Webinar Alert! The Changing Role of the CIO, 1/27: Check it out!

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    Jive is kicking off a new initiative, The Executive Leadership Series. First up is a webinar called

    "Redefining the CIO: From Cutting Costs to Driving Business Strategy"


    Leading industry analyst Brian Vellmure will be discussing how companies' IT organizations have to shift their focus given the incredible change we've seen in the technological landscape. Brian will be accompanied by FICO CIO Tony McGivern and Spectrum Health SVP/CIO Patrick O'Hare.


    The details

    • Who: You! -- along with analyst Brian Vellmure, FICO CIO Tony McGivern, & Spectrum Health CIO Patrick O'Hare
    • What: The live webinar "Redefining the CIO: From Cutting Costs to Driving Business Strategy"
    • When: Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET. (duration: 1 hour)
    • Why: Register and get exclusive access to Brian's e-book, Redefining the CIO: Envisioning & Enabling the Next Generation Enterprise

     

    Click here to register now!

     

    Can't make it? You can still weigh in & get your questions answered!

    We want to have a really engaged conversation with Brian, Tony, and Patrick. Even if you can't make the webinar, we want to hear from you:

    • What do you wish your IT leaders knew when looking at new solutions (like Jive)?
    • Throughout your career, how has your relationship with your company's IT department changed?
    • What questions do you have for Tony & Patrick?
      • ... about implementing new IT solutions?
      • ... about how IT interacts with other departments?
      • ... etc.

     

    Please reply to this thread with your thoughts! jaslyn.law will make sure that your questions get answered during the live webinar or in a follow-up blog post by Brian.