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Mike Beller States Importance of Prioritizing Issues

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  • Date Added : 4/18/2013
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Mike Beller

  • , Lightship Partners
  • male
  • Caucasian
  • 1962 (Age: 58 years old)
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Michael J. Beller is President and CEO of Lightship Partners.

Mr. Beller has led start-up, turnaround, and high growth organizations as a COO, CIO, and consultant. This experience has involved developing business technology and operating strategies combined with "in the trenches" execution and leadership.

Mr. Beller was recently featured in a cover story in Retail Information Systems News magazine for IT's role in business strategy, listed #4 in Apparel Magazine's list of Top 50 Innovators, nominated for ComputerWorld magazine's list of Premier 100 IT Leaders, and won the Smart Enterprise magazine award for Outstanding Achievement in Enterprise IT Management.

Mr. Beller has held various senior executive and consulting positions including CIO and EVP of Strategy Management for a national specialty retailer, Chief Operating Officer for a pharmaceutical packaging and distribution company, and COO and CIO for a venture backed technology re-manufacturing and e-commerce start-up.

Mr. Beller has also held senior positions with consulting firms that included Accenture, Technology Solutions Company, and Diamond Management and Technology Consultants. At Diamond, Mr. Beller was a founding partner and helped lead the company through a successful IPO.

Mr. Beller received a Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering from the Cornell University College of Engineering.

It does get in the way because sometimes...there is an old adage that if you need something done, to give it to a busy person because busy people tend to be more organized and focused. That is true of myself. If I don't have a lot to do, I seem not to get a lot done. And the more I have to do, the...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Video 1 of 9 Mike Beller States Self-Doubt Impacts Everyone - Not Just Entrepreneurs
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Video 2 of 9 Mike Beller States Importance of Prioritizing Issues
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Video 3 of 9 Mike Beller Discusses Addressing The Inner Critic
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Video 4 of 9 Mike Beller Shares Anecdote On Handling Clients
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Video 5 of 9 Mike Beller Discusses Perils Of Personal Perfectionism
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Video 6 of 9 Mike Beller States Importance of Maintaining a Positive Attitude Even If You Aren't In Love With Your Job
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Video 7 of 9 Mike Beller States Importance of Having Perseverance But Knowing When To Move On
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Video 8 of 9 Mike Beller Shares Ways To Relieve Stress
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