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LAST CHANCE: Boston University and CIO magazine present: The Master Class For Tech Executives

LAST CHANCE To join Boston University and CIO magazine: Master Class For Tech Executives: Value Through Transformation
Presented by CIO magazine and Boston University Questrom School of Business

Technology executives no longer merely support change, they lead it. Yesterdays IT executive must transform into todays architect of business strategy and organization for the information age. Organizations across the globe are depending on their technology leaders to create value, drive results, and leverage disruptive innovation. The Master Class for Tech Executives has been radically re-imagined to reflect this changing digital business environment.

Dont miss your chance to join CIO magazine and Boston University Questrom School of Business at the universitys renowned Executive Leadership Center from November 17 20, for the Master Class for Tech Executives. View the brochure.

In just four days you will work collaboratively on complex business problems, real-world scenarios, and an in-class project. Agenda highlights include:

Platform Shift: What it Means for the Future CIO

  • Understand the role of IT and social in the new business landscape.
  • Examine coming transformations and develop new approaches to manipulating the business landscape.
  • Recognize and know how to compete in winner-take-all markets and markets with network effects.

Social Media and Business Transformation

  • Understand how social technologies are changing the ways in which organizations relate to customers and employees.
  • Utilize the analytical tools that indicate whether a new project will create value.
  • Explore how the Balanced Scorecard can be applied in your organization.
For complete agenda and details, please visit our website or call The Executive Leadership Center at 617-353-4248. View the brochure.
We hope to see you in Boston!

CIO magazine & Boston University Questrom School of Business

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