Both the CIO and CTO are business leaders whose primary objective is to provide technology leadership for an organization in concert with other C-level executives. They are responsible for evaluating the current infrastructure and processes and improving those solutions whenever necessary. They must always be on the lookout for new, innovative technologies that can help accomplish the organization’s primary objectives, meet its goals, and reach the desired endpoint.
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Joe is a 19-year Microsoft veteran and has a 30-year wealth of technology experience. He formerly directed numerous organizations at Microsoft, is a certified Scrum master, and has led numerous large projects to success, including the 6-month BizTalk implementation for Ford Motor Co. His technical acumen, abounding charisma, and masterful leadership propel our organization, and yours, to success.
If the current solutions are not meeting the needs of the organization. If they are not assisting, or especially when they are prohibiting, the organization from reaching its goals.
Organizations need a technology officer who can design a long-term, future-ready solution, as well as the tools and processes that will be used before, during, and after the solution is implemented.
Ideas have been thrown around. Strategies have been implemented… and subsequently abandoned. Many times. The fact of the matter is that it’s just not getting done.
During times of change, a technology officer can prepare, equip, and support individuals, teams, and organizations and help guide them through a period of change.
No one has an answer to every problem. It’s OK to admit that– really! The sooner one can accept that they need some help, the sooner their business can start on a path towards success.