Join us for our August 10th meeting for a discussion of Meeting to Address Challenges IT Leaders Face in a Changing Technology Landscape with Anthony (Tony) Dyer, Strategy Executive at Accenture. Tony’s interactive presentation will enable an engaging discussion to directly address real-world challenges and concerns that IT leaders face today.
Tony will discuss challenges IT leaders face today and share his experience as a Turn-Around-Leader. He will cover topics, including:
- Transitioning to the business model
- Capex v. opex and conversations with the CFO
- Translating IT service to revenue
- IT = Business = Marketshare = Cost of Sales
- New buying models
- New company roles, including Chief Experience Officer, and Chief Engagement Officer
Tony Dyer is a global executive within Accenture’s Corporate Functions organization who drives the global strategy and operations for the global Ecosystem Products & Services Organization’s Escalation and Performance Management activities. In this role, he leads and directs the supplier escalation and performance management for Accenture’s largest and most strategic suppliers globally. In this capacity, his team supports both internal and client account groups to perform key activities that help maximize value and minimize risk to Accenture when suppliers have been identified as critical components to Accenture’s global solution offerings.
Tony has extensive international and domestic experience in executive leadership, from group President and CIO and consultant roles, in both public and private sectors. Recognized authority and frequent speaker on the strategic application of Information technology to drive revenue growth, service quality, improve production, and cost controls. Proven ability to envision and orchestrate innovative corporate projects requiring high-performance teams, complex business analysis, and timely results. Equally adept at approaching, integrating, and solving problems from a business or technology perspective.
Prior to joining Accenture, Tony worked for General Electric as a global operations leader and prior to General Electric, with the United States Navy; where he served as an Intelligence Officer for twenty years retiring at the rank of Commander. Tony has a Master’s of Business Administration degree from the University of Tampa, Master’s degree in Strategy & Policy from the U.S. Naval War College, Master’s degree in History from Old Dominion University and three Bachelor’s degrees in Economics, History and Political Science from the University of Kentucky.