Gil Pizano
  • West Hartford, CT
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Multifaceted, resourceful management professional with distinguished career supporting IT/IS project rollouts/deployments, quality control/compliance, system implementations, product development/operations, risk mitigation, and resource allocation for leading institutions and high-growth technology infrastructures.

Technological Needs Assessments • Quality Assurance / Compliance • Process Improvement • Revenue Generation/ Management • Strategic Risk Management • Investment Planning & Analysis • Vendor/Client Relations Management • System Development Life Cycle Methodology • ANSI, ITU, ISO, GLBA, HIPAA, CMM Compliance • Project Management • Team Management • MBA
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Why Would Someone Want to be a Leader?

Posted on April 20, 2010 at 10:48pm 0 Comments

It's a question I find myself asking every now and then. Being a leader always comes with it added responsibility in some form or another. Added responsibility because everyone has things they are responsible for in their life. Whether it is their rent or mortgage, grocery bills, school homework, parenthood responsibilities, job responsibilities, you name it. We all have them in some mix. When a person is a leader, added responsibilities come about. With that added pressures, added stress, more… Continue

There is No ‘I’ in Team...But There is an 'M' and an 'E'

Posted on March 18, 2010 at 7:55pm 0 Comments

Every so often I hear business teachers and coaches mention that there is no “I” in the word team. I understand that what is meant by many of them is that one shouldn’t place one’s own needs above that of the team. But all too often some individuals take it to the extreme and basically neglect their own needs in order (as they perceive it) to allow the team to perform at it’s best. This is where the line really needs to be drawn because if one neglects their own needs, then one’s potential…


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