John Bordeaux is a senior management scientist at the RAND Corporation. For nearly 20 years, Bordeaux has provided research and advisory services in strategy, knowledge management, information integration, and governance for federal and private sector interests. Preferred methods derive from a combination of cognitive science, complexity theory, information science, and cultural studies.
Focus areas include strategic planning, organizational decision-making, teaming structures, and risk analysis/assessment to include resilience "engineering."
In 2008 he served as leader, Knowledge Management Working Group for the Project on National Security Reform (Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress).
Bordeaux's previous positions include associate partner with IBM's Global Business Services, director for the Stupski Foundation, and a senior principal with SRA International, Inc.
Prior to this (1990-1998), he was a senior programmer analyst with the RAND Corporation, supporting defense policy analysis and wargaming events for the U.S. Department of Defense. John served in the U.S. Air Force as an intelligence analyist from 1982-1990.