Dr. Herb Cohen is an internationally renowned consultant on negotiating strategy, commercial dealings, and crisis management. The author of The New York Times bestseller,You Can Negotiate Anything, his clients have included business executives, large corporations, and governmental agencies.
Bill Coleman was a serial entrepreneur. Bill is best known as founding and operating BEA Systems, Inc. BEA was the original unicorn growing to a billion dollars revenue in just five years. Bill also started and ran several other organizations. In addition, he was a prolific venture capitalist and angle investor. On November 29, 2020 he died after a long fight with pancreatic cancer.
Tony Collins writes a blog for ComputerWorldUK and is freelance writer. Tony co-founded Campaign4Change. Tony worked as editor and writer for Computer Weekly. Tony co-wrote a book of IT project management case studies called Crash (Simon & Schuster).
Frederic Crabbé is 8 years active as a consultant, mainly in the banking industry and public sector. His specific project experience includes working on large transformation engagements where he has taken up roles as Application Manager, Business (Process) Analyst and Project Manager. He holds master degrees in "Applied Economics" and “Law & Economics”, several certifications and is currently involved in the two year program of "Executive Master in IT Management" at the Antwerp Management School.
Jim is the chief information officer and architect for The Standish Group International. He is an experienced executive with over 40 years of experience in the field of Information Technology. He has had a diverse career leading IT organizations in academia, biomedical, manufacturing, and software companies.
Lee Cunningham is the Sr. Director of Enterprise Agile Strategy at CollabNet VersionOne. He works with senior organizational leaders around the globe, assisting them in developing business agility through alignment of all parts of the enterprise. He believes it is necessary for people to enjoy their work in order to consistently deliver high-value, high-quality products and services.
Pascal de Haan lives in the Netherlands and works as a Global Risk Manager within DSM Shared Services. Pascal is instrumental in setting up Risk Management and Internal control frameworks within their shared services (IT, HR, Finance). Pascal has a diverse background going from Hospitality, HR, Finance to Risk Management. The latest addition to his field of knowledge is IT, in the form of the executive Master IT Governance and Assurance. Pascal strongly believes in a future driven approach on Risk Management and likes to challenge today's standards. The future is today and today we change "IT".
Hans Dijckmans works as an IT solution architect in the financial sector with a particular specialization in security. Hans founded his own company via which he offers his consultancy services. Hans holds a M.E.E (ing.) in Electronics & Information Technology (KULeuven - Groep T) and a Master in Science (ir.) in Electronics & Telecom (KULeuven). He also retains the CISSP certification since 2016. Hans is currently following an Executive Master in Enterprise & IT Architecture (2017-2019).
Robert Dirks is a consultant, specialized in the domains governance, risk a compliance. He enjoys working with different customers and challenges in these domains. His main drive is to be the black sheep in the flock, so where colleagues focus on being specialized in ethical hacking, auditing, awareness campaigns or risk management, he things the future is in enterprise alignment. Therefor he started in 2017 with the executive master in IT Governance and assurance at the Antwerp Management School.
Mark Donkersloot lives in Belgium and is an Information- and process consultant and has lead multiple projects and teams during the last 20 years. Mark Donkersloot holds his own company where he supports companies in the complex world of information, process and project management. He studied Business IT & Management, followed by the Executive Master IT Governance and Assurance. His duo thesis about fail- and success factors in the Netherlands was created in cooperation with The Standish Group in Boston, under guidance of Professor dr. ing. Hans Mulder.