Considering the tidal wave of fear-driven headlines these days, it’s tough focusing on the biggest issue we should be worrying about. Climate change causing the oceans to rise? Over-exuberant stock market heading for a crash? The New England Patriots winning another Super Bowl? The problem is that human brains just aren’t wired to make accurate […]
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About Craig Iskowitz
Craig is a strategic advisor to CEOs and their leadership teams, but he also love getting his hands dirty on technology projects. As an entrepreneur running his own consulting firm, he is continually being challenged to overcome obstacles and think outside the box to stay successful.
As a seasoned professional with a strong operational skill set, he combine the abilities to think strategically and execute tactically. He is an expert in financial systems software and he know what is required to design, build, market, sell and support wealth management products & services. With hands-on experience managing customer support, operations, field service and quality assurance teams, he understand how software impacts all aspects of an organization and it enables him to deliver solutions that solve problems instead of causing them!
His most successful engagements have been in unifying product development, services and delivery teams and coordinating product initiatives from initial concept through to market delivery. He thrive in fast-paced, high-pressure environments and have consistently delivered outstanding results.
Writing is one of his passions and he enjoy sharing his experience and knowledge with colleagues and friends. He currently publish two blogs, one on wealth management (www.wmtoday.com) and one on career advice and improving workplace effectiveness (www.thinklikeaconsultant.com).
His specialties include Technology Strategy Design and Implementation. Business Strategy. Customer Support and Service. Quality Assurance. Product/Program Management: Market Research, Requirements, Project Management, Vendor Selection and Management, Implementation and Rollout Strategies. Development of Enterprise Applications and Services.