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  1. 1. Leveraging the Cloud to Deliver a Culture of Innovation Douglas Menefee Enterprise CIO Advisor @douglobb dmenefee@amazon.com
  2. 2. Recovering Chief Information Officer, energetic leader, and obsessive cloud computing advocate 2013 Benefits 2005 100% on-premise 90% Cloud based Drivers: • Agility & Continuity • Scaling • Mobile • Innovation Results: 300% growth in Revenue 466% growth in Patients Served Diversified from 1 service line to 5
  3. 3. Region Edge Location Over 1 million active customers across 190 countries 900+ government agencies 3,400+ educational institutions 11 regions 28 availability zones 53 edge locations Everyday, AWS adds enough new server capacity to support Amazon.com when it was a $7 billion global enterprise. Amazon Web Services Enterprise CIO Advisor
  4. 4. Today isn’t about me or Amazon. It is about you. Your Company Your Customers Your Industry
  5. 5. Today is about reframing the “Cloud Strategy” conversation from a technology debate into a business leadership opportunity to better enable organizations.
  6. 6. Past • Hardware & Software • Custom code/Programming • Departmental solutions • HelpDesk • Closed Systems Now • Data Center Management • Addressing legacy code • Data governance • Security & Compliance • Enterprise standards • Mobility • Traverses every aspect of business • Philosophical division around cloud computing • Outsource management 2020 • Leadership alignment on business and culture imperatives • Fluid business objectives • Increased empowerment of business decision makers • Multiple user experiences • Hardware/processing viewed as a utility • Business enablement with flexible enterprise standards • Increased agility w/ shorter cycle times • Applying technology instead of creating customization • Disposable technology • Massive datasets from multiple sources A paradigm shift is occurring:
  7. 7. “Earth's Most Customer Centric Company” Leaders clearly understand and articulate how they directly or indirectly impact their company’s MISSION.
  8. 8. Leaders embrace and influence their company’s overarching business objectives. • Agility • Flexibility • Elasticity • Cost Reductions • Alignment • Availability • Security • Innovation
  9. 9. To address this ever evolving paradigm, it is critical for all levels of IT to emerge from the shadows of our predecessors and lead a new approach to solving business challenges through innovation.
  10. 10. For large enterprises, embracing the mission and being aligned with business objectives is sometimes easier said than done.
  11. 11. Evolution of the Enterprise
  12. 12. Leaders are leveraging the .
  13. 13. On-Premises Resources Cloud Resources Integration (“Hybrid”) Corporate Data Centers The Cloud Isn’t An All-or-Nothing Choice
  14. 14. C-suite: Leadership, vision, enterprise communications, business objectives Adjacent Departments: Collaboration with finance, HR, legal, risk, & LOB decision makers Info Security & Compliance: Proactive approval of policies and procedures. Core & LOB IT teams: Gap analysis, change management, investigation, acquire cloud experienced talent Individual member of IT: Individual exploration and embraced contribution to the vision
  15. 15. Prioritization Teamwork Organizational awareness Problem solving Self-awareness Proactivity Influence Decision making Learning agility Technical expertise Leaders are building the next generation of employees by focusing their staff on a diverse set of new skills.
  16. 16. Perspective Change How to deliver? Risk Tolerant When to deliver? Active Engagement Who to engage? Mission Obsessed Why to invest? Benefit of Department Operational Experience Immediate Adjacency Cross Section Solution Description Technical Design Core Competencies In the business of? Tactical Strategic Execution Individual Goals Company Results Departmental Focus Enterprise ValueCurrent State People Process Technology Envisioned State Mission focused Business Aligned Strategic Dynamic To drive a culture of innovation, leaders realize they have to let go of the past.
  17. 17. Letting go of the past is the hardest part of any type of transformation. Embrace The Mission 1 Business Objectives 2 Drive Change 3 Let Go 4 Drive change through transparent broad reaching proactive conversations with multiple stakeholders. Embrace and influence the overarching business objectives which need to be accomplished. Clearly understand and articulate how technology directly or indirectly impact the mission of your company. Words to Action 5 Apply business value as the primary driver to the journey. Reframe your “Cloud Strategy” conversation from a technology debate into a business leadership opportunity.
  18. 18. Learning from each other Douglas Menefee Enterprise CIO Advisor @douglobb dmenefee@amazon.com How has adoption of the cloud helped you become a better leader? What impact has cloud adoption had on the culture of your organization? What has been the greatest obstacle to overcome as it relates to cloud adoption?

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