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Cognivo Shortlisted for Two HFM US Technology Awards 2020

Cognivo Shortlisted for Two HFM US Technology Awards 2020

GREENWICH, Connecticut January 7, 2020 | Excerpt from PRNewswire     HFM Global, a world-leading hedge fund manager's association, has announced its short list of nominees for the 2019 US Technology awards. Greenwich-based Cognivo was one of a handful of companies to earn multiple nominations from HFM's leading hedge fund industry publication, HFMWeek. This annual US Technology Award seeks to recognize hedge fund products and...

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Secrets of a Successful Chief Technology Officer: #3 — Understand Your Employees

Secrets of a Successful Chief Technology Officer: #3 — Understand Your Employees

One of the most compelling tasks as a Chief Data Officer, or anyone in a management position, is learning how to best work with your employees. You can get any degree, certification, or obtain expertise in a skillset, but it will not prepare you for dealing with others. It will, also, not warn you of how diverse and complex people are, and that they all have specific objectives for their jobs and careers. Getting to know your employees and what...

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Secrets of a Successful Chief Technology Officer: #2 — Be a Master of Prioritization

Secrets of a Successful Chief Technology Officer: #2 — Be a Master of Prioritization

Defining a technology roadmap for your company is your main task as Chief Data Officer. In order to do this, you must determine the priority of ongoing projects and project requests. Factors that help in this process include identifying return on investment (ROI), technology resource allocation, interdisciplinary guidance, and management approval. Once you have these key factors down, it will become more streamlined for you to build out...

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Secrets of a Successful Chief Technology Officer: #1 — Be Well Informed

Secrets of a Successful Chief Technology Officer: #1 — Be Well Informed

As a Chief Data Officer, it may seem like a daunting task to know the ins and outs of every project your employees are working on. This is not to say you need to know all the details, but you need to know the trajectory of a certain project or the workings of a certain software service being utilized. For example, an employee is working on implementing live chat to your e-commerce website. Do you need to know that the service is implemented...

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