Hi, I'm Dylan Cornelius. I help you Plan your Purpose. Plot your Path. Perform and Produce.
Dylan Cornelius's Bio:
Dylan leads innovation.
In parallel with a career in Fortune 500 change leadership, Dylan overcame middle age obesity to turn his health around, then became a triathlete and award-winning age-group runner.
After that life-changing journey, he consolidated his career and personal experience to create the 9 P's of Transformation, a simple framework anyone can use to create lasting change in their life or business.
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He relishes and creates opportunities to have fun, enjoy fantastic relationships, and make a positive difference where it wasn't going to be made otherwise.
Dylan is inspired by hope, possibility, big ideas, decisive action, breakthrough performance, and the opportunity to cause something that was never going to happen otherwise. Dylan is a change agent, servant leader, program manager, and recoverer of troubled processes and projects.
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Dylan Cornelius's Experience:
Enterprise Project Manager at KasasaMay 2017 - December 2017 | Austin, TX
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Austin Engineering Program Manager at Dun & BradstreetFebruary 2008 - May 2016
Member Global Development Operations (DevOps) team. Global Change Ambassador. Leads strategic change in the Austin Technology Center and the company at large. Austin Business Information Security Officer. Release management transformation delivered 2+ years 100% uptime in our 24x7 web application. I have routinely eliminated costs and risks valued in multiples of my annual salary and mitigated customer concerns blocking $millions of annual revenue. IT business operations management including financial, purchasing, and application management. Global Security Policy, PCI-DSS, and SOX compliance. Successful banking security audit response.
Principal Project Manager at Oracle CorporationApril 2004 - January 2008
Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) and software customization project management and troubled project recovery for mid-size and large retailers including Best Buy, CVS, Pep Boys, and Circuit City. POS, Back Office, Central Office, Pricing, Store Inventory, and Workforce Management (WFM) applications. Worked with teams from system integrators including IBM and Accenture.
Project Manager at Ross StoresJune 2001 - October 2003
Oracle Retail Warehouse Management System implementations. Worked with system integration team from Deloitte Consulting. Project Management, UAT management, and post-deployment operational training and support.
Project Manager at eBusiness DesignSeptember 2000 - January 2001
Managed work plans, use cases, and software requirements for web-enabled service management software supporting telecommunications provisioning, field services, workforce management, and timekeeping functions.
Marketing Communications Project Coordinator at Applied MaterialsSeptember 1999 - August 2000
Managed the production of a multi-media CD-ROM marketing device, and supported the production of an internet-enabled spare parts inventory management website. Supported the launch of two productized service offerings. Created and distributed marketing collateral, presentations, and awards.
Recruiter at Analysts International Corporation (AIC)1996 - 1999
Recruited technology staff members in Silicon Valley for IBM, HP, Hitachi Data Systems, and other software and hardware innovators.
Dylan Cornelius's Education:
Landmark Education2010 – 2018Concentration: Phenomenology
Santa Clara University1997 – 2000MBAConcentration: Finance, MIS, Technology and Innovation
UC Berkeley1987 – 1993BAConcentration: Psychology
Dylan Cornelius's Interests & Activities:
Large scale change leadership, Running, Tandem Cycling, Triathlon, Service, Coaching, Genealogy, proud member of Texas Beef athlete team, Rogue Running, InsideTracker triathlete, Texas Capital Area Tandem Society, Roadkill cycling, and the crazyinlove.us tandem team.