Goodbye to Stewart…

June 9th, 2014 by

We’re sad to announce that Stewart Bryson’s last day with Rittman Mead was last Friday, and he’s moving-on now to a new challenge. Five years ago Stewart co-founded Rittman Mead America with us, and most recently he’s been our Chief Innovation Officer, handing over the day-to-day running of our US business to Charles Elliott, our US Practice Manager.

One of the main contributions Stewart has made over the last few years is helping us develop the Rittman Mead Delivery Framework and the Rittman Mead Way. The Delivery Framework is a set of software, accelerators and processes that determine how Rittman Mead consultants go about projects (the Rittman Mead Way). Stewart has contributed greatly to our work around Extreme BI, version control and release management. These processes are now embedded in our delivery management team and framework, and as such will live on through the DNA of Rittman Mead, but in the meantime we wish him well going into the future.

Comments

  1. James Says:

    Best of luck to Stewart. He is a very bright guy and his contributions will be missed.

  2. Mark Thompson Says:

    All the best to you, Stewart. You’re a solid expert in so many ways. I’m sure Mark will miss you, but good luck in your new endeavor!

  3. Stewart Bryson Says:

    @ Mark Rittman:

    Thanks a bunch for the kind farewell. I’ll miss this blog, perhaps, more than anything else. All my time with Rittman Mead, I always knew I could be heard by simply posting something on the blog. Now, I’ll have to go through life without the megaphone.

    @James and Mark Thompson:

    Thanks gents. This was very kind of you to say… and as always… thanks for reading. ;-)

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