Being a CTO requires wearing many hats at all times. As a tech executive, a CTO represents the company, its technology, vision and values, and is responsible for making and communicating technological decisions. They also have the remit of selecting the tech stack and to enable the engineering team to deliver on the technological promise for the success of the entire company.
For both new and seasoned CTOs, especially in a startup, finding the right balance between thinking and doing can be challenging. What is your key role as a CTO: is it to be able to do technical things, code, design systems or to make strategic choices that drive a company’s technology vision in the long run?
In the latest post, Pragmatic CTO explores effective technical decision making – to read more, head to the https://www.pragmaticcto.tech/blog/making-decisions-as-cto