Martin Stoddart has spent the last twenty years deep in the bowels of corporate America. During this time he has variously worked at IBM, HP and Microsoft, in addition to a prolonged stint in management consulting.
It was during a particularly grueling marine toilet re-engineering project that he first discovered his desire to improve corporate performance. Unblocking enterprise management processes and releasing managerial creativity became his driving force.
In 2000 Martin formed the DayNovo Consulting Group. From its world headquarters in Stoke Poges, England, DayNovo has blossomed into one of the foremost idea generation and cultivation boutiques. It has worked with countless small and medium sized businesses, together with at least one Belgian Fortune 500 company.
Now, with a wealth of client experience (both uplifting and shockingly disturbing), Martin has decided to share some of his insights with a broader audience.
Martin spends his time between Poke Stoges, Borfolk and Seattle, WA.