Almost 7 years ago
Answered a question: What is the primary reason why ECM implementations are struggling to survive past the ECM project phase?
Any new innovative ideas, solutions or projects need leadership and commitment. Once the leadership and commitment are there, employees will follow. Employees are all very busy these days, It is much easier to just focus on their tasks that they are being measured and do…
Almost 7 years ago
Enterprise Content Management
Madge M. Meyer - a public speaker, award-winning author, and the founder of “Madge Meyer Consulting, LLC” - is known for her unique yet practical approach to advancing innovation and leadership throughout entire organizations. Her book, titled “The Innovator’s Path” and subtitled as “How Individuals, Teams, and Organizations Can Make Innovation Business as Usual”, was published by John Wiley & Sons and it has received Axiom Business Book 2014 Award.
Madge was the Chief Innovation Officer and Technology Fellow at State Street Corporation, where she served as Executive Vice President for over a decade. She is representing State Street working with MIT Collaborative Initiatives to bring innovative solutions to problems broadly ranging from global sustainability to health, education, and veterans’ reintegration
Madge has been recognized with 16 personal awards for her industry and community achievements, including Bank Systems & Technology “Elite 8 Innovators” and Bank Technology News “10th Annual Innovators List”. Recently, she has been named “VIP Woman of the Year for 2013/2014” by the NAPW for her outstanding leadership & commitment. She was also initiated, as a Simmons School of Management 2013 Chapter Honoree, into the International Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society. She was recognized as a “Woman of Outstanding Leadership 2013” by TheIWLA. Under her leadership, Madge’s teams at State Street were also recognized with 32 awards for innovation and excellence, including 12 IT environmental sustainability honors.
Prior to joining State Street, Madge held executive positions at both IBM and Merrill Lynch. Earlier in her career, she was a scientific programmer working for IBM on the NASA Spaceflights.
Madge is a graduate in mathematics and chemistry from the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor. She also continued graduate study in Mathematics at St. Louis University. She is an advisory board member for some venture capital and non-profit organizations
Specialties: Innovation, Leadership, Technology.