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As a seasoned management consultant with over 30 years experience as a systems engineer, project manager, developer, trainer, consultant, and Lead Appraiser, including software quality and process improvement services (Quality Circles, TQM, ISO 9000, CMM, and CMMI), Henry Schneider professionally focuses on providing services in these three areas: Appraising, Consulting,and Training. ("A.C.T.")
He is a CMMI Institute-authorized SCAMPI(SM) High Maturity Lead Appraiser (ACQ, DEV, and SVC) and a CMMI Institute-authorized instructor for Introduction to CMMI classes (ACQ, DEV, and SVC).
Henry’s worked with large and small domestic and international companies (consulting, commercial, government, electric power, aerospace, product software, finance, insurance, health care, data communications, and telecommunications organizations), providing business integration; change management; program/project management; business processes; software selection, integration, and implementation support; stakeholder management; KPI development and dashboard creation; mission, values, and goals development and facilitation; and quantitative performance management consulting and appraisal services.
One of his core strengths is the ability to rapidly identify improvements to enhance business practices. He has also trained professionals domestically and internationally on Quantitative Performance Analysis, Requirements Engineering, Configuration Management, Reviews and Inspections, Measurement and Analysis, Project Management, Risk Management, Process Engineering, Quality Assurance, and Testing.
Henry is a member of the CMMI Institute’s Partner Advisory Board.
Henry has worked with GM, Sprint, BellSouth, State of Mississippi, McKesson, Unilever, Oceaneering, United Space Alliance, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Unisys, LG, Accenture, Boeing, Baker Hughes, USAA, American Systems, ABN Amro, KLA Tencor, Samsung Thales, American National Insurance, Kodak, etc.
PERSONALLY, Henry Schneider says: "I love what I do. I started my consulting career in fifth grade when I was 10. I read more books than anyone else and I was the class science expert. Everyone would come to me to ask questions."