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Robert H Guttman

age ~51

from Stamford, CT

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  • Robert Guttman
  • Robert Howard Guttman
  • Robt Guttman
  • Rob Guttman
  • Bob Guttman
  • Rob Ert Guttman
63 Merriman Rd, Stamford, CT 06905203-5959299

Robert Guttman Phones & Addresses

  • 63 Merriman Rd, Stamford, CT 06905 • 203-5959299
  • 50 Forest St, Stamford, CT 06901 • 203-9673525
  • 22 Vine Rd, Stamford, CT 06905 • 203-5959299
  • 1111 Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02446 • 617-7310488
  • 1500 Broadway Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282 • 602-8943406
  • Boston, MA
  • Cambridge, MA
  • West Nyack, NY
  • Ann Arbor, MI

Us Patents

  • System And Method For Using A Component Business Model To Organize An Enterprise

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  • US Patent:
    2007002, Feb 1, 2007
  • Filed:
    Jul 15, 2005
  • Appl. No.:
    11/182062
  • Inventors:
    David Cohn - Dobbs Ferry NY,
    Robert Dill - Raleigh NC,
    David Flaxer - Dobbs Ferry NY,
    George Galambos - Montreal,
    Robert Guttman - Stamford CT,
    Raman Harishankar - Blacklick OH,
    David Kress - Carmel IN,
    Christopher Murasso - Eastchester NY,
    Jeffrey Neville - Chicago IL,
    Clifford Pickover - Yorktown Heights NY,
    George Pohle - Morristown NJ,
    Guy Rackham - New York NY,
    Shanker Ramamurthy - New York NY,
    John Smith - New York NY,
    Stephen Smith - Westlake Village CA,
    Laurie Tropiano - Old Greenwich CT,
    John Vergo - Yorktown Heights NY,
  • International Classification:
    G06Q 10/00
    G06Q 50/00
  • US Classification:
    705001000, 705007000
  • Abstract:
    A system and method is described for using a component business model to partition a business into non-overlapping components, and then allocating different components to appropriate organizing strategies, based on attribute values assigned to each component. In the best mode of implementation there are two attributes: whether or not the component differentiates the business within the market place; and whether the component is industry standard or is tailored by the organization. These attributes and their values map the components of the business to a matrix. Based on the combination of attribute values in each cell of the matrix, available organizing strategies are also mapped to the matrix, thereby identifying for each component an appropriate organizing strategy.
  • System And Method For Using A Component Business Model To Manage An Enterprise

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  • US Patent:
    2007003, Feb 15, 2007
  • Filed:
    Aug 12, 2005
  • Appl. No.:
    11/202377
  • Inventors:
    David Cohn - Dobbs Ferry NY,
    Robert Dill - Raleigh NC,
    David Flaxer - Dobbs Ferry NY,
    George Galambos - Montreal,
    Robert Guttman - Stamford CT,
    Raman Harishankar - Blacklick OH,
    David Kress - Carmel IN,
    Clifford Pickover - Yorktown Heights NY,
    Guy Rackham - New York NY,
    Shanker Ramamurthy - New York NY,
    John Smith - New York NY,
    Stephen Smith - Westlake Village CA,
    John Vergo - Yorktown Heights NY,
  • International Classification:
    G06F 17/30
  • US Classification:
    707008000
  • Abstract:
    A method and system are described for using the structure and relationships between components in a component business model of an enterprise to assign components providing monitoring data to a management component. In response to the monitoring data, the management component executes a business rule invoking a service that alters a behavior of the enterprise. The management component contains data rules limiting the information provided by the assigned components, analysis rules defining the interaction between components, and report rules for consolidating recommendations for altering behavior of the enterprise, including decisions to invest in certain aspects of the business, to reengineer certain processes of the business, and to alter operation of certain aspects of the business.
  • System And Method For Transforming An Enterprise Using A Component Business Model

