|Organization Analysis, Strategy, and Development:|
Disarmingly Simple Truths
With Peter DiGiammarino
For decades organizations have
sought and achieved productivity and performance improvement through
strategic initiatives centered on information technology and process
improvement that streamlined, automated, or eliminated steps to provide
services and products. While much progress has been made, there is a long
way to go to achieve peak performance.
The next wave of strategic
improvement will come principally from enhancing the way people in an
organization perform as individuals and together in groups, teams, as an
organizational unit and in its entirety. The skills to effectively lead this
next wave are not taught in business school and are not easy to figure out on
the job even by bright and highly motivated professionals. They can,
however, be taught by experienced business leaders in for profit and not for
profit ventures, including government.
Join us as Peter DiGiammarino
of IntelliVen shares lessons learned from his 30+ year career –
or what some call "disarmingly simple truths” - about how organizations,
people, strategy and development come together to consistently drive success.
Peter F. DiGiammarino is a senior executive
with more than 30 years of successful experience developing and driving teams
of high-potential, growth-driven professionals build highly successful and
Peter is Principal of IntelliVen,
LLC, whose proven approach helps professional services and high-technology
ventures achieve sustained growth and performance as they move from start-up to credible stage
of venture evolution.
Clients include public and private, for-profits and not-for-profits in North America and worldwide (e.g., Carlyle Group, Novak
Biddle, Paladin Capital Group, Compuserve and Touchstone Consulting).
Peter’s particular skill is helping top
teams develop and align corporate strategy with operations. He helps teams
implement governance, performance metrics, incentive and communications
programs to ensure acceptance by their organization and marketplace.
In addition to serving on the University of Massachusetts
Foundation Board, Peter advises non-profits, and is Adjunct
Professor of Organization Analysis, Strategy and Development for the MS/OD
program at American University in DC.