Jonathan Reichental

President

Information Management forum

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Industry: Technology
Location: Roswell, Georgia, United States
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About Jonathan Reichental

A multiple award-winning technology leader whose 30-year career has spanned both the private and public sectors. In 2017, named a top 100 chief information officer (CIO) in the world and in 2016 was named one of the top 20 most influential CIO’s in the United States.

Recognized as a global thought leader on a number of emerging trends including the fourth industrial revolution, urban innovation, the future of cities, and blockchain technology. In 2013 he was recognized as one of the 25 doers, dreamers, and drivers in government in America. His innovative work in government has also been acknowledged by the White House.

Adjunct professor at several universities including University of California, Berkeley, and University of San Francisco. A popular writer and educator producing several highly successful online courses with LinkedIn Learning. Co-authored The Apps Challenge Playbook and a frequent public speaker on a wide range of technology and business-related topics. Co-hosts the popular podcast, Drinking Wine Talking Tech. His new book on Smart Cities can be found here: 

Jonathan Reichental

President

Information Management forum

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Industry: Technology
Location: Roswell, Georgia, United States
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Jonathan Reichental

President

Information Management forum

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Industry: Technology
Location: Roswell, Georgia, United States
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Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas Recommended Jonathan Reichental

Jonathan and I have been worked together on two recent international smart cities’ conference panels. He brings a wealth of experience from his practical city digital leadership experience, the breath of his academic contributions and his advisory and investment work.

Jonathan’s great skill is using engaging and relevant insights to describe smart city progress, and to communicate these in an effective and entertaining way. He’s clearly innovative, pragmatic and great value to work with.

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Patrick O'Brien

Patrick O'Brien Recommended Jonathan Reichental

Jonathan joined IT Field Service team at PwC to assist drive to automate audits and enhance value to PwC external client network primarily in Florida. He very quickly built relationships with key leaders in the Partnership and also with IT Champions, who he empowered through training and demonstrating how the automation added value to clients. He moved into Leadership role and became an expert in answering questions and solving problems not just for IT staff but also for practice staff who earned fees for the business. He also promoted great balance in directing IT staff and professional teams to use the most efficient solution path, which was a centralized Help Desk or specialized teams within IT service groups. This allowed him to be very effective and efficient in working on the most critical issues facing IT Field Services at all times. Bottom line is he put a very pleasant face on the changing face of operations at PwC using IT as a primary Knowledge Core Competency Management tool and this enabled PwC to advance in the region in a very strategic competitive and effective manner. At the same time Jonathan took time after work to study and gain his college degrees that would help him to accelerate his career further as he looked to take on more challenging assignments. It was a great experience to work beside Jonathan and I have no doubt that his present and future success will benefit whatever organization he is engaged by to deliver top both results to it's many constituent groups.

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Ted Williams

Ted Williams Recommended Jonathan Reichental

I just read Jonathan's IMF report from a Web Forum in which he presented on Managing IT Innovation for Business Value: http://theimf.com/index.php?id=38&reportID=917
It is a tremendously informative and thought provoking report, Jonathan posses the following dilemma to IT leaders "14% of innovations are radical & produce 61% of profits. Then why are 86% of innovation resources focused on incremental improvements?"
Definitely on my recommended reading list.

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