What are the issues facing your company today relative to impact of new technologies and their associated business risks? This is a key question business leaders from all sized companies must address, as a new wave of technologies threatens to disrupt the business environment. How do you determine what they are and how to handle them? These technologies not only originate from customer demands and expectations, but from your own employees.
In this presentation, emerging and maturing technologies and their associated risks will be discussed. They include: the consumerization of technology demands facing the I/T departments from within the company, cloud computing, social media, virtualization, information security, and other related technologies. The purpose of this session is to better equip you to work in close collaboration with your respective I/T organizations in the management of technology and business process changes to mitigate the potential risks.
PRESENTER: Dr. Jerry N. Luftman
Dr. Jerry Luftman’s career includes strategic positions in management (Information Technology and consulting), management consulting, Information Systems, and education. Dr. Luftman’s experience combines the strengths of practitioner, consultant, and academic. His proficiency in business-IT alignment, eighteen books, published research, consulting, mentoring, and teaching/speaking engagements further exemplify Dr. Luftman’s expertise and leadership in his field.
After a notable twenty-two year career with IBM, he had an exemplary career for almost twenty years as Distinguished Professor, and Founder and Executive Director of the Stevens Institute Information Systems Programs; one of the largest in the world. Driven by the strong demand for a global executive education program focusing on managing information technology, Dr. Luftman has leveraged his experience as a CIO, IT management consultant, and leading academic, with his strong network of IT management associations, and prominent IT practitioners, to provide a valuable and unique offering via Global Institute for IT Management.
Dr Luftman's project experience ranges from senior management issues through tactical implementation. Dr. Luftman most recently pioneered the vehicle for assessing the maturity of IT-business alignment; where he has a repository of over one-third of the Global 1,000 companies. He also serves on the Executive Board of several companies, associations, and publications.
Any questions, please contact Lisa Carnesi, 610 804 1610.