Thought Leader Life 056: Guest Michael Grove
Our guest and co-host for the month of January is Kelley Steven-Waiss (@ExtremeKelley).
Kelley Steven-Waiss serves as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Human Resources where she is responsible for the Company’s global human capital strategies. Kelley oversees every aspect of Extreme Networks’ talent management strategy, including all global staffing, compensation, employee communications, talent development, and business partnering. She excels in aligning people and resources to effectively execute the business strategy. Kelley has 20 years of executive management experience in human resources, change management, and corporate communications. She excels in aligning people and resources to meet business goals in addition to staff development and recruiting. Kelley comes to Extreme Networks from Integrated Device Technology (IDT) where she served as Vice President of Worldwide Human Resources. Prior to IDT, Kelley was Vice President, Worldwide Human Resources for PMC-Sierra. She has also held executive management and consulting positions in large global consulting firms, public software and retail companies. Kelley earned her MA in human resources and organizational development from the University of San Francisco and a BA in journalism from the University of Arizona.
Our guest on 17 January was Michael Grove (@collabworks).
Michael Grove is the Founder and CEO of CollabWorks, a software and professional services company. After many interviews and workshops CollabWorks has developed a revolutionary process called Worker-as-a-Service™ (WaaS). The process empowers employees to improve both the work and their talent to their mutual benefit. Michael leads a thought leadership community committed to improving work, worker, and workplace.
Michael has been a CEO for 25 years and has deep functional experience in sales, marketing, engineering, and program management in a broad range of businesses including – aerospace, renewable energy, M&A, semiconductor, systems management, social networking, and productivity tools. He is an expert in blending on demand contingent workers to optimize employee talent.
His earlier funded ventures include: Open Country, a leader of remote systems management; Introplus, a social matching-engine company; and MicroModule Systems, a semiconductor packaging company. Prior to founding these companies, Michael was a Director of New Ventures at Lockheed-Martin. He has published numerous papers, received several patents, and coached a variety of startup companies.
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