Carlton A. Doty

VP, Group Director serving Customer Insights PROFESSIONALS

Carlton leads the research organization that serves Marketing Leadership (ML) professionals as well as Customer Insights (CI) professionals. He began his Forrester tenure in 2006 as a Senior Analyst specializing in digital channels, emerging products, and enterprise technology in healthcare. Later, he was a founding member of Forrester's CI practice in 2009. He also led Forrester's consumer product strategy practice, where he managed a team of analysts that focused on innovation and digital disruption.


In addition to leading his global research team at Forrester, Carl posts his thoughts and opinions on Twitter and on his blog.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to joining Forrester, Carlton spent nine years as an IT and eBusiness leader in the health insurance industry. He also has experience with two start-ups and a large marketing services provider.

Education

Carlton holds a B.S. in civil engineering management from the University of Vermont.

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  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:Jumpstart Continuous Infrastructure Improvement With Six Best Practices

    Continuous Improvement: The Infrastructure Transformation Playbook

    Under constant pressure to meet growing business demands and expectations, enterprise technology management departments prioritize consolidation initiatives and seize the opportunity to try out new...

    • Downloads: 306
  • For CIO Professionals

    Report:Cloud Keys An Era Of New IT Responsiveness And Efficiency

    The cloud landscape is shifting to cover a broader range of enterprise needs. Why? Cloud is curing the lack of responsiveness and economic flexibility that ails on-premises IT. Look for the popular...

    • Downloads: 1440
  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:Optimize IT Infrastructure Around Key Workloads

    The inside-out approach of engineers focused on technology for its own sake must stop: Your business cares about outcomes and holistic services, not server, storage, and network technologies. For too...

    • Downloads: 867