CHERYL CURRID

THIS SPEAKER'S SET FEE PLACES HIM/HER WITHIN THE RANGE OF:

$7,501 to $15,000
 
TRAVELS FROM: Texas

VIDEOS:

SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS

  • Understanding How to Compete in Nanoseconds
  • The Challenge of Change
  • Commitment to Change
  • Welcoming New Ways to Get the Job Done
  • Alignment: Making Technology Work for Your Organization

Categories

Communications | Corporate Culture | Future | Management | Stress Management | Technology

Biography

As one of America's most respected computer industry analysts, Cheryl Currid offers a rare blend of business and technical insight. Named as one of the most influential industry personalities and the winner of a prestigious Computer Press Association award for expert opinion, she is known for making correct calls on information technology.

Ms. Cheryl Currid lectures internationally, serves as a keynote speaker, and conducts seminars on how to leverage information technology. She writes columns that appear in trade magazines, newspapers, and electronic newsletters. Cheryl Currid is also featured on a weekly TV series discussing new technology for consumers. Her wit, knowledge of high tech, and professional business experience allows her to crystallize the impact of technology on business, professional, and personal life.

Cheryl Currid's correct calls on the growth of information technology and e-business were perfectly timed for major market turns. She accurately predicted the rise of network computing and business use of the Internet along with dynamic trends in e-living and home computing. As a trend forecaster, Cheryl Currid's track record is nearly flawless.

With more than a dozen books, and over 1,000 magazine and journal articles, Cheryl Currid writes regular columns appearing in the Houston Chronicle and Network World's Technology Executive Newsletter. Her book, Cheryl Currid's Guide to Business Technology and Computing Strategies for Reengineering Your Organization, received rave reviews for insightful vision and useful tips. She has also contributed her opinions on computer industry trends to PC Week, InfoWorld, Network Computing, LAN Times, Windows Magazine, and other industry periodicals. Her opinions have also been cited by the business media: CNN, the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Reuters, Associated Press, Investors Business Daily, Forbes, Fortune, ABC, NBC, CNBC, and PBS.

Cheryl Currid's research organization, Currid & Company, works with new technology concepts before products are introduced. Her experience crosses a wide variety of industries and includes technologies from data mining to wearable computing. Her firm also frequently develops the educational content for major industry conferences, seminars, symposiums and events.

Prior to founding Currid & Company in 1991, Cheryl Currid directed efforts applying new information technology at a division of The Coca-Cola Company. She pioneered a connected technology platform that served to connect the company's people as well as their computers. Her systems design applications were featured in a Smithsonian tribute to innovation in information technology. Within the company, her concepts were accepted as a prototype for a worldwide network.

Cheryl Currid's unique approach to business technology and success satisfying computer users has been well publicized. Her systems ideas have been implemented by thousands of organizations worldwide.

BOOKS    Search For A Book

  • Electronic Invasion: Brave New World of Business Communications
  • Novell's Introduction to Networking, The Reengineering Toolkit: 15 Tools and Technologies for Reengineering Your Organization
  • Cheryl Currid's Guide to Business Technology
  • Make Your Point!
  • Computing Strategies for Reengineering Your Organization

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