“History of Innovation” implications for IT today

Innovation in IT with partners, channels and vendors is a focused way to implement findings in Steven Johnson’s book…


Focused on TBM, Technology Business Management ("run IT like a business"). - 30+ years of experience, in providing IT strategy, process, application, RAMP, hardware, software, network, internet and cloud solutions to financial services, MRD and high technology companies from startup to F500. - 20+ published articles on the intersection of business and technology. - Startup advisor and mentor to a dozen startups, four of which were acquired and one of which is newly-launched (ITconnecter, a Crosswaves Ventures LLC company). - Specialties: IT Technology Business Management (TBM, aka "run IT like a business"), strategic partnerships, technology innovation, solutioning and program/project management (onshore, nearshore, offshore). Technology consulting focused on innovation, built around process, data and integration (cloud, social networking). We use I/TBM financial management best practices to help mid-size and large enterprises ensure they are meeting the needs of their business effectively and efficiently.

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  1. […] finally Steven Johnson’s “Where Good Ideas Come From” highlighted in http://www.itconnecter.com/2013/06/19/history-of-innovation-implications-for-it-today/.  Other well known pioneering innovation authors who are personal favorites include Clayton […]

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