Gregg Wyant: Cultivating IT Innovation

July 15th, 2010 |
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IT Innovation: A great idea can emerge anywhere. But it takes a team of people to bring that idea into reality. It happens when IT can find that one idea from any of the company’s employees on the planet and cultivate it amongst a team of people with common interests but diverse backgrounds. “That’s something that IT at Intel is big on enabling,” says Gregg Wyant, Intel IT’s Chief Technology Officer and the General Manger of Strategy, Architecture, and Innovation. “The ecosystem our people work in helps me create a better IT that not only I can enjoy inside the company, but I can share with companies around the world that also have IT organizations.” In this video presentation, Gregg talks about IT best practices and identifies how digital processes will profoundly shift.

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