The leadership of University Technology Services is responsible for the execution of the mission and strategic plan. The team provides leadership with regards to technical direction, systems/network architecture, resource allocation, vendor contacts, risk assessment, capacity planning, strategic planning, budget, project coordination, standards, and staff development.
Leadership values are important for our organization to be successful. The CIO's leadership philosophy has these values:Leadership is collaborative and participatory, and I value the contributions of individuals and teams to achieving our goals. I value dedication and commitment to organizational goals and to personal achievement. I value core competencies that include five orientations: technology, service, change, communication, and strategic thinking. We need to be more than good technologists; we need to develop competencies in all orientations. I value seeking excellence and creativity in every action, task, and project. I value personal accountability: initiative, self-motivation, self-sufficiency, and productivity. I value demonstrated professional ethics and integrity: honesty, respect, fairness, and discretion.
- Theresa Rowe