Leaders Move Others Forward

February 15, 2017 Maya El Dayeh

Bill Gates once said, “As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others.” In everything we do at Credera, we seek to empower our clients and our teammates. Being at Credera has opened up opportunities for me to lead. For example, I am responsible for the Integration and Data […]

The Brilliance Is in the Recovery: On Servant Leadership and Encouragement

February 9, 2017 Michael Gyarmathy

This month’s theme in our Life at Credera series is leadership. As a second-year consultant at Credera, I have had opportunities to both lead and be led by others. In the role of leader, I am learning that I am most effective to my team when I am focused on serving them and setting them up […]

Leadership at Credera: Serving and Sharpening One Another

February 8, 2017 Justin Bell

  Leadership is one of the most written and talked about topics of our day. Leadership style and impact vary widely. However, most of us recognize that governments, businesses and families rise and fall based on the quality of their leadership. In this edition of Life at Credera, we’ll unpack seven behaviors we look for in […]

Leadership Matters: Insights From the Global Leadership Summit

October 4, 2016 Vinny LaPenna

I recently attended the Global Leadership Summit and was blown away by the amazing insights I gained. Bill Hybels, who is the founding father of the conference, shared some wonderful lessons in his opening talk. The following are some of the highlights, as well as how I plan on implementing these lessons to become a […]

7 Keys to Unlock and Lead Innovation Strategy

September 21, 2016 Scott Covington

  Download the full white paper here: Abstract: Innovation flourishes in organizations that embrace all of the following elements in the context of a strategic purpose: 1. Coordinate enterprise-wide leadership and governance of innovation. 2. Develop a shared definition of innovation. 3. Foster a culture of innovation. 4. Manage the innovation portfolio like a venture capitalist. […]

Credera’s Cody Case Delivers: On and Off the Track

September 8, 2016 Andrew Warden

I caught up with Cody Case recently to talk through his passions inside and outside of work and to get his thoughts on how he has grown in his five years with Credera. Who are some of the clients you’ve worked with? Some clients I’ve worked with at Credera are National Geographic, C Spire, Backcountry.com, […]

Credera’s Bryan Plantes on Workplace Culture, Leadership & Rocking Chairs

April 11, 2016 Andrew Warden

Last week I had the chance to catch up with Bryan Plantes, one of Credera’s senior managers in the Analytics and Business Intelligence practice. Bryan and I first met when he interviewed with Credera, and we’ve had a chance to work on several projects through the five and a half years he’s been part of […]

Fireside Chats – A Key Element of Employee Communication & Engagement

January 13, 2016 Justin Bell

The term Fireside Chat is often used to describe a series of radio addresses given by Franklin D. Roosevelt in the 1930s and 1940s.  These chats were historically noteworthy because they represented the first time in history that the President communicated directly with a large number of citizens.  Roosevelt was able to talk the American […]

Serving Clients and Climbing Mountains

January 12, 2016 Emma Clark

At Credera, we help our clients face their toughest challenges. You might hear us liken our services to the metaphor of climbing a mountain: serving clients during a steep business incline or trough and helping them reach peak after peak. This summer the tables were turned and I found myself as the client facing my […]

The Need for Speed – Attributes Found in High Performing Technology Organizations

January 6, 2016 Justin Bell

In the movie Top Gun, Maverick and Goose have the famous line “I feel the need… the need for speed”. Many CIOs might express a similar sentiment, but with some added qualifiers.  Something like: “I feel the need… the need for speed… and high quality… and cost efficiency… and innovation”. For most, it is quite a challenge. […]