Managing Partner, OnCorps
Bob is the founder and chief executive officer of OnCorps. He is the retired chief technology strategist for Accenture. In this role, he served as the chief strategist for the firm’s $11 billion global software, systems integration, and technology consulting business. At Accenture, Bob led the firm’s entry into software-as-a-service and open sourcing and helped cultivate the firm’s technology presence in China. Prior to Accenture, Bob was a group president at Perot Systems [now Dell Services], reporting to Ross Perot, and helped take the company public.
Bob is a director of SkySQL AB and Open Logic. Bob is an Overseer at the Boston Museum of Science and a member of the Dean’s Alumni Council at The Harvard Kennedy School. Bob was named one of the Top 25 consultants in 2005 and holds a master in public administration degree, with a concentration in political economy, from Harvard University, where he studied under the 2005 Nobel Laureate in Economics, Tom Schelling. Bob also received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California. Bob lives in Boston.