Michael McKenna - HaddonHill International
Technology and Business Globalisation Strategist
Haddon Hill International http://www.haddonhill.com
Michael McKenna - Haddon Hill International
Michael McKenna has been a specialist in the field of globalization of applications and client/server environments for over ten years. In addition, he is a licensed professional engineer and has a background in global e-commerce, application design, database internals, distributed bibliographic systems, test engineering, and ethnographic research.
Michael is a consultant through Haddon Hill International, where he has helped with international technology and process strategies for companies such as Xerox, Clarify, Nortel Networks, 3M and others.
Michael recently finished an assignment at Commerce One where he had three primary responsibilities: oversight of corporate global business strategies, streamlining and enhancing the localisation process, and technical and business product management of global e-Commerce products and services. Previous to Commerce One, he was a Globalization Strategist at Sybase, Inc. He founded the Sybase Global Products Group, which was responsible for the internationalisation architecture of all enterprise information management software that Sybase markets.
Michael has been active in standards activities, speaks regularly at conferences and seminars around the world, and has produced curriculum and taught classes on software engineering for the University of California.
He is a co-founder of the Globalisation Management Strategies Group and is the Programme Chair of the Global Management Strategies Conference.
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