For the 10th time, Intertech was named one of the Best Places to Work by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Earlier this year, Intertech was named #1 place to work by The Star Tribune in the 50-150 employee category and the #1 place to work by Minnesota Business magazine in the mid-sized category.
We are all humbled and thankful for our customers and employees. We are not possible without you.
Intertech is featured in the article “Communication, culture boost Intertech” in the Monday, July 28th, 2014 Star Tribune business section.
As shared in a previous post, Intertech was named the #1 employer in the 50-150 employee category and a special award winner for ethics in the Star Tribune’s 2014 Top Workplaces award.
My thanks to the Star Tribune for supporting the local community with the Top 100 Workplaces and my special thanks to our customers and employees for making us possible.
A recent article in The Economist’s Schumpeter column said, “(for) consumers, the digital age is often exhilarating. For companies, it is often frightening… In practice, many (IT) departments fear being overwhelmed.” This focus of the article is right in-line with an article I wrote for the Star Tribune this October “Cost-center thinking hobbles IT power”
- “Enterprises are going to have to shift from where IT was really just about automating undifferentiated back-office functions to using IT as the fundamental product of what they do.” To move forward, for all organizations, IT needs to move from automating to innovating.
- The combination of mobile and the cloud creates a platform for creating solutions where IT can be a fundamental product of what an organization does
- As I shared in an interview this year with Twin Cities Business magazine, consumerization is here… when it comes to the ideas for products and services that allow IT to be the fundamental product of an organization, everyone can innovate!
My article “It takes a scrum, or ‘disorderly struggle,’ to build a business” ran in the August issue of Upsize magazine. In the article, I share how the Agile/Scrum approach to software development can be applied to efficiently run a business or lead a team.