Mark Gust has been with Solutia Consulting since January 2018 and is currently a Consulting Director.
He primarily focuses on client delivery while also offering people management responsibilities and account management support within Solutia. His client experience focuses on both Technology Strategy and Operational Support. Mark’s roles include Program Manager, Project Manager, Scrum Master, Business and Technology Analyst, and IT Service Delivery Manager.
Mark helps kickoff, plan and deliver large initiatives. Mark also helps Clients develop and manage Technology Strategic Roadmaps and Planning. Mark’s mix of capabilities include Operating Model Process Improvement efforts, IT App Service Delivery. Mark has led Business and Developer Teams through quarterly, monthly, and weekly cadences, to drive large system overhauls while also supporting ongoing smaller requests for enhancements and fixes. Mark has managed mentoring programs that help business and IT teams achieve business value faster through shorter IT planning / delivery cycles with better visibility to key decision moments.
Mark has helped Clients successfully solve their most challenging problems, in environments including Cloud and on premises applications and data integrations. Mark has served several Fortune 500 Companies and Federal Agencies, in retail, logistics, transportation, financial services, healthcare, recruiting, training, and legal industries. Mark is a results-oriented manager / analyst experienced at working across enterprise groups, including onshore and offshore teams, executive sponsors and steering committees, working groups and subject matter expert, across business and technology.
Mark has 30 years of experience with PM / BA support, and assessing, planning, and helping implement software applications, data management platforms, and package applications in multiple environments. Mark’s exceptional communication and collaboration skills help bridge cross-functional business and technical teams. Mark has a proven track record with mentoring, training and knowledge transfer, and building “second teams” to grow the capacity needed for scaling enterprises.