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Tim Nolan

Applications Manager

Collin County | Information Technology | GIS | Records

2300 Bloomdale Rd, Ste 3198 | McKinney, TX 75071

Tim has more than 30 years of experience as a leader, speaker, and Lean and Agile practitioner. As a Technologist with executive and hands-on experience in Information Technology (IT), Records Management, and GIS for local government/municipal technology initiatives, Tim has created award-winning government IT experiences in software design and development, and public-facing applications.

Tim is passionate about collaboration and visual management and he thinks Records Management is cooler than you think. As a Senior IT Manager in Texas, Tim led county wide launches of GIS, Agile, and Kanban. His proven government IT leadership includes mentorship, consensus building, team-building, and project management skills.

He is a Certified GIS Professional (GISP) and a Certified Government Chief Information Officer (CGCIO) and he serves in leadership roles for numerous professional organizations including URISA’s Board of Directors (2021-2024).

Tim has a Geography degree from the University of North Texas and was part of the first cohort to complete the Lean Agile Visual Management accreditation from Modus Institute.

Texas is home for Tim. He enjoys sharing the success stories of his teams in collaborative and professional management frameworks. GIS was his first love, and Lean Agile Visual Management (#LAVM) is his new love.

Presentation Title:  This is Your Moment


We are asked to do more all the time. Sometimes, we may be asked to start something new, take on additional responsibilities or aid in an emergency. What does it feel like to “do more?”

What is our role with the rise of data science, analytics and emergent technology? Can we build a system that runs on the talent we already have in the room? Do we have the capacity?

Let’s go on a journey to see what is and what could be. You know the best way to get to the finish. Let’s find purpose and the autonomy as professionals to do great work with the talent we have.

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