An ethical optimist with a smile, blogger, intra- and entrepreneur, investor, coach & volunteer. A program manager (CPO), consultant & intermediary for progression, innovation and realization. Closing the gaps between expertise and professional specific branch knowledge, implementation partner with highly developed problem solving skills. Specialized in strategic and tactical innovation with 20+ years of experience in the field. Working at the cutting edge of science (technology, biochemistry, pharmacy), innovation, business consulting, business development, HR and performance management. A passionate strategic and tactical advisor with a track record in social innovation, innovation management, R&D, corporate technology collaboration, operations, process, delivery & change management.
…. just an ethical optimist with a smile
Focus on the business, rationalization, budgetary restrictions and performance. Short- and longterm. Well-grounded in managing customer experience and adjusting or reshaping departments and organizations. As business & management consultant he worked global for governments, non-profits, multinationals, small and medium enterprises and startups. He has completed assignments for, among others: BT, Ahold, Apple, Cern, Dell, Fedex, Deutsche Telecom, Heineken, DHL, Hutchison Telecoms, NTT DoCoMo, KPN, DNB/ECB, Nissan, UMC St. Radboud, Sony, Libertel/Vodafone, Diverse OEM’s, O2, Orange, Virgin, Vodafone Group, Delhaize, and various ministries, authorities, agencies and municipal bodies. For more details, please visit Mark’s LinkedIn profile.
He developed a variety of solutions and innovative business models, process models, apps, new media & mobile payment solutions, medical solutions, loyalty products & technology platforms. Local & Global.
A kayak/canoeist, a sailor, dutch, buddhist, self-made, traveler by nature, human, a very proud dad, a good friend and solid partner, smiling & always positive surprising.
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“The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it’s the illusion of knowledge.”