Peter founded Metis Strategy in 2001.
He is an expert in business and information technology strategy, and he has been a trusted advisor to a wide array of business and tech executives ranging across Fortune 500 companies in various industries. Peter has developed several strategic methodologies that he and his firm have taught clients to use on their own in order to develop and update strategic plans, choose and manage the right portfolio of projects, and to ensure that team performance is on the path to world class levels.
In December of 2009, Wiley Press/Jossey-Bass published Peter’s book World Class IT: Why Businesses Succeed When IT Triumphs, which was named the third best IT-business book of 2009 by CIO Insight, and the number one book to read to “be smarter than your boss,” according to Baseline Magazine, among other accolades. Upon publication in China in late 2010, it climbed into the top-50 business books sold in that market. Peter followed the success of that book in September of 2014, when Wiley Press/Jossey-Bass published Implementing World Class IT Strategy: How IT Can Drive Organizational Innovation, a book that became an Amazon.com bestseller in its categories.
In addition to his books on World Class IT, Peter also writes the Technovation column on Forbes.com, writing about topics at the intersection between IT and business. Since 2008, Peter has moderated a widely listened to podcast entitled The Forum on World Class IT, which is available through iTunes on a weekly basis. He is a regular contributor to CIO Insight, and has also written for The Wall Street Journal, CIO Magazine, CIO Digest, Information Week, and On Magazine, and has been featured in many other periodicals.
Peter has been the keynote speaker at a wide array of corporate conferences in the US, Canada, Mexico, China, India, Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Czech Republic, Spain, and Australia, and he has lectured at several universities including Harvard University, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, the University of Washington’s (Seattle) Foster School of Business, the University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business, Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Business, Purdue University, and the National Defense University.