AITP Office of the CIO SIG Meeting
9377 W Higgins Rd
Rosemont, IL 60018
AITP Chicago’s Office of the CIO SIG
Nothing stifles innovation, agility and progress as much as fixing project priorities one year at a time. Information technology and business priorities change continuously and therefore opportunities for innovation can come and go very quickly. How do we as leaders of IT and the business, balance agility and innovation with traditional cycles that force more rigidity and formality? How do we shift the conversation from a project discussion to a results discussion? Breaking things down a far as possible into fast, innovative deliverables further reinforces the need for something other than the traditional annual project prioritization cycle.
If this thesis statement intrigues you and you want to learn more, or if you have discovered methods to avoid not being stuck in the rigidity of one year project prioritization cycles, please join us at the next Office of the CIO SIG Meeting…
“How do we focus our projects on Results rather than project prioritization mechanics?”
Guest Speaker: Richard Proszowski, CIO – Fortium Partners
Registration closes two days prior to the event
PLEASE NOTE: Office of the CIO SIG meetings are facilitated directly by C-level executives via interactive presentations and discussions, who share their expectations for working with CIO’s or from CIO’s who will share their personal journeys to the CIO position. In order to participate in the Office of the CIO SIG, you must be a CIO direct-report or a Senior IT-leader. If you are not a CIO direct-report or Senior IT-leader, your registration may be canceled.
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