Strategist - Dist. Tech. - Experience Design
Recognized authority internally and externally on leading-edge technologies, theories, or techniques. Provides innovative solutions to complex and critically sensitive issues affecting multiple disciplines and work groups. Determines and pursues courses of action essential in accomplishing objectives. Integrates advanced technology, theories or techniques that have a significant continued impact across disciplines and business units. Serves as organization spokesperson on specialized projects or programs. Champions large projects that affect the company's long-range goals and objectives. Provides mentoring and guidance to lower level employees. (TCP review board required in TCP families)
- Develops strategy and design roadmaps for user experience design and development across the Global Business Unit and company at large.
- Communicates strategy and design roadmaps to executive staff, industry partners and customers; leverages recognized technical and business expertise to influence, guide, and shape business strategy and decision- making at the highest organizational levels.
- Provides consultation, design input, and feedback for new product development and design reviews across multiple organizations and architectures.
- Guides and mentors less- experienced staff members to set an example of user experience design innovation and excellence.
- Participates in and provides input on process for selection of future.
Education and Experience Required:
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in Business, Design, Human Factors Engineering, Social Sciences research, or equivalent.
- Typically 15+ years experience.
Knowledge and Skills:
- Recognized industry expert in the development and application of design theories, principles, and concepts for global and corporate-wide information technology and consumer product and services platforms and architecture.
- History of innovation and creation of iconic or industry-recognized designs.
- Outstanding analytical and problem solving skills.
- Experience in architecture of processes, standards, and techniques to be used in reviewing designs for alignment with overall product and quality architecture; history of implementing cross-platform and functional changes and initiatives across business units.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills; mastery in English and local language.
- Ability to effectively communicate process architectures and product formulations, design proposals and negotiate options at the most senior organizational levels.
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Elizabeth focuses on the HP consumer experience, scaling best practices across premium consumer notebooks, testing products before public release, and crafting the compelling story of their design and performance for press workshops.
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