John Warren

Garden City, ID, United States

About John

Bio

John Warren is vice president of strategic business solutions for IPS Learning and director of the IPS Center of Excellence for Strategy Execution. He co-developed the Stanford Advanced Project Management courses The Strategic PMO: Projects to Enterprise, Financial Mastery for Projects, Leading Change from the Mi Executing Complex Programs. A 30-year veteran of program and project management, he has expertise in overall consulting engagement management, product design, strategic planning, and strategic team facilitation. In recent consulting engagements, John designed and facilitated strategic planning and strategy mapping at the Library of Congress and led a complex IT integration workshop for Barclays in London. He has helped Hewlett-Packard (HP) establish and support a global, multifunctional program management office and has coached senior managers at Capital One on a complex and mission-critical program. Recent clients include Google, L3 Communications, Yunnan Tin Co, Anadarko Petroleum, Marvell Semiconductor, Santa Clara County Executive Team, Barclays, Kaiser Permanente, Xilinx, and Box.net.

John has an MBA in strategic planning from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, a master of forestry in land-use planning degree from North Carolina State University, and a BS in biology and pre-medical sciences from Davidson College in North Carolina.

Areas of Expertise

Strategy Execution & Planning

I'm passionate about

Providing world class consulting and strategic facilitation to enable organizations to effectively execute their strategies in challenging times.

Comments & conversations

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John Warren
Posted over 4 years ago
Has a TED Talk ever influenced you? How?
You have recently experienced a major loss in your life yet you will bring so much optimism and hope to all of through the TED venues and sharing of ideas. I continually find that sharing various TED talks in my classes and workshops provides the kind of perspective that all of need to have now and in the future. Often it is not one talk but the threads through many talks that weave differently for each of us. My tapestry will be different that yours but yet common elements and threads. Thanks for providing a platform from which we can weave our tapestries.