Adjunct Research Advisor
As a member of IDC's Research Network, Fred Magee brings 25-plus years of experience as an industry-recognized expert on organization and strategic planning to provide actionable advice to business and technology executives on a wide range of issues that impact the outcome of enterprise I.T. investments.
As a contributor to IDC’s CIO Agenda research, Mr. Magee is helping to develop a new focus for CIO-based research – one that identifies the critical factors affecting investment decisions, from their initial formulation to their outcome as deployed business systems.
Prior to his work with IDC, Mr. Magee was the President of Equal 5 Ltd., a consulting firm that helped clients develop Transition Strategies - whole-business plans to anticipate and manage the disruptive impact of strategic transitions like mergers, rapid growth or the introduction of applications that fundamentally change business performance.
Before Equal 5, Mr. Magee was a Vice President and Research Team Leader for the Management of Technology (MOT) group at Gartner. It was in the early 1990s that he developed a new model for organization called the Role-Based Organization. The model, still widely used today, helps executives understand how to get maximum benefit from their resources and adapt to changing business conditions.
Mr. Magee has a wide range of industry experience including financial services, media, and energy as well as federal and state government. He holds a B.A. in English from the City University of New York.
IT Strategy and Innovation: Leadership in 3D —
Beyond Two-Dimensional IT Thinking
Jun 2015 - Doc # 256593 Industry Development and Models
This IDC study explores how IT leaders can rethink their roles in three dimensions::purchase document
IDC MaturityScape Benchmark: Leadership
Digital Transformation in the United States
Marc Strohlein, Fred Magee, Geoffrey Ryder
Jun 2015 - Doc # 256394 IDC MaturityScape Benchmark
This IDC study is designed for IT and business leaders and functional leaders as well as their teams who are responsible for the creation and delivery of business capabilities. This study presents the results of IDC's 2015 Leadership ...purchase document
|Strategy and Innovation Leadership: Benchmarks for Success|
|Framingham, MA United States|
|January 28, 2015|