The Calgary Chapter of the CIO Association of Canada invites its members and other senior IT executives to meet, network, learn, and discuss topics relevant to their business.
Luncheon Event -- Wednesday September 17, 2014
Topic: IBM's Global C-Suite Study and the Implications for CIOs
Speakers: Laura Hartwell, and Ian Young, IBM Canada
Time: Noon -- 1:30 pm MT
Location: IBM Canada, 227 11th Avenue Southwest, Calgary (View Map here)
Fee: Complimentary for CIO Association members; $40 for qualified non-members
A decade ago, the IBM Institute for Business Value started the C-suite Study research program. Since that time, over 18,000 executives and public sector leaders worldwide have been interviewed. For the 2014 IBM Global C-Suite Study, over 4,000 C-suite executives from 70 countries were interviewed in six different roles including CEOs, CFOs, CMOs, CIOs, CHROs and COOs. One hundred and sixty-five CxOs from across Canada, possibly including some of our CIOCAL members, accepted the invitation to share their thoughts with IBM. As you might imagine their findings related to society, employees, customers and stakeholders offer insight to C level executives and the organizations they work in.
Laura and Ian will speak about some of the more interesting and thoughtful perspectives on the role of Information Technologies for the future health and operational performance of these organizations and, in particular, the energy sector. The implications are clear for the CIO and her/his participation within the C-suite and in providing leadership of the IT/IS team and resources. Join us at IBM on September 17 to learn about the details and to explore any implications that might be important for you and your organization.
Laura Hartwell, Director, Canadian Energy Sector at IBM Canada, and Ian Young, Energy Services Industry Executive, Canada, also with IBM Canada, will summarize IBM’s 2014 Global C-Suite Study and draw particularly on their extensive experience with the energy sector to provide their perspectives and advice on the implications for CIOs and CTOs.
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