GoodHabitz appoints Israel Roldán as chief of staff to drive AI and tech initiatives

GoodHabitz appoints Israel Roldán as chief of staff to drive AI and tech initiatives, strengthening the firm's commitment to operational effectiveness.
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Digital learning provider GoodHabitz has appointed Israel Roldán as its chief of staff. This new role underscores the company’s commitment to operational effectiveness and its AI and technology journey.

The role aims to foster collaboration and drive strategic initiatives across the company, focusing on AI and data. Roldán, an expert in engineering management, web architecture, software development, strategic communications, and product development, will advise the GoodHabitz leadership team and leverage data and insights to boost workflow, teamwork, and strategic outcomes.

Roldán said: “In the past two years, we’ve expanded our strategic initiatives across the company, enhancing our product offerings and customer engagement. Moving from the engineering leadership team to chief of staff, my role is to ensure initiatives are implemented effectively across all departments, supporting our overarching goal of driving organisations forward by empowering their employees with personal, high-impact learning journeys.

“One of our company’s key objectives is to help our people – and our clients’ people – to develop. It’s what all our work focuses on. Pivotal to this position, and engineering roles generally, is to connect seemingly disconnected efforts and initiatives to better move towards organisational goals. Communication with the directors and facilitating collaboration across the company is central to this.”

Roldán added: “I’m genuinely excited about the opportunities ahead. Technology isn’t merely a tool for innovation; it serves as a catalyst for enhancing operations across all departments. As chief of staff, my role is to orchestrate our efforts to ensure seamless alignment with our overarching strategic goals. This coming year I’m particularly focused on advancing our adoption of AI-powered features and strengthening our data capabilities for more informed decision-making and for the benefit of our students. I look forward to reflecting on our progress and sharing insights from this journey in future collaborations.”

Bryan Hay

Bryan Hay is the Associate Editor of Workplace Journal

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