"Graham Binks's book, Trusting Technology, is exactly what is needed for leaders today. Back in 2006, when we conducted research on the 'Leader of the Future,' being technologically savvy was identified as a needed skill set. This is a great source for adding this skill if you are in a leadership position."
– Marshall Goldsmith, New York Times #1 Bestselling Author of "Triggers," "Mojo," and "What Got You Here Won't Get You There"
“Technology has shifted from an operational tool running in the background to a powerful engine that generates fresh value. Trusting Technology brings together business, technology, and customer conversations using simple, powerful frameworks that focus on what matters most: growing your business. Take a step-by-step journey to identify real opportunities, explore meaningful alternatives, create smart solutions, and align your team to follow through on inspired solutions. These are the essential tools of modern technology strategy. They will help you cut through complexity and harness the right technologies for your business.”
– Tom Wujec, Author, Technologist and Design Thinker
“Whenever we have hired Graham, he’s broken down complexity and shone a light on the simple path forward. Now he’s pulled that off in a book!”
– Sean Smith, CEO, PetHealth Inc—A Fairfax Company
“Technology offers a path to building a better business. When we understand how to use it, we can find the right balance between innovation and keeping the lights on. Trusting Technology provides valuable insights on translating between business and technology, avoiding the pitfalls, and to finding your path to success."
– Glenn Laverty, President and CEO, Ricoh Canada Inc and SVP Strategy, Ricoh North America
“Technology doesn’t drive change, it enables it, and success with business technology requires a rich blend of disciplines including buy in and oversight starting with the CEO down. In Trusting Technology, Graham has laid out an invaluable blueprint for change, a learning mindset, the generation of insight, and capturing intellectual property. When we put our trust in people, we usually know what we’re getting. If we are to put our trust in technology, we need this depth and breadth."
– Hazel Wheldon, CEO, Multi-Health Systems Inc (MHS)