2018 was a year of great volatility, and there is little on the horizon that suggests 2019 will be much different. As uncertainty looms and technology increases the pace of change, organizations are struggling more than ever to build organizational agility to respond quickly and efficiently to changes in the marketplace.
All too often technology teams and systems inhibit the ability to build agility and efficiently. As a result, organizations are looking to a new breed of CIO that can lead technology transformations to allow those same technology teams and systems to unlock the power of their business model. But transforming isn’t easy. It requires a framework to understand the problem, the discipline to attack the problem and the resiliency to drive complex, unending change.
During this webinar, Point B Technology Transformation experts will introduce the 5 Dimensions of a Technology Transformation. The 5 Dimensions is an approach to help companies understand, build and lead a successful technology transformation.
How can I leverage technology & my IT organization to ignite my business model?
What are the components of a successful technology transformation?
Why is alignment between business and technology so important?
Is there correlation between my IT organization’s maturity and business outcomes?
What is architectural debt and why is it critical to understand the source?
Who should attend?
This webinar is designed for business and technology leaders across all industries who want to unlock the power of their technology teams to drive critical business outcomes, but find their teams consistently missing the mark. This webinar will be valuable to anyone looking to get more business value out of their technology teams or systems.
Alex Shegda, Technology Transformation Practice Lead at Point B
Alex Shegda leads Point B’s Technology Transformation Practice. Over the past 25 years, Alex has led technology organizations for Fortune 500 companies across financial services, telecommunications & managed services. Alex has helped clients radically redefine and improve their technology organization and capabilities.
Pat Edmonds, Operations & Process Improvement Practice Lead at Point B
Pat Edmonds is a University of Washington faculty member and leads Point B's Operations & Process Improvement Practice. Pat has led a wide variety of clients through operational transformation initiatives and brings deep expertise to help organizations realize greater value from their efforts.