The best tech leaders are Agents of Disruption. They view the existing ecosystem as something with a sunk cost and are willing to disrupt the current state in order to achieve a bigger gain. There are two types of change that can be implemented in a business. The first is iterative, simply building on something […]Read more "7 Habits of Inspiring Tech Leaders: (4) Agent of Disruption"
Had a great conversation with fellow MVP Chris Wagner on building communities in the technology space. The why, what, and how of building communities. Podcast Episode 11: Microsoft MVP Chris Wagner – Change Agent Podcast (thechangeagentpodcast.com)Read more "Change Agent CTO Podcast Episode 11"
I had the opportunity to record a video for the United Way about tech careers and a little about my journey in technology. A few things I highlighted were: Pick a lane and go at it 100%. You can pursue development, data, machine learning, cloud architecture, productivity, security… but pick a lane and go at […]Read more "United Way Tech Video"
I’ve talked in the past about “above the line and below the line” engagement for tech leaders. The “below the line” functions are those that are most frequently ripe for democratization. In a business sense, democratization is the act of making a capability common, for it to be a shared and indistinguishable ability to get […]Read more "7 Habits of Inspiring Tech Leaders: (3) Agent of Democratization"
The best leaders, not just tech leaders, are mission oriented. They understand the idea of their calling to be focused on something bigger than themselves. They seek to both inspire and accomplish a goal which encourages and excites the organization. The mission they define is tangible, audacious, and time bound. It brings with it a […]Read more "7 Habits of Inspiring Tech Leaders: (2) Agent of Mission"