning out. Learning to share growth opportunities with your staff members on a regular basis will also elevate your leadership skills and team relations in the workplace. Leading experts from Fast Company Executive Board are no longer hesitant to turn down a project that may sound good on paper but has the potential to keep them sidetracked and further away from their objectives. Here, they share the benefits of learning to say "no" under pressure and how essential it is to improve your work-life balance and reach your goals.
Technium Consulting Inc.
At Technium Consulting we collaborate closely with our clients to better understand how we can equip them and ensure greater levels of success to meet the challenges of today. Our goal is to deliver innovative Information Management solutions while reducing costs and complexity. We truly believe that information should make work simple, fast, reliable and fun. Our mission is to create a partnership with clients and implement Information Management solutions that enable key decision makers a single view of their business, to facilitate timely and accurate decision making. While at the same time plan and prepare to exploit tomorrow’s opportunities. With Technium you can take a strategic approach to boosting performance through an optimal mix of your Internal Staff and our Management Consulting (advisory) Services, Solution Delivery for BI/DW/MDM initiatives and/or Talent Augmentation Services.