Dan Roberts

Dan Roberts has authored and is a contributing author of numerous books. His latest, Unleashing the Power of IT and Confessions of a Successful CIO, were on Amazon's list of top rated books for months, and are being leveraged by IT Leadership Teams as a model for moving IT up the maturity curve.

Dan is a frequent keynote speaker and panel moderator at industry conferences and corporate events. He has a passion for bringing CIOs together to learn and benefit from one another's experiences.

As the CEO of Ouellette & Associates Consulting, Inc. (O&A), Dan leads the firm known since 1984 for "Developing the Human Side of Technology." His team, along with a cadre of strategic partners, have helped more than 3,500 IT organizations build high performing world class cultures, acquire, assess and develop the new core competencies necessary for success, and manage talent risk through knowledge transfer.

CIOs take on the talent imperative

4 strategies for retaining IT talent

4 strategies for retaining IT talent

Author and career development expert Bev Kaye shares her best advice for inspiring, motivating, and keeping top performers.

4 attributes of future-ready IT leaders

4 attributes of future-ready IT leaders

In these turbulent times, one thing is certain, say top CIOs: What got you here won't get you there.

What CEOs want in a CIO: A strategic business partner

What CEOs want in a CIO: A strategic business partner

Research shows that CEOs are looking to CIOs to drive transformation and business strategy. Are you ready to step up?

How (and why) great CIOs lead through teaching

How (and why) great CIOs lead through teaching

Accidental learning delivers accidental results. Here's how six CIOs avoid that trap by leading through teaching.

Solving IT's looming leadership crisis

Solving IT's looming leadership crisis

IT leaders are failing the next generation, but a one-on-one approach — at scale — can make the difference.

Creating the IT culture you need

Creating the IT culture you need

Re-engineering your culture requires developing new core skills. Learn how three CIOs are tackling IT transformation from a human perspective.

The new core competencies IT must master

The new core competencies IT must master

The technical skills that earned you a seat at the table won't earn you a voice at the table. A new set of skills is essential for high-level IT success.

The CIO’s chief of staff: A force multiplier

The CIO’s chief of staff: A force multiplier

CIOs can’t do everything themselves. They need someone to help manage strategy and innovation. Enter the chief of staff.

How CIOs become visionary communicators

How CIOs become visionary communicators

The best CIOs give their communications leaders a seat at the table, partnering with them to improve their own communications and the IT team’s communications.

How CIOs communicate success — and elevate their game

How CIOs communicate success — and elevate their game

Communication – whether internal or external – is a key part of the CIO’s job. A strategic partner in this effort is the IT communications lead.

CIOs create a STEM Advantage, develop program to cultivate IT talent

CIOs create a STEM Advantage, develop program to cultivate IT talent

A group of CIOs couldn’t find the IT talent they needed, so they created a program to encourage and prepare women and underserved communities to pursue STEM careers through paid internships.

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