Navigating Infrastructure Obstacles and Increasing Automation
Online teaching has seen a spike in popularity since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. As with many other companies within the tech industry, the need for virtual learning in every home has accelerated the industry’s digital transition from teachers teaching at physical locations to a completely remote setting—a situation riddled with obstacles such as unreliable wifi for teachers and increasing automation.
What we talked about:
- The Really Great Teacher Company Explained
- Ryan’s Differentiated Journey to CTO
- The Needs of the Client & Day-to-Day Operations
- How the Day-to-Day Goals Are Achieved by the Team
- Tech Industry Improvements & COVID-19 Changes
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Ryan’s Differentiated Journey to CTO
While the professional journeys of many CTOs can be comparable, Ryan stands out as he was originally a medical physicist working in cancer treatment. Even though the physicist position was highly rewarding, it was very specialized and too narrow for Ryan’s career aspirations.
After taking an opportunity to study in the UK, Ryan received his master’s degree and went to work in London for data analytics.
Later, after time with Altius, a specialist data analytics and AI consultancy, Ryan found his place at The Really Great Teacher Company.
Although the path to CTO differs from the stereotypical, Ryan assures that his path was a conscious decision.
- If you deliver a good service, you know, if people are happy with your product, there's, there's a bit of stickiness to that.”- Ryan Lamb
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