I’m Bret Carmichael. I work in information technology, at a Fortune 100 Company. As a change agent, I help to transform organizational culture and software delivery practices. I love learning.
In this blog, I write about technology and data privacy. I advocate responsible practices for casual technology users to protect themselves online. I also write about organizational culture. I believe that, empowered employees are critical to a company’s success and longevity; made possible through meaningful, personal connections and trust.
The ability for companies to inspect, adapt, and adjust is imperative in today’s economy. I lead initiatives that transform organizational culture and practices.
I facilitate Design Thinking workshops that enable innovation for teams large and small. Using tools like brainstorming, prototyping, and rapid experimentation, I help teams create products that find the center of desirability, viability, and feasibility.
I also help teams solve problems with Lean tools, like Value Stream Mapping and Root Cause Problem Solving.
A brand is a feeling. Brand loyalty is achieved by creating positive feelings about a brand.
I apply human centered design practices to help businesses create their identities. This includes voice, imagery and iconography, colors, typography, and websites.
Serving local government is a great way to give back to the community. I donate some of my time to the City of Dover, New Hampshire.
Opinions expressed on this site are my own, and do not represent those of my employer, nor any person or entity with whom I do business.
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