For the last couple of years, I have been a Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at a successful communications company. When I arrived in the role, it was my first time…
College Degree: The one factor that is still relevant
Some people say that college degrees don’t matter. I somewhat agree, with one exception.
The Blueprint : Building a Tech Team
If you are a non-technical leader trying to start a tech org, it can be difficult. Here is a blueprint.
Service Companies, Open Networks & the Global Data Supply Chain
Data is still the new currency. A few years ago I wrote a blog post about Open Networks and how that impacted the companies that produced consumer generated content (CGC)….
Leadership: People will leave, handle it the right way.
This month, something happened that has never happened to me before.
Finding Employment in the Austin Tech Market, It’s Not Easy
Finding a job isn’t easy. Finding a job in Austin, a market saturated with tech talent, great weather, lots of small to large companies, is even harder. I recently left…
QOTD – PM
Give teams a vision through focused service and innovation. Be exceptional at what you know and learn what you don’t.
November 8th, 2016: Independent’s Day.
With 4 days left until election day, i have purposefully stayed away from publically stating my feelings on the candidates specifically. . That being said, this is my one and…
Open Networks & the Global Data Supply Chain
Data is the new currency. More and more, companies are turning their attention to creating new ways to generate consumer generated content (CGC). If you are successful, you can increase…
Analytics: Storytelling not data reporting
So often I get requests like “I need this metric.” or “When can we have this report?” Part of the job is enablement and facilitation but there is also the…