Dallas, TX USA
Aug. 13, 2012 to Aug. 17, 2012
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/Agile.2012.12
In December of 2008, at the height of the financial crisis when the bottom-line was more important than ever and pressures at their highest, I took an opportunity at NYSE Technologies, a young division with the New York Stock Exchange. The Exchange was becoming less of a financial company and more of a technology firm that provides premiere products and services to players within the financial industry. This division is client-facing with the ambitious goal of being a several billion dollar business within five-to-ten years. In order to be successful I had to tackle several challenges: organizing teams with no process, overcoming the bureaucratic hurdles from NYSE proper, assisting management in determining which greenfield, new, and existing products were worth pursuing/developing, road mapping, measuring ROI and value, and meeting each business unit's revenue goals.
Marketing and sales, Portfolios, Companies, Measurement, Lead, cost per feature, Portoflio Management, finance, NYSE, Euronext, NYSE Technologies, business value, opportunity cost, cost per point
Gabino M. Roche, Jr., "Agile Portfolio Management at NYSE", AGILE, 2012, 2012 Agile Conference, 2012 Agile Conference 2012, pp. 117-122, doi:10.1109/Agile.2012.12