Matthew Charlet is a Peer & Practitioner researcher for midsized enterprise CIOs. Previously Mr. Charlet managed the Enterprise Architecture Leadership Council, developing research and tools that help Chief Enterprise Architects better manage their function. He brings a broad range of perspectives to EA leaders, having previously worked with CIOs, heads of R&D, Corporate Strategy leaders, and Infrastructure managers.
Across working with these diverse leaders, his focus has largely remained on how to balance innovation with keep-the-lights on investments in uncertain environments. He has been able to bring a variety of lenses to challenging prioritization problems, adapting economics, business architecture, and consumer product design ideas to technology investment prioritization challenges.
He has also spent several years presenting to executive audiences and facilitating workshops for IT leaders and their teams.
Mr. Charlet worked with technology executives in client organizations to develop compelling research and present that research to both executive audiences and their teams. During this time, he has managed teams ranging from four to ten researchers, all focused on technology leaders' most pressing challenges.
Vice President, Research
Montreal Neurological Institute
Midsize Enterprise IT Leadership
1Managing an effective Enterprise Architecture team
2Prioritizing technology and innovation investments
3Developing and using business architecture
4Streamlining IT governance
5Future of the Enterprise Architecture function