My job is to change how people work at Deutsche Bank, using collaboration platforms, communities of practice, and public social media channels.
Prior to this, I worked on trading and risk technology at Deutsche, Morgan Stanley and NatWest Markets. I started my career at AT&T Bell Labs where I reengineered network control centers and co-authored “Successful Reengineering.”
I graduated from Columbia University with a BA and MS in Computer Science.
For more on why I write and how we should change the way we work, read my initial post: “This I believe.” Here’s a brief excerpt:
“Too many jobs are about filling roles in systems and processes whose purposes aren’t fully understood. Too many people have lost their personal, human connections at – and with – work.
I have hope – and I have evidence – that work is changing.
I want to chronicle this change. I see and feel it happening where I work. And I see and feel it happening at the companies I deal with. I want to tell the stories of what’s possible and accelerate the change.”