Leading the Charge on a New Tomorrow
August 28, 2013
Hosted by Sanjog Aul
A business is NOT just in business to make money. Executives can fall back on the long standing tenants of capitalism and answer only to shareholders and Wall Street, but in the reality we should live in, a business has an obligation to its customers, to its employees and to the world in which it lives. In a volatile economy and shaky job market, thinking about long term benefits to the country and the altruistic deeds we aspire to are as important now as ever. So who will lead the charge? What choices will shake up the institutions and strive not just for higher profits but a better tomorrow?
CIO Talk Network
Wednesday at 7 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Business Channel
Technology is only as good as its execution. On “CTN: CIO Talk Network”, Sanjog Aul interviews CIOs, CTOs, and other decision makers about their insights in dealing with technology. Learn directly from these subject matter experts how to get the best returns out of your investments in IT. Know ahead of time, what problems and challenges you face in executing IT strategies in the real world. If you are a technology manager, consultant, or advisor, you cannot afford to miss out on what today’s technology thought leaders have to say about today's most urgent IT issues. Listen to “CTN: CIO Talk Network,” with Sanjog Aul, every Wednesday, at 7 AM Pacific (10 AM Eastern) right here on the bottom line in business talk – VoiceAmerica Business.
Sanjog Aul is a Certified Information Systems Auditor and the Executive Vice President with AVVAL, an Oakbrook, IL based professional services firm providing IT staffing and outsourcing services. With educational background in Computer Science and extensive consulting experience in IT Management and Implementation, Sanjog is known to dig deeper into current and chronic technology management/implementation issues to find the root cause. During his career, Sanjog has helped numerous businesses learn how to use technology for competitive advantage.