Expanding the Mandate - Next Practices in Business/IT Leadership (LEF Executive Forum)

Venue: Ritz-Carlton Hotel

Location: Washington DC, District Of Columbia, United States

Event Date/Time: Sep 19, 2007 End Date/Time: Sep 19, 2007
Registration Date: Sep 12, 2007
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It's a paradox. IT is steadily becoming more important to businesses, and yet too often the enterprise IT function is not. Professionals in virtually every area of corporate activity - research, products, services, manufacturing, sales, marketing, finance, and so on - are leveraging IT to create new value and gain new efficiencies, and yet the contribution of enterprise IT is often confined to traditional IT services. Why is this happening? And more importantly, what can or should IT leaders do about it?

In this intensive one-day session, Leading Edge Forum researchers and special guest speakers will discuss the emerging practices that forward thinking IT leaders are using to expand the role of IT in their organizations, in areas as diverse as shared services, product development, human capital management, innovation, competitive advantage, globalization, and, increasingly, environmental impact. Our invitation-only audience of senior IT leaders assures a robust discussion of these important developments.

This event is open to CIOs and Senior IT Executives.


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Additional Information

The fee for attendance for non-clients is $950.00 per person. A discount of 20 per cent is applicable if your registration is received by 31 July 2007. Participation is free to senior director-level clients of the Leading Edge Forum - Executive Programme.