Showing posts from January, 2019

My Interview with RAF Air Commodore John Wariner on Digital Transformation

In this special interview, I am honored to have as my guest John Wariner, Air Commodore for the Royal Air Force. John has served 36-years in the RAF and has seen and experienced incredible changes, served in both Afghanistan and Iraq, and led digital transformation initiatives involving tens of thousands of users. In this delightful interview, we dig deep into organizational changes, agile operations, military strategies, and running an IT organization from tents in combat zones in the desert. br /> ************************************************************************ Kevin Benedict SVP Solutions Strategy, Regalix Inc. Website Regalix Inc. View my profile on LinkedIn Follow me on Twitter @krbenedict Join the Linkedin Group Digital Intelligence ***Full Disclosure: These are my personal opinions. No company is silly enough to claim them. I work with and have worked with many of the companies mentioned in my articles.

Kevin Benedict's 15 Strategies for Career Advancement in 2019

From time to time people have asked me for career advice. I certainly don't have all the answers, but here is my best advice from 33-years in high tech. Kevin Benedict’s 15 Strategies for Career Advancement: 1.     Be an Expert - Create opportunities to be recognized by your employer’s leadership team. Become an expert in your field. Experts get recognized for their contributions by their communities, industries and employers. Be the person that has read more books, studied more industry reports, attended more training classes and networked with more experts. Become THE expert. 2.     Contribute Content – Product, marketing and sales organizations are always desperate for more content - content that informs, educates, influences, advises and explains. If you contribute content that helps different departments achieve their objectives you will be a hero in the company. 3.     Carry a Load – Step up and take responsibility for tasks and projects and follow through. The world