I worked for IADB with was established in 1959, the leading source of development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean, with a strong commitment to achieve measurable results, increased integrity, transparency and accountability. Have an evolving reform agenda that seeks to increase our development impact in the region. While are a regular bank in many ways, they are also unique in some key respects. Besides loans, we also provide grants, technical assistance and do research.
As a BI and Solution Architect for IADB I was performing a key role in the US /DC and BR of the environment to the execution projects (IADB Yearly portfolio – average of 154 projects –with total of 2 billion US$). I was a member of a delivery team, supporting both new development/project and production support, as the highest-level technology domain expert. I was responsible for the assessment of business requirements; collection and identification of technical specifications; and the subsequent development of technology solutions that require development to be viable (i.e., business applications, LOB applications, work flow systems, purchased applications, developed applications, applications integration with include Data Warehouse/Data marts, BI Solutions, Reporting, Data Governance, Master Data Management and Information Architecture). I was envision and create solutions that meet business requirements; model the pieces of an infrastructure and their points of integration; prove the feasibility of a design; guide a solution through to its completion; and ultimately can be implemented and supported in production
Too little accountability, consultants do 90% of work, bureaucratic incentives set up to reward those that avoid work and push it on to subordinates. Highly inefficient environment and bureaucratic.
The only thing that the office was missing at some points, was more structure when new people was added to the team.