Timothy Kenny | VP of Culture

Tim brings 25 years of marketing, branding, events, organizational communications, and demand generation experience to his role as Vice President of Culture at Black Duck Software. Tim was Vice President of Marketing at Black Duck, managing a worldwide team of marketing professionals. He has also directed a global team of marketing, communications, graphic design, web development, and event planning professionals as the Director of Corporate Marketing at Brooktrout Technologies. As an independent consultant, Tim provided marketing and communications support to companies such as NMS Communications, Cantata Technologies, Simply XML, Information Mapping, and Raytheon Corporation. Earlier in his career, Tim was the Director of Web Strategy and Planning at Bentley University, where he successfully provided a change agent role to the new ways of marketing and communications and specifically where he brought the university’s website and intranet systems from 175 to 30,000 web pages. Tim holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications Media and Public Relations from Fitchburg State University and a Masters Degree in Professional Writing from the University of Massachusetts.

Recent Posts

Recently, NPR did a story on Black Duck Software’s Culture titled, “What The ‘Vice President of Culture’ Does at This Mass Software Company.” What indeed? What might be interesting to note is the inception of the story.  My wife and I, for a variety of reasons, put up 25 Christmas trees in our

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Two student teams from Harvard Business School doing project research for a Human Capital class recently met with me, VP of Culture at Black Duck, and Michelle Goodwin, our VP of Human Resources. During our conversation, one of the questions became vital to understanding the success of our

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As with people, the health of an organization relies on many factors. When it comes to company culture, I see both the mental fitness (vision, mission and guiding principles) and physical fitness (amenities, events, and environment) discussed. (If you check out our Instagram, there are lots of

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For those of you who may remember, that’s the title of a Lionel Richie song that was a #1 single in 1985 and also won the Academy Award and the Golden Globe for best song. Its chorus goes like this: Say you, say me; say it for always That’s the way it should be Say you, say me; say it together

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“From where does company culture spread, from the heart or from the head?” I’ve been asking myself this question recently as I took over a new role at my company. I’m now the VP of Culture. Perhaps not as lyrically at first, but I begin to wax poetic when faced with questions few have answered.

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