How Company Leaders and Their Technology Teams Can Collaborate More Effectively

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Building collaboration between company leaders and their technology team.
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  • everyone starts with a shared understanding of the overall purpose
  • it requires tech folks to describe in plain business-speak — — not technical jargon — their understanding of both the problem and the solution
  • restating the business need encourages strategic focus
  • simply saying words out loud creates clarity and more than a few “Oh, wait…” moments
  • you can spot flaws in the solution before you make a wasteful investment
  • you discover how your team thinks and can create valuable learning opportunities

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I put technology to work to solve business problems and create unexpected opportunities. Endlessly curious. Avid learner. Word nerd.Site: https://bit.ly/2tl18Uu

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Linda Rolf

Linda Rolf

I put technology to work to solve business problems and create unexpected opportunities. Endlessly curious. Avid learner. Word nerd.Site: https://bit.ly/2tl18Uu

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