Mark provides services to Fortune 50, 100 and 500 corporations, medium and small businesses, state and federal government agencies, academic institutions and non-profits. NASA, Stanford, Sandia Labs, Naval Post Graduate School, Lockheed Martin, Unisys, Target, Cargill, CHS, Honeywell, University of MN R&D Groups, Army Corps of Engineers and MN government agencies are example clients. Mark has also worked with international governments and industry in Japan, Taiwan, Europe and Canada.

Mark is retired from Lockheed Martin Corporation where he had numerous responsibilities including corporate level positions addressing project management processes, assessments, development and training. Mark’s experience includes a past adjunct professor position at the graduate level at the University of St. Thomas, CSIS and a current contract position with the University of Minnesota. Mark has additionally been a speaker and instructor at other colleges and universities.

Today Mark provides management consulting services to a wide range of commercial and government clients, domestic and international. At the University of Minnesota, Mark develops and conducts project management, systems engineering and related courses. He has worked with the State of Minnesota and the University of Minnesota to build a systems engineering partnership with Lockheed Martin and has worked with local school districts in Minnesota to provide foundational science and math course materials. Mark provides management consulting volunteer services for a number of non-profits including the National Marrow Donor Program, "Be-the-Match". Mark is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, Institute of Technology in Electrical Engineering.
About the Owner and Principle Consultant

Mark Waldof has 44 years of industry experience in systems engineering, project management, system design, electrical design, software development, systems integration and test, marketing and proposals, legal support and management infrastructure developments. During the last 20 years of his industry experience, Mark worked to develop and implement organization management assessments, processes, training courses and related infrastructure components in both technical and management areas.