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Building a Tech Team

Technology teams: complex monsters that can make or break a company. This course explores how to build a tech team based on where you are from startup to enterprise, from no one to a full team. You’ll learn what job functions are necessary in a tech team, when to implement them and how to leverage existing resources to get the most for your investment.

At the end of this class, you’ll know how to mix your team, grow your team and work with partners to get the most value for business and growth.

Is This for Me?

This class is for everyone, including (and especially) non-tech-minded business people who are thinking about growing a technology team or improving their existing technology program.


By the end of this class, students will be able to:

  • Understand the components of a technology team.
  • Understand how and when to implement various tech team competencies.
  • Understand how & when to work with external vendors to grow your team without the extended overhead of a hire.


  • Management experience would be helpful but not required. I’m assuming the students have little to no technical knowledge. (We will have a “What is a developer” discussion).


This workshop will be held at Betamore’s City Garage campus at 101 W. Dickman Street, Baltimore, MD 21230. Parking is available onsite.


If you are looking for additional information on workshop details from the instructor, please don’t hesitate to email

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    Wed, Aug 23rd

    8:30am – 11:30am

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    Tim Kulp

    Senior Consultant and Architect at Mind Over Machines

    Tim has a long history of leading and growing technology teams. With experience ranging from a local school board to Fortune 15 enterprise, he brings an understanding of how culture and industry drive team composition. In his career, Tim has grown small local development teams at FrontierMEDEX and built global enterprise technology groups with UnitedHealthcare Global. When not working with direct reports, Tim looks for opportunities to grow team members through mentoring on topics ranging from technology to presentations.

    Currently Tim is a Senior Consultant & Architect at Mind Over Machines helping clients envision and implement their digital transformations. When not working with clients Tim is a frequent contributor to publications like MSDN Magazine covering topics from web development to mixed reality application design. Outside of the technology world Tim loves exploring imaginary worlds through drawing, writing and digital photography.

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