Li-yong Yu is an accomplished senior technology professional with 15+ years of management experience, and is currently Director of Information System Management at Synectics for Management Decisions, Inc. Through our partnership with Synectics, we are able to engage Mr. Yu's skills as needed to address client project challenges. He is skilled in leading cross-functional teams and managing the complete lifecycle of high-profile projects and programs. Mr. Yu has particular strengths in enterprise architecture (EA), system development and integration (SDLC), and service management (ITSM) lifecycles, and can fill a broad range of rolls including analyst, facilitator, problem solver, and communicator.
At Synectics, Mr. Yu is aligning business with information and communications technology. While directing several technology sections including PMO, systems, and software, he is outlining an enterprise architecture blueprint for the organization. He is participating in the development of Synectics' long-term business strategies, as well as the detailed business plans for the Information Services Department. His work also includes the adoption of an ITIL-v3 framework to manage corporate-wide ICT infrastructure modernization and consolidation.
As a Chief System Architect, Mr. Yu is certified in a leading enterprise architecture framework, and has responsibilities involving the Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF), system management (ITIL-v3 framework for Service Management), and project life cycle management and program development (PMBOK).
Other senior positions previously held by Mr. Yu include Program Director and Principal System Architect for Architecture and System Management at the International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (Intelsat), and Vice President of Information Systems at Advanced Systems, Inc. (ASI).
Mr. Yu is a Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science at Temple University, and holds an M.S. in Computer Science and a B.S. in Computer Engineering, both from Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan.