Getting Digital Projects Done: Debate & Discuss on Interop Radio
This week's edition of Interop Radio looks at how IT workers can move digital projects along, from concept to completion.
Sep 3, 2014
NEW YORK, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to managing your company's next big digital project, what does it take to move it from the drawing board to full implementation?
It's a huge question that every IT manager has to face, and also one that can affect the bottom line of next year's budget. Does a CIO risk his or her major project for the year without thinking through all the possible scenarios that could go wrong without proper planning?
These and other issues are the latest topic of Interop Radio, which is broadcasting this week at 2:00 p.m. EDT (11:00 a.m. PDT) on Thursday, September 4, on the InformationWeek website. You can click here to register and learn more about Interop Radio, as well as the upcoming Interop show in New York City.
Join InformationWeek Editor Chris Murphy and his guest Josh Oakhurst, who will share a practical guide to digital innovation. Oakhurst will discuss the stages a project goes through, what gums up the works at each stage, and how to get past those problems.
Oakhurst has vast experience with all forms of digital projects. The chief strategy officer for Skookum Digital Works, Oakhurst knows about the distractions coming out of Silicon Valley and the dangers of IT's gadget lust.
After the broadcast, listeners can join Murphy and Oakhurst on the InformationWeek site for a live chat, where they will answer questions and offer more advice.
If you are interested in hearing more from Oakhurst and other IT leaders live and in person, please register to attend the 2014 Interop conference in New York City, which kicks off September 29 and runs through October 3, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
The Interop conference offers a unique opportunity to help you connect with your IT colleagues, help your career take off, and learn how technology is changing the way business is done. There are only a few more weeks to register for the show. You can find more information about Interop New York and the show speakers, as well as the registration page, here.
Community Editorial Director, UBM Tech