Don White learned the criticality of effective stakeholder partnerships during more than 20 years of leading projects and programs in the Washington area. Don organized and matured IT PMOs at The Washington Post and at Corporate Executive Board (CEB), where he led a team of 30 in the U.S., U.K. and India. Educated as a journalist, Don was an editor at newspapers in Dallas, Miami and The Washington Post, where his career transitioned to technology in the mid-’90s in the context of business process re-engineering. Don led the project that brought digital newspaper page production to The Post; his team implemented a system that produced all of the paper’s print products for more than a decade. Don now works as an independent consultant and helps CIOs with process design and maturity.