Joel McLean, the founder and president of Info-Tech Research Group, focuses on developing methodologies that allow companies to bridge the gap between business and technology.
After graduating from the Richard Ivey School of Business in 1995, Joel spent two years teaching financial and management accounting at the Richard Ivey School of Business. In 1997, to meet the unique IT needs of medium-sized organizations, he founded the Info-Tech Research Group. Info-Tech's divisions include IT advisory services and education, as well as strategic IT consulting.
Joel's team provides strategic technology direction and advice to more than 15,000 companies across North America and the U.K. Info-Tech Research Group was recognized as one of Canada's 50 fastest-growing startups in 2002.
Joel is involved with a variety of community programs, including serving on the Richard Ivey School of Business alumni board of directors. He is also the division chair of Technology for the United Way and vice chair for its London IT Advisory Council.
As a balance to his work life and community involvement, Joel enjoys traveling and is a passionate skier.