The Moneyball CIO – Learning the Science of Decision Making

IT can often feel like an unwinnable game, with limited resources, changing priorities, multiple stakeholders and increased demands. Too often, IT leaders must make decisions with insufficient information and without knowing the true effect on the business.

This presentation will walk you through three drivers of business satisfaction, and help IT leaders navigate a world in which:

  • Only 28% of Business Leaders are satisfied with the performance of IT
  • 67% of CIOs are not aligned with executives on the role of IT

The framework aims to remove the guesswork from what makes the business happy and predict the impact of key decisions.


Matthew Mandich is Vice President Commercial Strategy & Sales with Info-Tech, where he develops sales strategy and commercial teams across Info-Tech.

Matthew has with extensive experience in assisting organizations take new approaches to managing the IT organization with a focus on data driven performance management. He brings over 10 years of IT experience across research, management consulting and advisory. Prior to joining Info-Tech, Matthew was worked in Canada’s Operations & Logistics group at BMW Group focusing on analytics and forecasting. Matthew brings value as a business solution architect where his unique blend of consulting and operating experience helps build pragmatic solutions to complex IT problems. Matthew holds an Honors Distinction HBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario with a focus on financial & economics.

Matthew Mandich, The Moneyball CIO – Learning the Science of Decision Making


Mar 21 2018


4:15 pm - 6:00 pm


The Albany Club, 91 King Street East (near King/Yonge subway), Toronto, ON M5C 1G3.

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