Dorianne Cotter-Lockard, MBA
Adjunct Lecturer - MBA
Dorianne Cotter-Lockard brings over 25 years of IT strategy and management experience, as a leader and delivery-oriented executive with a proven track record in organizational management, business process transformation and implementation of large scale technology initiatives. She has focused on leadership of large IT organizations through defining vision and strategy, leading change, instituting best practices and developing technology leaders.
Dorianne works internationally with Fortune 500 companies to help businesses evolve into “Next Generation Enterprises,” through operating model and workforce transformation, business-IT value alignment, and enterprise architecture strategy.
In particular, Dorianne specializes in:
Helping Fortune 500 companies “Run IT Like a Business” through best practices in financial, human capital and operational management, and strategic use of technology.
Assisting executives to design and implement operating models based on business capabilities and strategies to create greater agility and innovation across the enterprise.
Helping companies define global talent sourcing strategies, management approaches and governance models, in order to create a Next Generation Enterprise
Working with senior IT executives to implement a well-defined and managed strategic planning process that aligns with business strategy and planning processes
Assisting clients to define evolutionary systems architecture strategies that decouple signature capabilities from legacy systems and tie architecture to technology governance processes
Working with executives to develop and implement workforce transformation strategies and best-in-class processes, including comprehensive competency models, training programs, rewards, and career development programs that tie to business strategies
Working with executives to implement comprehensive core values, culture management, communication, and recognition programs
Fielding Graduate University; Santa Barbara, CA; currently in PhD program – Human and Organizational Development
New York University Stern School of Business; New York, NY; MBA, Finance, 1989
Yale University School of Music and Art; New Haven, CT; Graduate Fellowship, 1980
Mannes College of Music; New York, NY; Graduate Fellowship String Quartet, 1979
Eastman School of Music; Rochester, NY; Bachelor of Music; 1978