Chaco Canyon Consulting
Rick Brenner is principal of Chaco Canyon Consulting. He works with people in problem-solving organizations that need state-of-the-art teamwork and with organizations that want to create innovative products by building stronger relationships among their people. In his 25 years as a software developer, project manager, software development manager, entrepreneur and consultant, he has developed valuable insights into the interactions between people in the workplace environment, and between people and the media in which they work. He coaches managers at all levels.
Mr. Brenner has held positions in software development and software development management, at Symbolics, Inc., and at Draper Laboratory, where he conducted research into the software development process. Since 1993, he has taught a course in business modeling at the Harvard University Extension School.
Mr. Brenner holds a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from MIT. His current interests focus on improving personal and organizational effectiveness in abnormal situations, such as dramatic change, enterprise emergencies, and high-pressure project situations. He has written a number of essays on these subjects, available at his Web site, ChacoCanyon.com/, and writes and edits a weekly email newsletter, Point Lookout.
- W3: Managing Virtual Teams for Real Results -
2010 Workshop, Rick Brenner, Paper, Slides, Notes, Video.
- Person-to-Person Communications: Models and Applications -
2010 Invited Speaker, Rick Brenner, Chaco Canyon Consulting