About this site and its Author

This site was created to share topical thoughts on IT, Business and Change Management, building on research and practical experiences.

This blog is authored by Martin Davis, who is an experienced senior IT leader (CIO, VP of IT). Martin’s career has included positions in the UK, Canada and the USA. His experience spans global corporations, privately owned companies, manufacturing, automotive, consumer goods and transportation industries.


Key skills include:

  • Driving business improvement
  • Aligning business and IT strategy
  • Building strong business and IT relationships
  • Delivering business value through IT actions
  • Change Management in complex and difficult situations
  • Program and Project Management
  • Team and personnel development and mentoring
  • Business Process Re-engineering

For more information please see my entry on LinkedIn.


The views expressed in this blog are solely mine and are not representative or related to companies or organisations I have been involved with or have worked for.

Contact Me

To contact me privately please fill in your details and message below, or alternatively start a discussion using the form at the bottom of the page. I look forward to hearing from you.



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