Michael.Rosenbaum

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Michael Rosenbaum is founder and executive chairman of Catalyte, a recognized leader in onshore agile application services working with clients onsite or from development centers in Baltimore, Md. and Portland, Ore., and CEO of Arena.

Prior to starting Catalyte, Mike received an Irving R. Kaufman Fellowship to build the first version of what is now the company’s analytics engine for talent selection and team assembly. Prior to that, he was a John M. Olin Fellow at Harvard University where he researched, wrote and taught on economics and law. Michael is also the CEO of Pegged Software.

Michael is a frequent national speaker and contributor, sharing insights and advice on IT strategies and practices as they relate to application development, innovation, bi-modal sourcing, Agile, big data, onshoring and domestic sourcing. He has a JD from Harvard Law School, an MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a BA from Harvard College.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Michael Rosenbaum and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Articles by Michael.Rosenbaum

H-1Bs were never the answer
Sourcing for Innovation

H-1Bs were never the answer

Nontraditional sourcing and talent discovery, not H-1B visas, are the answers to solving the tech talent shortage
June 7, 2017
Impact of colocation on software development
Sourcing for Innovation

Impact of colocation on software development

Colocation of software teams is a prerequisite for digital transformation and creating the innovative products that drive better business and software outcomes.
May 11, 2017
Show innovation some love
Sourcing for Innovation

Show innovation some love

In an uncertain economic environment, enterprises should resist retrenchment and continue to embrace innovation and nimbleness
February 9, 2017
UX and UI: What’s ketchup got to do with it?
Sourcing for Innovation

UX and UI: What’s ketchup got to do with it?

Is the difference between UX and UI a secret language that we'll never understand? I spoke with a UX designer to learn more about the differences between the two and how they relate to businesses
March 7, 2016
Is your business a digital enterprise?
Sourcing for Innovation

Is your business a digital enterprise?

Creating a digital enterprise that uses technology to accelerate and transform business models is critical
November 5, 2015
How to fix the tech talent shortage
Sourcing for Innovation

How to fix the tech talent shortage

There is a frightening shortage of IT skills in the United States today. Why is the shortage of skilled developers so threatening? Because failure to capitalize on digital trends and transform can result in lost competitive advantage, lost revenue and lost productivity
August 12, 2015
Sourcing for Innovation

New software development success metrics

As project delivery models evolve to be more iterative and agile, success metrics of cost, scope and deadline lose their relevance. This is particularly true for the most significant and strategic efforts that involve customer-facing, enterprise-evolving or product development needs.
April 7, 2015
How CIOs can earn back credibility
Sourcing for Innovation

How CIOs can earn back credibility

Business counterparts are questioning the CIO's role, purpose and credibility. Here's what CIOs must do to build their personal and departmental credibility and help advance greater company business and strategic goals
February 12, 2015