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Sarah Kellogg

Principal Consultant
  sarah.kellogg@atginfo.com
   Missoula, MT
   Sarah's LinkedIn profile

To succeed in the next normal requires prioritizing smart action at the edges of the organization even over centralized economies of scale. It will also mean building the capacity to move rapidly and iteratively between the strategic and the tactical. It is the organizations that can adopt agile approaches to not only technology but also commercial strategy that will find themselves on the path to long-term success.”


- Sarah Kellogg

Experience

Sarah has spent the last decade working at the nexus of people and technology, with a particular focus on defining business cases for, and building organizational momentum around, enterprise digital transformation initiatives. She is passionate about helping organizations leverage technology to both deliver measurable business outcomes and create positive human impact. Today, she applies that expertise helping clients plan for, and drive alignment around, improving, or transforming how they execute their monetization strategies.

Career Highlights

  • Leader and member of teams responsible for developing and executing the digital transformation strategy for the world's largest professional services firm, including creating and evangelizing business cases for new offerings, delivery models, and applied experiments with emerging technologies
  • Performed assessments, often including primary customer and user research, to inform short and long-range strategic planning for enterprises spanning multiple verticals, including healthcare and life sciences, financial services, and consumer packaged goods
  • Awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to assess and address gaps in water technology transfer from Israel to China

Viewpoint

"In an operating environment that is only becoming more dynamic and complex, no organization is immune from the need to continuously interrogate what success looks like and how they will achieve it. The good news is that organizations have never been able to deploy new technological capabilities more rapidly or cost-effectively. But too often, organizations are not equipped to make decisions at the pace at which their environment is evolving.

"To succeed in the next normal requires prioritizing smart action at the edges of the organization even over centralized economies of scale. It will also mean building the capacity to move rapidly and iteratively between the strategic and the tactical. It is the organizations that can adopt agile approaches to not only technology but also a commercial strategy that will find themselves on the path to long-term success."

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