Dee Carri, founder and director, Torque Management – business and IT consultant, teacher, lecturer, coach, mentor, trainer and BPM expert.
Dee Carri established Torque Management in 2002 to provide a specialist global consultancy and training service in business process management (BPM) and IT in all business sectors.
Regarded as a leader in her field, her knowledge and experience is considerable.
“The improvement of best practice and performance through education, support, research and benchmarking is our priority. We help organisations to become more efficient and effective – with us they learn to do what they do in a new and better way. As a result, they become more successful and profitable”, says Dee.
“We offer education, executive support, research and benchmarking to help you achieve best practice and performance … and greater success. We help you change for the better.”
For almost six years, Dee was a key player in the success of the Elan Corporation plc, a world leader in pharmaceuticals, ‘life sciences’ and new drug development. As vice president, she was responsible for global IT policy, strategy and standards.
Before that she was a director of public company Gartner Consulting UK, where she provided IT strategic consulting services to global businesses, focusing on governance, best practice, performance improvement, measurement and cost reduction programmes.
Dee’s formative business experience was with IBM Ireland where she worked for 10 years as a systems engineer and project manager.
As e-business director, PA Consulting Group (1999 – 2000), Dee brought a new strategic direction to the business.
Dee was European agent and trainer for BP Trends Associates for four years providing both public and in-house courses in business process management.
Public courses were in association with University College Dublin (UCD) Smurfit Graduate Business School, which attracts students from all over the world, Executive Education (Ireland) and SIS (Portugal).
Dee is a member of Irish Business Analysts Association (IBAA) and a former chairman of the Irish Business Employers Confederation’s Telecommunications User Group (TUG) www.ibec.ie.
She was also chair of the Information Society Commission’s Legal Affairs Working Group. Currently, she chairs the Commission’s Cyber Security and Privacy working group www.isc.ie.
Dee is a member of the Talent Bank Directory’s ‘SET’ – a group of women scientists, engineers and technologists who serve on advisory, selection and management boards.
She has an MSc in Strategic Quality Management (Lean Sigma) Systems from University of Limerick, Ireland - a world ranked, education innovator which brings academia and business together. She is also a lecturer at UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School in business process optimisation (BPO) (www.smurfitschool.ie)