About Me

I am a leader with over 15 years of experience in various areas of IT including business analysis, architecture, project management, application development, and vendor management.  My experience has shown me that hard-work at the start of an effort will increase the likelihood of successful results at the end.  Because of this belief, I am a believer in quality business analysis, vendor management, and project management.

For the past 10 years, I have been leading teams in IT organizations. I am thrilled to be a part of delivering strong solutions to support business growth, while working side-by-side with great team members. I take my role of a leader very seriously – which is one of the reasons I have built this blog. I enjoy sharing my experiences as I hope that they will inspire other leaders to try new methods to help their teams and organizations succeed. My way is not the right way – merely a way that anyone should be able to assess, adjust, or ignore.

I believe the underlying skills for success in any role are communication, management, coaching – which I truly believe are 3 underlying skills that can make or break a person – both personally & professionally.  I use these skills daily whether at work, at school or at home.  I may be the only mom who has built a development plan for her kids!  Laugh if you want but it is a great communication tool between the kids, the parents, and the teachers!

Regardless of title, I believe we are all in a position to be leaders every day.  I enjoy coaching others to help them find their passions to lead them towards a more successful career and life.

You can check out my LinkedIn profile  to view a list of my experiences and professional associations.

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6 Comments Add your own

  • 1. nothingbutwolves  |  May 2, 2010 at 4:59 pm

    Jenni….I just stumbled upon your blog thanks to the tag surfer feature at WordPress, and I must say, I’m glad I did! I really like your posts and look forward to reading more of them. If you get the chance, you might want to visit my blog. It appears that you and I share the same interest in Leadership and Project Management, and you may find my pages and posts interesting. I’m always interested in hearing other points of view, so let me know what you think.

    Warmest regards….john

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  • 2. jennidoyle  |  May 2, 2010 at 7:09 pm

    Thanks John! I have a passion for positive management methods & leadership development. I will definitely check-out your blog — looking forward to picking up some tips!

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  • 3. Julian Sammy  |  July 23, 2010 at 1:29 pm

    Hi, Jenni. I just found your blog via a #baot tweet of yours. I like! Do you have an RSS feed I can use to subscribe to your blog?

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    • 4. jennidoyle  |  July 23, 2010 at 7:42 pm

      Julian,
      I did not but I do now! I added the link to my home page for you to add to your reader. Glad you stumbled upon my site – I can’t wait to dig into your site more as it looks fascinating at my first glance!

      Jenni

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  • 5. Yaaqub Mohamed(Yamo)  |  April 6, 2011 at 11:13 am

    Hey Jenni! stumbled upon your blog thru twitter! Its great to see a fellow BA blogger spreading the good word, and good work! 🙂 It is absolutely true that every day presents an opportunity to use and develop our leadership skills. I also second your thought on initial hardwork, have seen and experienced it time and again!

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    • 6. jennidoyle  |  April 7, 2011 at 7:37 pm

      Yaaqub – I’m glad that you found my blog! I have had great luck in building some great relationships with other BAs through Twitter & my blog. I hope that you will share ideas with other readers here!

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