Mocha Media, Inc.
| Business Technology & Management Consulting
| Business Development & IP/Artist Management
| Public & Private IT Policy Advocacy
| Cyberphilosophy / Cybersecurity
| vCTO / Executive Technology Leadership
Born in Boston, MA
Raised in Los Angeles, CA since 1999
Mocha Media, Inc.™ Is a leader in providing innovative
Business Development, Technology and Management [ SERVICES ].
Our passion is to partner with organizations to provide
[ TAILORED ] strategic solutions to [ IMPROVE ]
the way our clients manage their business [IT] intellgience
Our [ SERVANT LEADERSHIP ] enables us to [ BLEND RESOURCES ]
to achieve optimal [ HUMAN MEETS DIGITAL™ ] ROI.
Experts have noted that the average adult now spends more hours of the day using laptops and smartphones than they do sleeping, an average of 8 hours and 41 minutes a day. Therefore, our digital philosophy focuses on optimizing human > < digital environments, specifically the relationships people have with the technology they use to produce ordinary or extraordinary things.
By listening to our clients, and studying how people interact with technology, Mocha Media® becomes profoundly and intimately more knowledgeable about the POPTA [ People, Organization, Process, Technology, & Alliances] ecosystem, including the emotional interconnections within the organization. We believe in the notion that having a deeper understanding of human > < digital relationships, Mocha Media® can identify tremendous value to organizations that want disruptive and innovative solutions to improve the performance people have with their technology in any environment to produce amazing results, and enhance human > < digital relationships. Mocha Media® mission is embedded in our trademarked passion for Human Meets Digital® intelligence.
Great business, multimedia, and organizational systems guarantee that people and companies thrive from their interpersonal effectiveness. Our expertise in organizational systems development, business & multimedia systems, and our commitment to improving human < > digital relationships is what makes Mocha Media® unique in our ability to disrupt and innovate POPTA.
THE ORIGINS OF OUR BRAND NAME MOCHA MEDIA®
The Art and Science of Business Development & Technology Management is founded on how we blend tools, strategies, policies, and know-how to produce effective results. The first step starts with identifying the best ingredients. We call this "the base." The second step is to add whatever ingredients we need to enhance that base. Our business development & consulting practice follows this process whereby we continually add ingredients, stir, then taste of course, and so on until we produce the right blend of ingredients that when brought together produce an outstanding result.
The culture of business development is synonymous to coffee making in that we all have an important part to play by working together to find the right "blend" of ingredients to produce a fantastic product, experience, or result.
MOCHA MEDIA® BUSINESS CULTURE
Mocha Media's® corporate culture is founded on our "blend" of multi-cultural, multi-national, and multi-talented cast members each of whom harnesses a wealth of knowledge and experience. Our members are experts, non-experts, specialists, generalists, and everything in between sharing a passion for service. Each person adds their own blend of experiences.
Alfonso E. Chávez founded Mocha Media® in Boston, MA in 1996 in response to the increasing demand for computer – driven multimedia systems, along with his desire and passion for business, technology, and media. His talent and success with IT Consulting & Multimedia Production took flight while working on his B.A. at Boston College, and then later his B.M at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Subsequently, he incorporated Mocha Media, Inc.® Los Angeles, CA in 1998.
Alfonso’s unique combination of computer expertise, business administration, media production & marketing gave him a unique perspective on how to help companies optimize their technology and new media systems. In addition to his ability to conceptualize, produce and direct his client’s projects, Alfonso developed an expertise for IT engineering, and software development. He recognizes not only the need for integrated hardware and software systems, but high-quality content to run on them as well. Leveraging his business, technology, and entertainment experience and in-depth knowledge of computers, he began serving the music, film, retail, and corporate industries. Building on his reputation for success, and an impressive client base, he has worked with organizations such as Countrywide, National Geographic, Brezza Energy, HARPO, Red Wagon Productions, Partido Accion Nacional (PAN), Sony, CBS, C Publishing, Samuel French, Kathy Ireland Worldwide – Sterling Winters Company, & WhatSheBuys.com, and non-profits such as the WorldVision, Operation Smile, and others.
In his continued endeavor to be disruptive, Alfonso enrolled in the prestigious Columbia University Technology Management program in 2017 earning a Master’s in Executive Technology Management in 2019. He collaborated, and worked with some of the brightest minds in high-tech from Columbia's campus in Paris, France along with the extended cohort at Columbia University in New York City.
As a virtual CIO/CTO/CISO, Alfonso and his team aspire to lead their clients in technology innovation, disruption, strategic advocacy, intelligence, IT-Wellness, and IT organizational development & management.
The mathematician George Pólya popularized heuristics in the mid–20th century, in his book How to Solve It. He learned mathematical proofs as a student but he did not know, nor was he taught, the ways mathematicians arrived at such proofs. How to Solve It is a collection of ideas about heuristics that he taught to mathematics students – ways of looking at problems and formulating solutions.
If you are having difficulty understanding a problem, try drawing a picture.
If you can’t find a solution, try assuming that you have a solution and seeing what you can derive from that (“working backward”).
If the problem is abstract, try examining a concrete example.
Try solving a more general problem first (the “inventor’s paradox”: the more ambitious plan may have more chances of success).
Draw the picture to understand what problems we are trying to solve.
Draw the picture to understand the business challenges and how to confront them.
Draw the picture to understand what is lacking in one’s business to understand how to fill a need.
Draw the picture to make sure that everyone has a better sense of what we’re trying to accomplish.
"The Client of our Client is our Client" - Alfonso E. Chávez | Founder, CEO | Cyberphilosopher
Mocha Media, Inc. | Los Angeles, CA
Office: +1 (323) 462-5765 PST
[ Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM ]