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Lafayette Howell

Lafayette Howell

Digital Transformation Partner

Execution Architects Inc.

Houston, Texas Area, us

Lafayette is a Digital Transformation Partner at Execution Architects Inc., where he focuses on unpacking the broad organizational conflicts, people alignment, and cultural incongruence that erodes or prevents organizations from realizing the full potential of their cyber and digital investments. For 20 years, Lafayette’s val...





Execution Architects Inc.

Digital Transformation Partner

Execution Architects is an independent management consultancy to help address the increasing capability gaps that drive business performance and value realization of digital and cyber investments. My role is business development, delivery of client success and ownership for achieving relevant outcomes. Recent and current work has involved the following:

• Facilitate Design Sprints developed by Google Ventures
• IT Roadmap Development
• Customer Journey Mapping
• Program Manage Windows Migration
• Devise Stakeholder Engagement Plans and Supporting Tactics
• Design High-Impact Executive Dashboards
• Create Digital Transformation Strategy
• Co-Creating Organizational Change Management Tactics to Increase Adoption
• Cross-Functional Collaboration to Develop Target Operating Model
• Initiate and Develop Cross-Functional Business and IT Relationships
• Continuous Application of Design Thinking Methods and Tools
• Coach IT Executives on Story Telling Techniques and Prepare Stories for Clients

Current and detailed client work examples leading transformational cyber and digital work is discussed at appropriate time.

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