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Joel D. Jacobs

Vice President and Chief Information Officer

The MITRE Corporation

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The MITRE Corporation

202 Burlington Road

Bedford, Massachusetts,01730

United States

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The MITRE Corporation is a not-for-profit organization that operates research and development centers sponsored by the federal government. Our centers support our sponsors with scientific research and analysis, development and acquisition, and systems engineer...more

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SIM Boston Technology Leadership Summit | September 29, 2016

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Joel Jacobs
VP/CIO The MITRE Corporation Joel Jacobs VP/CIO The MITRE Corporation


6 ways to prevent burnout in your IT staff

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Joel Jacobs, vice president and CIO at Mitre, a not-for-profit that operates federally funded research and development centers, expects managers to set realistic timelines and requirements for IT projects.
Certainly, there are times when managers have to make a big push to get something done, and that can make timelines tighter than usual. But he says hearing managers acknowledge that they're asking for some stretch goals helps people understand the extra work is neither the norm nor an ongoing demand. Mitre Corp. Joel Jacobs He explains: "I know my staff works a lot of hours, but we're careful in recognizing when [a project] will take a big push for a finite amount of time. Jacobs says the schedule shake-up seemed to boost the worker's morale, which is why Jacobs promotes such workplace variety. "Grinding away on one thing too long is exhausting," Jacobs says. "Moving people from project to project, from organization to organization, from topic to topic really refreshes people, and when they return to where they were, they have a different perspective." Jacobs says his workers have several ways to change up their routines. They can seek out new positions at Mitre, temporarily work in other divisions when needs arise, or propose new ways of working within their existing responsibilities if they see ways to bring higher efficiency or higher capability to those processes. "It's really about getting people to think about where they can get more leverage," he says, adding that encouraging opportunities where employees step out of normal routines is good for the employees' psyches as well as for the organization as a whole. "An enterprise that inspires IT, along with the rest of the company, to bring their best reaps a lot of advantages," he says, "while those that allow their employees to burn out will lose in the long run."


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Joel Jacobs
Mr. Joel Jacobs is vice president and chief information officer of The MITRE Corporation. He leads the Center for Information and Technology (CI&T), the organization providing comprehensive information technology, corporate communications, knowledge management, and enterprise architecture services to the corporation. As CIO, Mr. Jacobs is responsible for advancing IT services, including technology adoption, infrastructure operations, and the use of information technologies that enable MITRE staff to effectively serve the company's government customers. Read more about Joel Jacobs


Influencing Change for Nimble Global Risk Mitigation

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SEC Emeritus Faculty, Dean Correia, Francis D'Addario (formerly Wal-Mart Canada and Starbucks Coffee, respectively) with Joel Jacobs, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, MITRE.


Jeff Markley Presents Boston CIO of the Year Award | Markley

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The honor went to Marilyn Daly, CIO and VP of Operations at Neighborhood Health Plan, who was nominated alongside an impressive and equally-deserving group of executives including: Joel Jacobs, CIO and VP at MITRE; Dan Moriarty, CIO at Atrius Health; Debra Orr, CIO at Simmons College; and Mark Staples, VP and CIO at Wentworth Institute of Technology.


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