It’s relatively easy to get the ‘science’ of IT down. The real trick to becoming a successful IT leader is to master the ‘art’ of the job.
At Zylo, it’s exciting to connect with CIOs who are first and foremost, great business leaders, but also forward thinking and innovative. Something about these leaders is different. They get that being an effective IT leader is about more than the technology and that leading IT is a way to make an impact on the entire company, and in a big way. Mark Settle, CIO at Okta, said it best: “It’s relatively easy to get the ‘science’ of IT down. The real trick to becoming a successful IT leader is to master the ‘art’ of the job.”
Judd Williams, CIO at NCAA, is an outstanding example of an influential and effective CIO who has mastered the science and the art of IT. Not only is he leading the NCAA on a journey to the cloud, but he is doing it in an impactful way that brings his entire team and organization along with him.
Judd and I are sitting down for a fireside chat on July 25, 2017 at 3pm ET. Join this fireside chat to learn about what’s worked for their team, and what to avoid. We’re going to cover a lot of ground, including:
- How to build a business case to shift to the Cloud
- How to move systems to the Could and the priority of what to move & when
- How the shift to the Cloud changes the team dynamic & how to manage it
- What’s next for the team