Michael Bertha

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Michael Bertha is a Managing Director at Metis Strategy, a strategy and management consulting firm specializing in the intersection of business strategy and technology. Michael is the Head of the firm's Central Office, where he advises Fortune 500 CIOs and Digital executives on the role that technology plays in differentiating the customer experience, developing new products & services, unlocking new business models, and improving organizational operations. Prior to joining Metis Strategy, Michael spent 9 years in the IT Strategy practice at Deloitte Consulting, where he focused on working with senior leadership teams across several industries on strategic, IT-enabled business transformations. Michael has an MBA from Cornell University, and a master’s degree in the Management of IT from the University of Virginia.

Solving the IT capacity conundrum: 4 steps to data-driven expectation management

Precision transformation starts with a wide-angle lens

Precision transformation starts with a wide-angle lens

These 5 steps can help you capture big-picture transformation needs and execute on the things that really matter.

3 ways for CIOs to improve their positioning with AI

3 ways for CIOs to improve their positioning with AI

Artificial intelligence is changing the pace at which CIOs can achieve an enviable position on their leadership teams

AI-first or nothing

AI-first or nothing

5 steps to AI transformation and survival

Crossing the project-to-product chasm

Crossing the project-to-product chasm

Most IT organizations have honed their ability to deliver projects when the scope and desired outcome are static, but struggle when priorities shift or are not clearly defined. Several leading IT organizations have turned to...

Creating a new funding model for product-based IT

Creating a new funding model for product-based IT

Shifting from project-based funding to product team-based funding is a major cultural and operational change – but can result in better relationships with business partners, and less expensive, more efficient ways to deliver...

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