Mike Gotta is a Research Vice President for collaboration, employee communications, and social software at Gartner. He has 40 years of experience in the IT industry, with over 20 of those years spent as an Industry Analyst advising business and IT strategists on collaboration, employee communications, and social software.
Mr. Gotta has a deep focus on the business, cultural and technology aspects of team collaboration, employee communities, and employee communications for traditional office workers, frontline workers, and remote staff. He also helps organizations apply Gartner's ACME framework to identify and rationalize a portfolio of digital workplace productivity applications.
Before rejoining Gartner, Mr. Gotta was a Senior Technology Solutions Manager for Social Collaboration at Cisco.
Before Cisco, Mr. Gotta worked at Burton Group and Meta Group covering topics related to enterprise social networking and collaboration.
Senior Technology Solution Marketing Manager, Social Collaboration
Senior VP & Principal Analyst
Digital Workplace Strategy
Digital Workplace Applications
B.A., Economics, Western New England College
1How do I put together a collaboration strategy for the digital workplace?
2How do I put together an employee communications strategy that spans office and frontlinr workers?
3What are the IT application, platform, and architectural issues for collaboration and social software strategies?
4What emerging technologies, like AI, should I be tracking to improve collaborative work?
5What approaches work best to handle organizational change to improve collaboration and communication?