Through 30 years in HP, with positions in marketing, manufacturing, R&D, technical support, sales, IT, and global shared services, I developed a broad understanding of what drove the company's results, and how individuals contributed to those results, both effectively and ineffectively. Since leaving HP, and working in the wide range of industries since then (noted in the Introduction Section), I've learned that human performance characteristics are industry-neutral. My experiences have enabled me to be effective in all the industries I've entered, without exception. I've noted a few of the key accomplishments I've achieved with the teams and organizations I've worked with here, as an example of what's possible:
- Generated 18 multi-country, cross-sector collaborative strategies for long-term, systemic interventions for averting terrorism recruiting in the SE Asia Region during multi-country conference hosted by Special Operations Forces Pacific Command.
- Identified 7 viable strategies for sustainable mobility solutions for the future in a Fortune 50 auto manufacturer.
- Created global IT Strategic Staffing Strategy for Fortune 50 energy company.
- Created Global Supply Chain IT Strategic Plan in 3 weeks, gaining full global leadership review & endorsement, using all distributed technology.
- Reinvented Global Technical Training Program for HP’s Test & Measurement Sales & Service Organization; significantly increased sales in Europe & Asia/Pacific Region growth markets.