2019: What a Year!

2019 has seen sweeping growth in high tech, especially in the realms of digital transformation products and strategies. As part of that journey, in recent years, technologists have been giving more thought to how technology communicates with its users and vice versa. Looking ahead, 2020 will be the year in which technology will craft more experiences around the way humans want to behave on specific digital channels. Technology also continues to democratize the workplace, facilitating greater diversity in our ranks. I look forward to sharing more about all of these shifts in the coming year — and new decade!

Looking back on 2019, here is where I shared my thought leadership:

On Forbes:

The Growth and Potential of AI

Five Ways to Harness the Entrepreneurial Spirit at Your Company

Want to Satisfy Your Customers? Focus on Digital Transformation — and on Your Employees

Transitioning to a Cloud-First World: Considerations for CIOs

On Fast Company:

How my Gender-Neutral Upbringing Made Me a Better Leader

On HR.com:

The Key to Boosting Employee Engagement: A Seamless Communications Experience

How to Implement Tech Perks for an Engaged Workforce

Compare the Cloud:

The Power and Promise of AI in the Coming Year and Beyond

On LinkedIn:

Communication of Things: Embracing a New Era of Collaboration

New RingCentral Survey Exposes Risk of Disjointed Communications Technologies

Building Your Career Curriculum: The Later Years

 

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About Kira Makagon

Kira Makagon is a successful serial entrepreneur and tech industry leader. A graduate of UC Berkeley with both an undergraduate degree in computer science and an MBA, she enjoys sharing her lessons learned from being a veteran “only woman in the room.” Kira's recent awards and recognitions include the following: 2015 YWCA Silicon Valley Tribute to Women Award 2015 Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards Named to Silicon Valley Business Journal Women of Influence in 2015 Named to SF Business Times Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business for 2015 and 2016 2016 Bay Area CIO Awards finalist

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