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George Hogan

George Hogan is senior vice president of Wex International formally Wright Express. Mr. Hogan has served as the general manager of Fleet One and the CIO of Wright Express. Prior to Wex International George held senior and technical positions at Visa International, Unum, and Security Life of Denver. Mr. Hogan has his MBA from Boston University.

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Add Up

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors make sure the numbers add up.

All the Way

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors continually push the vision and the strategy all the way through to the end of the project.

Business Case

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors should start by having a business case.

Business Case Tie Back

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors tie back changes to the business case.

Clear Exception

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors create a clear decision- making process.

Decision Habit

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors have a habit of making sure that their decisions meet the organization’s strategy.

Financial Advisor

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors have a project financial advisor.

Impact

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors know how the project will truly impact the users.

Iterative

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors not wait until the end of the project and just hope it all comes together.

Simpler Things

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors should not forget the simpler things.

Strategy Linkage

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors tie the project back to corporate strategy.

Time Allocation

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors understand their time commitments

Training

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors get training to learn their roles and responsibilities. 

Trust Culture

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors create a culture of trust.

User Time

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors spend some time with the users in their environment.

Who’s on First

George Hogan suggests that executive sponsors need to understand who is making the contributions.

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