Director at CIO International Limited
- Toronto, Canada Area
- Information Technology and Services
David Adolph's Overview
- Director at CIO International Limited
- Lawyer at David Adolph Legal Services
- Founder at Effectiveone Consulting
- Consultant - IT commercial and contractual matters at NT Services
- Contractor - Outsourcing procurement and contract management at ICI plc
- Solicitor at Canadian Pacific Railway
- Researcher at Abt Associates
- York University - Osgoode Hall Law School
- York University - Schulich School of Business
- York University
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David Adolph's Summary
“Dedicated to guiding Chief Executives, Executive Teams and Chief Information Officers in exploiting Information Technology and achieving business advantage through superior data quality management.” More information at www.ciointernational.com.
A senior consultant and legal counsel with in-depth expertise with Canadian and international information technology transactions and outsourcing, complemented by broad corporate and commercial expertise. Over 20 years experience working collaboratively with cross-functional teams to successfully complete and manage IT transactions, with particular experience over the past 8 years assisting with complex outsourcing relationships.
Lawyer qualified in Canada
David Adolph's Experience
CIO International Limited
October 2011 – Present (1 year 9 months) Toronto, Canada Area
“Dedicated to guiding Chief Executives, Executive Teams and Chief Information Officers in exploiting Information Technology and achieving business advantage through superior data quality management.”
More information at www.ciointernational.com.
Self-Employed; Myself Only; Legal Services industry
2008 – Present (5 years)
Sole practitioner and consultant specializing in IT and outsourcing.
Consultant - IT commercial and contractual matters
October 2006 – December 2007 (1 year 3 months)
NT Services is a Calgary-based unit of an international specialty financial services company headquartered in the Isle of Man.
Developed and drafted a major outsourcing agreement, negotiated a UK data centre agreement, and renegotiated a major software license.
Contractor - Outsourcing procurement and contract management
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; ICI; Chemicals industry
2002 – 2007 (5 years)
(Until its businesses were sold in 2007, ICI was a large UK-based conglomerate with operations in 39 countries.)
Assisted the Global CIO Office and the US-based Procurement and Logistics group achieve their global IT outsourcing objectives, serving as a member of core negotiation teams and service management teams, and as a contract manager. Contributions encompassed the entire outsourcing life-cycle from Requests for Proposals (RFPs), to contract negotiations and drafting, management of the relationship, through to termination and exit.
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; CP; Transportation/Trucking/Railroad industry
1983 – 2001 (18 years)
Legal counsel to CPR (and before that, to Canadian Pacific Limited and its subsidiaries).
* Senior counsel role for IT and intellectual property matters. Legal and commercial advisor to management on IT and intellectual property matters.
* Procurement - Negotiated and drafted contracts covering the acquisition of major capital property, equipment and real property, plus
services, marketing and distribution.
* Competition law - Advised on mergers, joint ventures, trade practices and competition law compliance. Two terms as Chair, Regulatory Policy Committee, Competition Section, Canadian Bar Association.
* Corporate, commercial, securities, mergers & acquisition
Privately Held; 1001-5000 employees; Research industry
1980 – 1980 (less than a year)
David Adolph's Education
York University - Osgoode Hall Law School
1978 – 1981
York University - Schulich School of Business
M.B.A., Strategy and Marketing
1976 – 1978
1973 – 1976
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