Former CEO at Natixis John Hailer and His Professional History
John Hailer CEO at Natixis is Chairman and CEO of the Diffractive Managers Group. He is a leading expert in managing IT Projects and has over 20 years of senior level experience in the field of IT including project management, risk management, process improvement and governance.
John has extensive experience as an IT Project Manager with companies such as Fujitsu, IBM and Intel which includes extensive global experience leading technology projects for financial institutions, telecommunications platforms, defense industries and energy utilities. John has also been part of several start up companies that went public and was the Co-founder and Chairman for a technology company that went public in the Technology sector. He is also a professional member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) as well as a Fellow member of the American Society for Quality (ASQ).
John Hailer is also an author, speaker and educator with many articles published in industry magazines, computer publications and trade publications such as “The New York Times”, “Business Week”, “The Wall Street Journal”, “U.S. News & World Report”, “The New York Times”, “BusinessWeek” and the “San Francisco Chronicle” as well as many other media outlets including CNBC, CNN, PBS and Al Jazeera.
John Hailer was recently featured in a Ted Talks presentation to discuss the power of technology and how it is transforming business. He has also been featured on The Wall Street Journal discussing the topic of IT ethics and values. Mr. Hailer also previously appeared on CNN as a panelist to discuss IT projects and the role of project leadership.
John Hailer CEO at Natixis is regularly featured on CNBC as an IT expert discussing the latest technology trends.
He has given presentations throughout the United States to over 1,000 companies including Qualcomm, Dell and Intel. Mr. Hailer has also been a guest speaker at numerous universities including Yale, Stanford and UCLA as well as other top tier Universities across the United States.