Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business
Executive In Residence
Michael J. Green
Vice President Strategic Services North America - IBM Corporation
Executive in Residence: October 30-31, 2013
Michael J. Green is Vice President for Strategic Services with responsibility across services and technology business lines to enable IBM to deliver high value integrated business propositions to our strategic clients.
During his career at IBM, Mr. Green has worked with clients spanning a range of industries, including: Communications, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare, Government, Manufacturing & Distribution, Electronics and Retail. He has extensive experience in leading areas of IBM transformation along with sales, technology, consulting, systems integration and outsourcing.
Mr. Green has served as a regular speaker for IBM’s leadership development programs. He is focused on developing high performance teams, building client relationships and enhancing leadership talent within IBM.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business & Finance from Mount Saint Mary’s, Emmitsburg, Maryland.
Mr. Green has extensive international and general management experience over his thirty three year career with IBM. In previous assignments, he has served as the General Manager of IBM North America Strategic Outsourcing Services, the Vice President of Industrial Sector IBM Global Services, the General Manager of Strategic Outsourcing Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East, Austria and Switzerland, the Vice President Strategic Service Mexico and Spanish Speaking Americas and the General Manager General Business Global Technology Services North America.
The Executive in Residence Program enriches the educational experience of our students by inviting distinguished business executives to the Bolte School for two days to speak to our students on various business-related topics. Many of the Executives in Residence are successful business alumni of Mount St. Mary’s University and all of them have achieved notable success in their careers as executives and leaders in their respective organizations. They serve as guest professors in classes; they meet with student clubs and organizations; and they are keynote speakers at community business forum dinners.