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Michael Doyle, Founder and Managing Director of DTech Advisors,

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Michael Doyle

Michael Doyle

Mike Doyle is the Founder and Managing Director of DTech Advisors. Mr. Doyle has over 35 years of experience as an Information Technology executive leading organizational change, technology strategy development, program management, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures. His core expertise is in driving change to increase the value of his clients’ technology assets through process, organizational, governance and technology management.  In addition to working with clients, Mr. Doyle teaches in the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University.

Mr. Doyle has been advising organizations on technology matters for over 15 years.  He has held interim senior Information Technology roles, advising senior management, boards and private equity owners.   Mr. Doyle has experience across a broad range of industries including manufacturing and service organizations.   He understands the impact that technology and process has on an organization.  He has successfully helped his client organizations navigate technology change and improve the value of their technology assets. 

Website:  Email:  midoyle@outlook.com

Recent Articles By Michael Doyle

Too many entrepreneurs assume that the words “Management” and “Leadership” are interchangeable. They are not.  It is especially important for entrepreneurs to understand the differences because of the different roles they must take on to build successful ventures. It is important...