When I started my career as an information professional, Ram, my mentor and supervisor, advised me to focus on working smart, instead of working hard – a concept in which I strongly believe.
Prior to my graduate work, my career was based on Information Technology (IT). I began my career as a programmer and soon after, I found my call in system analysis and design and I pursued in the direction of system architecture. I was involved in progressive stages of various information projects - ranging from team member to project manager.
My professional practice enhanced my knowledge in two main streams:
- First, as an systems architect I gained expertise on delivering information solutions fulfilling diverse client requirements
- Second, as a team leader/manager I fostered effective Learning Cultures rooted within knowledge-based system & procedures.
At present, I am investing my expertise in "managing knowledge during the learning and development process through strategic protocols".
- Education technology & learning systems (eLearning, task apprenticeship, mutual learning)
- Knowledge management (knowledge portals, K-platforms, CoP)
- Information architecture (systems analysis, design, implementation, support)
- People management (collaboration, storytelling, talent management, professional development)
- Client management (stakeholder interactions, workflow & resource management)
- Project management life cycle & System development life cycle
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