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Change Your IT Culture with 5 Core Questions

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The attitudes and perceptions around how IT functions within a company can make the difference between business stagnation and success, affecting how quickly companies can develop and implement new ideas. Evaluating your IT culture and ensuring it provides a productive and positive environment is crucial. At Interop 2018, Peyton Maynard-Koran, senior director of worldwide infrastructure at Whole Foods, offered a list of questions to ask to understand the role of your IT organization and identify areas that can be improved.

>> Read more about Maynard-Koran's talk:
IT Needs to Break Its 'Logo Addiction'

>> Watch the entire keynote presentation:
Peyton Maynard-Koran: The State of Enterprise IT

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