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Strategic Planning: Who Owns the Risk?

May 13th 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Fee $ 10.00

Your organization must be able to hold your IT partner accountable to results, and taking their recommendations will set you both up for success.

 

The ownership of risk is an executive-level responsibility. This may seem obvious, but many organizations neglect to include an executive-level decision maker in IT discussions – thereby exposing the organization to significant liability. Often, this happens because the executive doesn’t feel comfortable in an IT conversation: they aren’t tech experts, and the acronyms are all unfamiliar. Conversely, most IT personnel are just as inexperienced with business-based conversations. You must bridge this gap between the business and IT sides if you want to get the most out of your tech decisions. The right IT partner won’t leave you to fend for yourself – they’ll help you navigate these critical conversations.

 

 

Pricing

  • Free for members of Colorado Nonprofit Association (must be logged in for discount on Regular price)
  • $10.00 for non-members
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Presenters



Brandon Meyer 



Branch Sales Manager 



Mytech Partners, Inc. 



Brandon Meyer brings 9 years of IT strategic planning and business management experience to his position as Colorado Branch Sales Manager. He focuses on helping customers achieve 4x more value and productivity from their IT investments through implementing a proven IT strategy that is aligned with business goals. As the ‘sales leader’ Meyer works with the Colorado based team to help “Make IT Easy” for the respective prospects and clients they serve. Brandon is the author of a blog entitled  disABILITY which focuses on the often unnoticed abilities of people with diagnosed or undiagnosed “disabilities” to thrive in society.



In his role as a Business Technology Advisor, Chad Slaby works with organizations to remove IT challenges to help realize business goals.  Leveraging his over 15 years of experience working with business leaders, he seeks to support business objectives through strategic IT planning and alignment.

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