I'm Michael Krigsman, founder of consulting and research firm Asuret. My primary areas of interest are IT success, social business transformation, and related CIO issues.
In addition to consulting, I often help enterprise vendors with marketing messages and positioning on technology products.
Expert Strategist and Consultant
In the last few years, I have worked with great organizations such as SAP, NetSuite, Appirio, Enterasys Networks, Savannah College of Art and Design, Liberty Financial Group, Focus.com, Dell, Microsoft, Seeburger Business Integration, Adobe, Mead Johnson Nutrition, Diamond Consulting, Seton Hill University, Moxie Software, FinancialForce.com, harmon.ie, and IDC. Previously, as CEO of Cambridge Publications, I oversaw projects for over one hundred major corporations and venture-funded startups.
As the columnist for ZDNet's Beyond IT Failures blog, I have written 1,000 pieces on enterprise software, cloud, CRM, ERP and alignment between IT and lines of business. I have created thought leadership reports for major analyst firm, IDC, on project portfolio management, CRM, social business, and cloud computing. My work has been mentioned about 700 times in newspapers, television, trade publications, presentations, academic dissertations, important blogs, and other media. I have been quoted in almost 20 books and write about social business and CIO issues for the Wall Street Journal.
I am also a photographer with photos published by organizations such as the Wall Street Journal, Inc. Magazine, MIT, CNET News, the National Park Service, and others.
I often put together panel discussions, presentations, and videos on enterprise technology and business topics, and have spoken to groups at Harvard University, Babson College, University College London, Boston University, and Suffolk University.
I write and consult on the organizational dimensions of enterprise technology. Aside from the ZDNet blog and contributing to the Wall Street Journal, my research and consulting is focused in three areas:
- CIO innovation and transformation
- Research and consulting
- Software development