In 2002 Jan Amtoft - the global CIO at industry giant Rockwool - arrived at an important decision: He wanted to become a great manager.
Not just good. But great.
It was and still is a bold ambition. Especially so in the IT-industry were bits, bytes, shiny new hardware, and daring "take no prisoners" managers normally seize all the attention.
But none of the innovation we take for granted happens without the right employes. The same employees that most companies spend millions of dollars to recruit, train, and motivate.
So please join us as we together with Jan Amtoft explores what it means to be a great manager in the fast-moving it-industry - and what that vision means for the digitalization of Rockwool.
Hosts: Jesper Schleimann, Digital Transformation Officer, EMEA North at SAP and Lars Jacobsen, Editor-in-chief of Computerworld Denmark
Podcast website: Computerworld.dk/theedge