Three Questions to a CTO
I’m not a CTO of Radity anymore, but I trust that it will succeed more in the future. One of my old coworkers asked me some questions to understand what I was doing in this position. To remember it later, I wanted to share the questions and my answers here.
What are the most critical three needs and goals of a CTO?
To ensure that the IT organization does business uninterruptedly and efficiently.
To follow the news about IT and integrate the tools if there’s something new to facilitate its operation.
To save the company know-how in safe and up-to-date, and help the new coworkers to adapt to their teams quickly.
In what topic did you have the most problems?
I’m having a problem contacting the correct people. I always have to keep my network up-to-date for that.
What kinds of tasks do you have?
I have to work continuously to reach my goals what I told in the first question. On the other side, I’m always talking with my coworkers to discover their potentials and evaluate them in the correct projects or tasks. I love to share my ideas with them; I listen to their thoughts about my decisions and consider their ideas when I decide on something new that affects the culture and future of the company.