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Joey Fitts
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  • Redmond, WA
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Finance, Marketing Databases, Operations Research, SAS, Web Analytics
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Joey Fitts has spent his personal and professional life bridging the gap between people, information and performance. His passionate insights and unwavering drive have guided the information and performance development efforts of many of the world’s leading organizations.

Fitts is recognized as an authority on business intelligence, performance management, and strategy execution. A frequent international speaker, Fitts has presented in over 20 countries and been featured in newspaper, radio and magazine media across North America, Europe and Asia.

Joey Fitts is co-author of the best-selling book, Drive Business Performance: Enabling a Culture of Intelligent Execution. Among the rave reviews are analytics guru Tom Davenport’s testimony, "If you want to understand, explain, and predict your company's performance, buy and read this book." Microsoft CFO Chris Liddell says, “Providing everyone in the organization with a clear understanding of how day-to-day decision making and tactical execution relate to organizational success is critical to running a high performing business. Drive Business Performance provides specific and easy-to-follow guidance to deliver results. A must read for any organization seeking to win.”

Drs. Kaplan & Norton, of Balanced Scorecard fame, praise Fitts for moving "the field of performance management forward in important new directions." Business Finance Magazine cites Fitts as a “recognized authority on business intelligence and performance management.”

Fitts has consulted over 25 of the Fortune 500, guest lectured Harvard Executive Education programs and the Stanford Executive Briefings, been featured in the SuccessFactors Research Thought Leader Network, raised over $16M in venture capital, and served on the Board of Advisors for InterVivos and the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). Fitts serves on the Board of Advisors of the Execution Premium Community (XPC), the world’s largest strategy execution community, sponsored by Harvard Business Publishing. He is also featured as a Global Thought Leader on the site, leading the Strategy 2.0 series.

Joey Fitts is Microsoft Corporation’s Enterprise Partner Global Lead for the Information Worker group.
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Strategy Leaders Roundtable

Posted on November 21, 2009 at 2:33am 0 Comments

At the 2009 Americas Summit in San Francisco, I had the distinct pleasure of joining Drs. Kaplan and Norton on the Strategy Leaders Roundtable to close out the conference.

See the full video on the Execution Premium Community, where the conversation continues...…


Reducing crime in Cinci through unique police + researcher collaboration

Posted on September 20, 2009 at 12:32pm 0 Comments

Police collab w/ researchers to reduce crime in Cinci. Culture critical: Police must be open to it, researchers need personal skills

Featured in news from Microsoft today - "Authors say: Create a Culture of Performance"

Posted on September 3, 2009 at 11:20pm 0 Comments

Featured in news from Microsoft today - "Authors say: Create a Culture of Performance"

Interviewed by Infosys on "Predictive Analytics: What Makes Enterprises More Competitive?"

Posted on August 13, 2009 at 9:37pm 0 Comments

Interviewed by Infosys for the Industry Speak section of their Technology Roundtable. Topic is "Predictive Analytics: What Makes Enterprises More Competitive?"

Shared a number of real world examples. Read it here & share your thoughts:


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There's No "One Version of the Truth" in Educating Ourselves

Posted on July 23, 2009 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

There's No "One Version of the Truth" in Educating Ourselves

Thanks to Gary Cokins for the honorable mention in his recent blog post. Gary discusses an article by Craig Schiff entitled "An Incomplete Education: How Not to Get Your Team Up To Speed on Business Performance Management".

Craig's piece made… Continue

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