Joseph F. Norton is a seasoned executive, consultant, and speaker who has extensive experience improving the performance of organizations and turning around "at risk" program and project endeavors. During his career he has served as an Executive-in-Residence with McKinsey and Company, Chief Technology Officer of McDonald's Corporation, Vice President of Corporate Technology for JPMorgan Bank. Additionally, he has held senior professional and executive roles with Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Sybase, Inc. and Oracle Corporation. Currently Mr. Norton is a consultant and advisor to top tier management consulting firms, Fortune-ranked corporations, several leading enterprise software firms, and a number of Federal and State government agencies. He is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, where he lectures on a range of topics related to complex product development, delivery and operations. Mr. Norton earned an MBA at the University of Illinois, and is a certified PMP. He is a member of the PMI Chicagoland Chapter, a member of the Chapter's Executive Committee, and serves the Chicagoland Chapter as their elected Vice President for Education since June 2008. Mr. Norton also supports Chicago 2016, the city of Chicago's 2016 Olympic Bid effort, serving as the Project Management advisor to the Bid Committee.