5 Things You Should Know about Dells Chief Innovation Officer Jim Stikeleather

Nov 04, 2015

Florida Polytechnic University is hosting #STEMTalks, a Google+ Hangout, at 7 p.m. on November 12, 2015 titled, “Ask Me Anything: Chief Innovation Officer.” The Hangout features Jim Stikeleather, Chief Innovation Officer of Dell who will discuss topics relating to future trends in STEM and emerging technology in computer engineering and IT.

Here are the top five things you should know about Jim Stikeleather before joining the Hangout on November 12th.

  1. Stikeleather has over 25 years of expertise in the field of information and communication technologies. He has designed, developed and implemented these technologies to help businesses and institutions succeed.
  2. Organizations worldwide rely on Stikeleather’s knowledge of digital infrastructures, evaluation of emerging technologies and strategic guidance on their applications to solve real-world challenges.
  3. Stikeleather is quoted as saying, “For an idea to be innovative, it has to be forward-thinking, viable, sustainable and valuable.”
  4. Prior to Dell, Stikeleather was the founder of the Technical Resource Connection (TRC), which was acquired by Perot Systems in 1996.
  5. Stikeleather is the current Chief Innovation Officer at Dell Services where he leads a team of information and technology experts who evaluate and assess potential new technologies and processes to address today’s business challenges.


Do you have a question for Dell’s Chief Innovation Officer? Start tweeting your questions using the hashtag, #STEMTalks or RSVP now through the event page.