Mitch Null

Having started in a mid-level CoS role back in 2014, I have fumbled my way through what a CoS's value proposition is for an organization and understood the importance of aligning with each Principal's vision for the organization. Acknowledging that these roles can be ambiguous and a "catch all" for ad-hoc programs, I look forward to understand how other companies construct these roles and the desired competencies. My past years have all been within the tech industry for enterprise (10k+ workers) companies, so I'd love to learn more about these roles at smaller companies. I am happy to share my learnings (& failures!) as I've pieced together how to bring focus to this role I've come to love and built my career around. I refer to my family as the "zoo" since it's a continuous state of organized chaos with 2 dads, 2 kids, 2 dogs & 2 cats!

Top Areas of Focus

Tech & Business Tools (Procurement)
Team Offsites & External Events
Strategy & Planning
Project Management
Performance Development
People & Culture
Organizational Structure
Internal Comms
Finance & Accounting
Exec Team Organization & Mgmt
Change Management
Business Transformation / Org Change
Business Operations

CoS Start Date

Current Industry

Software & Data Solutions

Company Size




Previous Experience

Pro Tip

A CoS can be a gatekeeper or an accelerator - be conscious of where both are needed and ensure your brand is aligned where you expect it.


Enterprise CoS perspective, years of experience working alongside diverse principals


Networking, learning more about CoS roles in start-up companies, best practices & frameworks