Atticus Tysen initially framed his challenges in technical terms.
“I thought we had a technical problem, and that was why we couldn’t get new products out fast enough. I thought the company had too many systems, and that the systems were too brittle, and if we just fixed them, we’d be OK,” he says.
That was back in 2013, when he became CIO at Intuit after 12 years working on the product side at the software company.
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