Faraz Khan, M.Eng, MBA
fkhan@ocgroup.ca +1 647 787 2817
[1]  F. Khan, "Think of the business before the technology", June 2011, Toronto Business Times, Canada.
[2]  E. Cousineau, F. Khan, "Transparency means greater reliability", March 2011, The Bottom Line News, Canada.
[3]  F. Khan et al, “IBM communications server v5.0 enhancements”, IBM USA,1998, IBM press, ISBN 073840330X.
[4]  F. Khan, "A globally convergent and highly parallel learning scheme for multi layered feedforward neural networks", 1995, University of New 
      South Wales Press, Sydney, Australia.
[5]  F. Khan, "Economics of Infrastructure Management and Selective Sourcing", June 2010, IEEE ICMIT, Singapore.

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As past Director of OCG, Faraz drew on over 15 years of experience assisting organizations to articulate and execute strategy and expand markets.  As a trusted advisor, Faraz facilitated the alignment of assets such as technology, knowledge and skills, processes and organizational structures with business goals, to improve performance.  Having had professional exposure in the USA, Canada, Australia and Asia Pacific, he has experience in this capability cross-culturally and across geographic boundaries.  Faraz’s expertise includes:

Organizational expertise   Technology Architecture expertise
-Business and Technology alignment        -Converged LAN-WAN Networks, Datacomms and Converged Data Center infrastructure
-Performance Improvement Strategy -Video Conferencing, Unified Collaboration, SaaS, Cloud, and Storage SAN

Faraz has accrued hands on experience in strategy consulting, sales, business development and business management including P&L up to $100 Million pa, recruiting, and coaching, with experience in leading and executing change initiatives aimed at performance improvement.  He has worked with companies ranging from start-ups to organizations with over $100 Billion in revenues, and draws on this experience to assess which interventions will have higher likelihood of success at each stage of organizational maturity.

Faraz holds an MBA (finance) from the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM), and a Masters by research in Electrical Engineering from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.  Faraz has lived in Asia, Australia, The USA and Canada.  He is fluent in three languages including English, and has elementary proficiency in Russian and French, and with a broad international geo-strategic exposure.

Selected publications include: