Building a Velcro IT organization
Leadership Staffing

Building a Velcro IT Organization

Staffing - Building a Velcro IT Organization

Today, IT people must wear multiple hats and be able to switch roles quickly! And managers need real time visibility on who, where, and when as well as the ability to configure, dissolve, and reconfigure teams as needed, without delays or loss of creativity. While a governance structure may help project team members cope with the usual stressors (e.g., time deadlines, ambiguous power/authority relationships, etc.), how do you develop an IT organization whose people can be engaged or disengaged on demand, like Velcro? What are the challenges and how should they be addressed?

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Tom Grahek, Vice President of IT, Fair Isaac corporation (Fico)

Tom Grahek, Vice President of Information Technology at FICO, is responsible for the global IT department that supports business growth. This includes the management of approximately 2,200 personal computers and 2,000 servers across 30 off... More   View all posts

Pablo G. Molina, CIO, AVP of IT and Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University

A native of Madrid, Spain, Pablo G. Molina is Associate VicePresident for Information Technologies since 2007 and campus CIO since 2000 at Georgetown University. He teaches graduate courses on Ethics and Technology Management, Managing Info... More   View all posts
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