My Elevator Pitch on Well-Managed Technology

In general, we can conclude that technology is being well managed when it allows users to be more productive than they would be otherwise. Because management includes financial planning, however, well-managed technology balances productivity and expectations with cost, so it does not exceed the capacity of the organizations to fund efforts. Good management requires effective communication among managers and between managers and educators and technicians. This communication includes both collegial interaction and formal and informal systems of feedback.