Kimberly Carroll, Managing Principal

Kimberly Carroll

Managing Principal

About:

Kimberly has spent her career educating herself and others and solving problems, from teaching people re-entering school the basic math skills to move forward, to engaging construction vendors on best practices in accounting and finance, to implementing new services and platforms for HR and payroll. She is passionate about innovation and change and uses her background to influence HR leaders to truly transform their organizations.

With more than 20 years of transformational experience across HR, finance, payroll, and shared services, Kimberly has extensive experience in strategic long-range planning, process optimization, and guiding clients through their transformational journey. As Managing Principal and co-leader of IA, Kimberly supports the needs of some of the largest, high-growth, dynamic, global organizations in the world with an emphasis on strategic vision, productivity improvement, internal realignment, governance, and prioritization.

Kimberly is renowned for serving as an independent sounding board, therapist, and mentor to all whom she encounters.

You might not know:

Kimberly is a big sports fan — she’ll even watch curling.

Prior Experience:

  • Fidelity Investments
  • Marriott Vacation Club
  • Welbro Construction Company
  • Turner Construction Company

Education:

  • BA, Florida State University

Superpower:

Serving as a sounding board, therapist, and mentor to her clients.

Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL

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The provider / client relationship: Part II – addressing bullying behaviors

The provider / client relationship: Part II – addressing bullying behaviors

In this 2-part series, the IA team explores some of the “bullying” tactics we observe between clients and technology providers, and potential solutions for healthier, long-term relationships. In Part I, we defined three bullying behaviors we see clients face from solution providers. Now, in Part II,...
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