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We work in a field that will have problems, complications, mistakes and malfunctions caused by technical failures and human error. It’s a given. How we respond to these challenges is critical and how we will be measured.
One-on-One Coaching and Leadership Workshops
Real-World Experience, Planning, Governance, Assessment
IT Operations & Design, Large-Scale Information Systems Implementations
Cloud Systems, Enterprise Solutions, Crisis Management
Author. Advisor. Technologist.
More than three decades of experience in providing strategic IT solutions to clients ranging from small businesses to complex public institutions to Fortune 500 companies.
Award: In November, 2016, Brad was awarded the the “IT Executive of the Year–Public Sector” by Innotech
“Brad has changed how the business of IT runs on the campus, creating a more accountable and transparent organization. In his first year, he created a governance structure that incorporated the voice of campus into the IT decision making process, which I have been privileged to participate in.”
“While Brad wears many hats on campus as Chief Information Officer, he is also a leader and mentor for students like me. Brad is always supportive of my endeavors and goes out of his way to give any help that he can. He is dedicated to providing opportunities for students to grow and learn here at UT Austin.“
“Brad is a true leader in his approach to coaching and counseling. He is proactive in helping you think through the pros and cons of your career decisions. He is willing to go to the mat for you on issues such as compensation, promotions, or finding the next best career opportunity in the company.”
“[Brad] deserve a lot of credit for assembling such a highly qualified team of consultants to assist with the financial systems implementation and for providing invaluable on-going guidance to assure the project stayed on target.”
“Brad as the Chief Information Officer cultivated relationships across campus to build trust and this paid great dividends towards building the effectiveness of the central IT organization at The University of Texas at Austin.”
“Brad filled the role of the Enterprise Resources Planning systems project leader so effectively that I thought of him and his team as part of The Ohio State University family. Brad’s unique combination of project management, technical and people skills was likely the single most important factor in bringing the project to a successful conclusion.”