Multiple changes in leadership within the 1,200 person Information Systems Group contributed to bureaucratic and costly processes to prioritize, define and implement information systems solutions. Consequently, there was a tremendous amount of “churning” of prioritized projects and redundant development efforts resulting in poor return on investments in technology.
Assembled and led a cross-functional project team to define a streamlined process to prioritize, define, design and build information systems. Implemented rapid, simplified systems development processes rather than complicated methodologies.
The redesigned processes were used as the blueprint for all systems development projects throughout the organization, resulting in dramatically reduced cycle time to complete IT projects.