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The CIO as Ball Coach!

The CIO as Ball Coach!

Isn’t running an IT department just like coaching a ball team? You have your team run every day to build their endurance and to keep them in peak condition. Each player must be a top performer, regardless of his/her position, and be ready to fill-in other positions if needed. Every team member must love the sport and be committed to keeping the ball in play, doing whatever is necessary to win. How well are today’s IT leaders playing coach? What additional gamesmanship can an IT leader pick up, to better play the increasingly complex business/IT ball game?

Contributors

    • John Teeter, Deputy Chief Information Officer, the Department of Health and Human Services
    • Tommy Amaker, Head Coach, Harvard Crimson Basketball

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Contributors

John Teeter

John Teeter, Deputy Chief Information Officer, the Department of Health and Human Services

John Teeter is the Deputy Chief Information Officer and former Chief Enterprise Architect for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). In this role, he is responsible for all aspects of information resources management inclu... More   View all posts
Tommy Amaker

Tommy Amaker, Head Coach, Harvard Crimson Basketball

Tommy Amaker has been head coach of men’s basketball at Harvard since April 13, 2007 and begins his sixth season in 2012-13. Tommy, who holds a 268-195 career head coaching record, posted a 108-84 ledger at Michigan and a 68-55 record at ... More   View all posts

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