Patrick K Phillips

Patrick K Phillips

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location_on United States

Member since 6 years


Patrick K Phillips

Specialises In (based on submitted proposals)
lean scaling-agile lean-startup agile-lean lean-framework lean-leadership agile-101 lean-agile frameworks business-partnership scaling-agile-adoption

Patrick has spent 16 years mentoring lean enterprise transformations within IT. A pioneer in his trade, he has created a framework of lean principles which enables IT to stay relevant in an ever changing landscape. He has created a unique model that blends Lean, agile, IT and Operations.   Patrick identified early in his career through extensive research that IT requires a unique approach to creating their value proposition and maintaining their relevance as business partners. His lean focus allowed him to identify challenges and exploit the opportunities in the rapidly changing service based business landscape.


Patrick started his career at FedEx where he specialized in lean transformation within Fortune 500 organizations. Knowing his unique skills, Patrick has spent the rest of his career consulting lean enterprise transformations. He has coached hundreds of organizations to realizing the value and the power of their tacit knowledge in delivering greater value.  Additionally Patrick has discovered a unique specialty in providing lean methodologies to technology based which have already discovered agile delivery models.  When not consulting Patrick serves as an Adjunct Professor at Westminster College teaching Process Management to MBA students where he also earned his MBA of Technology Management.  

Value Stream Mapping

Lean Coaching

CEO Coaching
Issue Processing
Lean Implementations
Lean Processing
Business Architecture
Enterprise Architecture
Capability Modeling/Mapping 
Agile Implementation
Agile Training
Value Creation and Delivery
Value Stream Implementations
Mind Mapping Frameworks
Future IT Business Model Mapping
Lean Facilitator and Trainer
Major Software/Systems Implementations
IT TO BT Transformation
Financial Modeling
Theory of Constraints