Brian Vellmure specializes in connecting dots, distributing intelligence, and driving change at the intersection of customers, technology and organizational growth.

  • That appears to be a bio/résumé and indeed "driving change" is a common cliché with the definition gandalf described. Did the other two verbs make sense? I might have guessed they'd be the harder of the three. – shawnt00 Feb 20 '16 at 16:46
  • no they are hard too. I think connecting dot means connecting people and distributing intelligence is some thing like brain storming or crowd sourcing. finding solution by help of other. – coder android Feb 20 '16 at 19:21
  • My guess is intelligence refers to knowledge and information in a broad sense. It might specifically mean business intelligence though. Connecting dots is about making deductions and pulling disparate pieces of information together into a bigger picture. – shawnt00 Feb 20 '16 at 19:46

Since the phrase is "...connecting dots, distributing intelligence, and driving change...", it would appear to be parallel structure.

Ving + noun, Ving + noun, Ving + noun

So, to drive change would mean to be the impetus or force creating change.

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