Recently Intetics Inc. President and CEO, Boris Kontsevoi, has been accepted into the Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only community for world-class CIOs, CTOs and technology executives.
The invitation-only community provides members with exclusive benefits as well as the opportunity to share and exchange viewpoints on industry important topics. Leveraging this, Mr. Konstevoi has launched the article series.
“Six Considerations For Leadership Before Implementing A CoE” has become the first piece in the article series. It covers the idea the Intetics is currently working on – Centers of Excellence. In the article, Mr. Kontsevoi says,
”The idea of leveraging the power of centers of excellence (CoEs) has occupied the minds of many business owners. The long lists of benefits and advantages promise unseen success on the market and customer loyalty. However, behind those shiny perspectives stand two major questions: How do we implement the CoEs? How do we make them work?
The questions are not trivial. A company creates CoEs on top of existing activities, and there are many ways to do that. A lot depends on the company, employees who participate in the CoE and company needs. Yet, there are six components that form the backbone of the whole concept.”
Publishing articles on Forbes is a chance to establish yourself as a leader in the tech community. As Mr. Konstevoi mentioned, “Using the Forbes platform, we can share the ideas, challenges, trends and be sure they reach the right audience. My special thanks to the Forbes team. They do their best to help the members leverage the opportunity of being the Forbes Technology Council thought leader.”
The new article is about to come.
Read the full article here.