Oklahoma City University and the Future Point of View consulting firm will host a workshop July 22 and 23 to teach top-level company leaders about digital plumbing in making strategic decisions. Digital plumbing is information technology infrastructure and flow of data.
Whether working in marketing, operations, sales, accounting or product development, the ability to architect winning strategies involving technology is dependent on a working knowledge of digital plumbing. This allows leaders to literally blueprint how technology will be applied to raise top-line revenue and lower bottom-line costs.
Scott Klososky, former CEO of three successful technology startup companies and principal at FPOV, will lead the workshop titled “Understanding Digital Plumbing” in the Meinders School of Business at N.W. 27th Street and McKinley Avenue.
Klososky has been a guest speaker at workshops around the world and is known for his engaging and innovative presentations. He has published three books and works with senior executives of corporations, nonprofit organizations and universities to help them learn practical ways of using technology.