Get a group of CTOs in a room, ask them about the work they did last week, and you’ll get wildly differing lists of roles and responsibilities.
Some will tell you how they helped their team pick a new CRM solution that’s already showing better customer engagement. Others will tell you how they made dozens of Git commits to the MVP of their startup. Others yet will explain how they uncovered a value proposition that’s going to help attract a whole new customer segment.
What exactly is going on here?
Here’s the deal. What a CTO does in an organization