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  • US Patent:
    2007017, Jul 26, 2007
  • Filed:
    Mar 8, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/684002
  • Inventors:
    David Cohn - Dobbs Ferry NY,
    Robert Dill - Raleigh NC,
    George Galambos - Montreal,
    Robert Guttman - Stamford CT,
    Raman Harishankar - Blacklick OH,
    David Kress - Carmel IN,
    Clifford Pickover - Yorktown Heights NY,
    Guy Jonathan Rackham - New York NY,
    John Smith - New York NY,
    Stephen Smith - Westlake Village CA,
    John Vergo - Yorktown Heights NY,
  • International Classification:
    G06Q 99/00
    G07G 1/00
    G06F 17/30
  • US Classification:
    705010000, 705001000
  • Abstract:
    A system and method are described for using a Component Business Model (CBM) to transform a business. A CBM map is used to identify components that collaborate to provide a specified capability, and a repository supporting the CBM map is filtered to provide a view of the identified components that highlights how they collaborate. The view is used to identify component features contributing to the specified capability. The specified capability is then enhanced by a transformation strategy that includes re-engineering particular components, identifying a pattern characterizing the collaboration between components and adding a component to perform the collaborative pattern, and/or adding an additional feature to the collaboration and adding component to perform the additional feature. The CBM repository provides exemplar best practices that can be adapted for use in a re-engineered component.
  • Method And System For Using A Component Business Model To Support Value Based Pricing Of Business Solutions

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  • US Patent:
    2008016, Jul 10, 2008
  • Filed:
    Jan 5, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/620155
  • Inventors:
    Rong Zeng Cao - Beijing,
    Wei Ding - Beijing,
    David Bernard Flaxer - Port Hadlock WA,
    Robert H. Guttman - Stamford CT,
    Juhnyoung Lee - Yorktown Heights NY,
    Chunhua Tian - Beijing,
  • International Classification:
    G06Q 10/00
  • US Classification:
    705 8
  • Abstract:
    A method, system and service for using a Component Business Model (CBM) of an enterprise to support value based pricing of business solutions. Business solutions are composed from, and are described in terms of, services exposed by business components. Pricing is represented as the product of iterative negotiations between a solution provider and a solution consumer. Both the provider and the consumer are analyzed in terms of constituent services. Value based pricing is applied to the constituent services, and a value based pricing schedule for the provider or the consumer is constructed from an evaluation of pricing schedules for the respective constituent services. The value based pricing schedules are themselves configured from a plurality of pricing strategies, the configuration being designed to optimize a pricing schedule for the mutual benefit of the provider and consumer.
  • System And Metod For Transforming An Enterprise Using A Component Business Model

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  • US Patent:
    2008020, Aug 21, 2008
  • Filed:
    Mar 25, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/054672
  • Inventors:
    David L. COHN - Dobbs Ferry NY,
    Robert Delamarter Dill - Raleigh NC,
    George M. Galambos - Montreal,
    Robert H. Guttman - Stamford CT,
    Raman Harishankar - Blacklick OH,
    David Robert Kress - Carmel IN,
    Clifford Alan Pickover - Yorktown Heights NY,
    Guy Jonathan James Rackham - New York NY,
    John R. Smith - New York NY,
    Stephen Michael Smith - Westlake Village CA,
    John George Vergo - Yorktown Heights NY,
  • International Classification:
    G06Q 10/00
    G06F 17/30
  • US Classification:
    705 9, 705 7
  • Abstract:
    A system and method are described for using a Component Business Model (CBM) to transform a business. A CBM map is used to identify components that collaborate to provide a specified capability, and a repository supporting the CBM map is filtered to provide a view of the identified components that highlights how they collaborate. The view is used to identify component features contributing to the specified capability. The specified capability is then enhanced by a transformation strategy that includes re-engineering particular components, identifying a pattern characterizing the collaboration between components and adding a component to perform the collaborative pattern, and/or adding an additional feature to the collaboration and adding component to perform the additional feature. The CBM repository provides exemplar best practices that can be adapted for use in a re-engineered component.
  • System And Method For Using A Component Business Model To Manage An Enterprise

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  • US Patent:
    2008021, Sep 4, 2008
  • Filed:
    Mar 24, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/053986
  • Inventors:
    David L. Cohn - Dobbs Ferry NY,
    Robert Delamarter Dill - Raleigh NC,
    David Bernard Flaxer - Dobbs Ferry NY,
    George M. Galambos - Montreal,
    Robert H. Guttman - Stamford CT,
    Raman Harishankar - Blacklick OH,
    David Robert Kress - Carmel IN,
    Clifford Alan Pickover - Yorktown Heights NY,
    Guy Jonathan James Rackham - New York NY,
    Shanker Ramamurthy - New York NY,
    John R. Smith - New York NY,
    Stephen Michael Smith - Westlake Village CA,
    John George Vergo - Yorktown Heights NY,
  • International Classification:
    G06Q 10/00
  • US Classification:
    705 7
  • Abstract:
    A method and system are described for using the structure and relationships between components in a component business model of an enterprise to assign components providing monitoring data to a management component. In response to the monitoring data, the management component executes a business rule invoking a service that alters a behavior of the enterprise. The management component contains data rules limiting the information provided by the assigned components, analysis rules defining the interaction between components, and report rules for consolidating recommendations for altering behavior of the enterprise, including decisions to invest in certain aspects of the business, to reengineer certain processes of the business, and to alter operation of certain aspects of the business.
  • System And Method For Using The Component Business Model To Analyze Business Value Drivers

