Joe Batista

 

Joe Batista
Chief Creatologist
Hewlett Packard

Joe has an incredible passion for growth strategies and agendas that focus on creating alignment of interest expose Company’s “assets and currencies”, creating meaningful client dialogues and using powerful frameworks and case studies that professionals walk away with actionable plans.

Joe has presented to audiences in London, Boston, San Francisco, New York, Alexandria, Miami, Naples, France and Singapore to mention a few. Joe dedicates his time to creating and accelerating new ideas that professionals for both large and emerging enterprises can execute against. His passion ignites his clients around the world to think “outside the box”, but more importantly to take action NOW.

Joe is a consultant, a business strategist, and a technologist with over 26 years of practical industry experience. Joe actively works with many emerging companies as a Business Advisor, formulating innovative technology, marketing and strategy for competitive advantage. Many large corporations seek his “creative application theory” of applying real world technology to business domain challenges. Awards include “Who’s Who Among American Business Leaders”, “Who’s Who in Media & Communication” and “Who’s Who in the Computer Industry”. Joe was awarded CIO Magazine’s TOP 50 Web Awards for building a leading edge Corporate Portal to leverage internal knowledge assets, He is often quoted in industry publications on the topics including Business Models, Knowledge Management & PKM, Innovation, Mobility and the application of technology for competitive advantage. Joe is also coauthor with the Gantry Group on a wireless research paper entitled “Searching for Wireless Signals”, best practices and return on investment for mobility projects and most recently coauthor of a HIMSS white paper “Constructing IT Support for Personalized Medicine”, in addition Joe was featured in the Economist white paper entitled Designing Effective Collaborations. Joe is Guest lecturer at Boston University School of Management and featured in a recent book by James Dickie for his contributions and thinking on new growth strategies in a down economy entitled Changing How the Game is played.


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