Steve Mallard wins IT innovation leadership award – IT Leadership Award winners showcase leadership innovation

The SearchCIO-Midmarket 2012 Customer Experience/Integration award is given to a leader who has made strides in building customer relationships and enhancing the experience of the external customer.

We are thrilled to announce that Steve Mallard, IT manager and teacher at the Tennessee Technology Center at Shelbyville, is the recipient of the Customer Experience/Integration award. We sat down with Mallard to hear his thoughts on IT innovation leadership in thisSearchCIO-Midmarket.com exclusive CIO podcast.

Steve Mallard wins IT innovation leadership award – IT Leadership Award winners showcase leadership innovation.

The interview-
“Future technology leaders get top-speed, top-notch tutelage“- SearchCIO TechTarget 

“Now, teaching students, it covers everything — mobile devices, different programs, wireless, the advance of Web 2.0, the Internet and the plethora of every type of technology you can imagine. These students have their work cut out for them,” Mallard said. “Students have to be versatile and willing to learn at an accelerated rate, and have to absorb so much information. For them, the learning will never end.” (See Link Above)

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About TCAT Shelbyville IT Department

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology - is one of 46 institutions in the Tennessee Board of Regents System, the seventh largest system of higher education in the nation. This system comprises six universities, fourteen community colleges, and twenty-six Applied Technology Colleges.
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5 Responses to Steve Mallard wins IT innovation leadership award – IT Leadership Award winners showcase leadership innovation

  1. Ramblinrick says:

    Steve,

    Your hard work and dedication continues to pay off… Congratulations!

    Rick

  2. Avondale says:

    Congrats Thats Awesome!!

  3. Carleton says:

    Congrats Steve. You truly deserve these types of honors. I hope you know what your class meant to me me.

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