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  • US Patent:
    2008022, Sep 11, 2008
  • Filed:
    Mar 8, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/684004
  • Inventors:
    David L. Cohn - Dobbs Ferry NY,
    Robert Delamarter Dill - Raleigh NC,
    George M. Galambos - Montreal,
    Robert H. Guttman - Stamford CT,
    Raman Harishankar - Blacklick OH,
    David Robert Kress - Carmel IN,
    Clifford Alan Pickover - Yorktown Heights NY,
    Simon Plackett - Warwickshire,
    Guy Jonathan James Rackham - New York NY,
    Shanker Ramamurthy - New York NY,
    John R. Smith - New York NY,
    Stephen Michael Smith - Westlake Village CA,
    John George Vergo - Yorktown Heights NY,
  • International Classification:
    G06F 19/00
  • US Classification:
    705 7
  • Abstract:
    The method and system uses the component business model as a framework for locating business activities. Business value drivers are identified, related in an influence model, and structured into a prioritized driver tree. The driver tree is used to determine the relative contributions of leaf drivers to the overall value of the business. Business activities contributing to the leaf drivers are then identified, and the relative contributions of the leaf drivers are allocated to the business activities and then rolled up to the components for display as a heat map overlay on a component map.
  • Method And System Supporting Business Solution Validation In A Component Business Model

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  • US Patent:
    2009001, Jan 15, 2009
  • Filed:
    Jul 13, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/777606
  • Inventors:
    David Bernard Flaxer - Port Hadlock WA,
    Robert H. Guttman - Stamford CT,
    Juhnyoung Lee - Yorktown Heights NY,
    Nitinchandra Nayak - Ossining NY,
    Jin Min Xu - Beijing,
  • International Classification:
    G06F 9/44
  • US Classification:
    705 7
  • Abstract:
    A method and system for validating business solutions by evaluating the business services from which the solution is composed, aggregating these evaluations in accordance with a service composition structure, and comparing the aggregated evaluation to target objectives for the business solution, where the service evaluations and the target objectives use the same metrics, which are surrogates for the business solution objectives. A business solution has a Business Level Agreement (BLA) which states business objectives. A business service has a Business Service Level Agreement (BSLA) which states operational objectives. A business solution is seen as a composition of business services. Therefore, the BLA is validated by evaluating and then aggregating the BSLA's for all business services from which the business solution is composed, and then comparing the aggregation against target values of the surrogates. Validation occurs: (1) during solution template composition, (2) at service binding times, and (3) during solution execution via business monitoring.

Lawyers & Attorneys

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    Robert Alan Guttman, Gloucester MA - Lawyer

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  • Address:
    Gloucester, MA 01930
  • Licenses:
    New York - Currently registered 1977
  • Education:
    Boston University School of Law
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    Robert J. Guttman, Forest Hills NY - Lawyer

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  • Address:
    11201 Queens Blvd, Forest Hills, NY 11375
  • Licenses:
    New York - Currently registered 1965
  • Education:
    Harvard Law School

Resumes

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Robert Guttman
STS PARTNER CORPORATION
425 W Capitol Ave SUITE 1700, Little Rock, AR 72201
1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019

Classmates

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Robert Guttman

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Schools:
Hebrew Institute of Borough Park-Etz Chaim Brooklyn NY 1958-1962
Community:
Michael Schenk, Bonnie Gleicher
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Hebrew Institute of Borou...

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Graduates:
Robert Guttman (1958-1962),
Harold Sheinman (1956-1960),
Robert Semel (1960-1969),
Alexandr Flisfeder (1974-1978),
Kenny Yechiel Wachtel (1959-1967)

News

Lugar burnishes legacy

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  • Its the same thing everyones trying to do in their final months: leave a legacy, said Robert Guttman, an Indiana native who heads Johns Hopkins Universitys Center on Politics and Foreign Relations and has interviewed Lugar on several occasions.
  • Date: Sep 27, 2012
  • Source: Google

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    03 May, 2011
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