For 20 years Dr. Angel has consistently achieved clear, specific, and
verifiable business benefits from his work as a senior manager and
technical leader. He
combines in depth knowledge across the full range of technology with
significant organizational development and process management knowledge.
He is a published author focusing on project management and high
achieving groups. His work has brought him into close interaction
support of senior executives in both the public and private sectors.
B.S. Physics, University
of Santa Clara, 1967
M.S., University of Arizona, 1969,
National Science Foundation Fellowship
Ph.D. Computer Science and Business Administration, Walden University,
442 Hours of Project Management and Organization Process Related
strategic plan to expand the Professional Services Operation for
Indus Corporation to the West Coast. Then, as Director of West
Coast Operations, I led the business from a zero base to
$4.6M in 18 months.
Developed the strategic plan to significantly improve automation
support for the International Healthcare Resource Management
practice in 37 countries. This required developing extensive
automation and healthcare performance metrics, complex analytics,
data warehouse, decision support, and localizing automation systems
to17 Languages. Implementation of the plan reduced total operating
costs, provided significant increased client services, and new
principle participant in developing a strategic plan for an
Enterprise Level Decision Support System for the Advanced Farming
Consortium. I then led the implementation of the plan. The effort
was directed to reversing market share loss, focusing R&D on well
defined new product development with quantified business value, and
opening opportunities for significant new markets.
upon to rescue a major Science Applications International account.
Led Y2K effort and strategic planning for implementing
Eurodollar for British Petroleum, European Operations (14
countries). Reduced project cost from $100M+ to $24M.
Translated a high level strategic plan to revamp maintenance
procedures, hardware, and software for two US Air Force fighters as
part of a global restructuring of aircraft logistics support.
Required extensive IT governance and practice changes. Increased
mission readiness by 4% and reduced costs by 9%.
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