The CIO Series is a 2.5-day training program developed for aspiring (and existing) CIOs and CTOs. Becoming a Chief Information Officer for an organization is on many IT pro's wish lists; but in order to turn that wish into a solid career plan, you first need to identify where you stand and what it will take for you to get there. Through this program, participants will discover the ‘ins and outs’ of the CIO role and learn valuable tools and techniques for strategic planning, positioning, managing operations, resources, and budgets.
WHEN: October 15 -16, 2018 - 8:30am - 4:30pm and October 17, 2018, 8:30am - 12:00pm (2.5-day session)
WHERE: Main Floor, 435 Ellice Avenue, NRC Building
REGISTRATION: ICTAM Members: $800 • Non-Members: $975
DETAILS: firstname.lastname@example.org or 204-944-0533
*light meals and refreshments will be provided
CIO Training Series is led by Donald Amoroso, Ph.D. Dr. Amoroso has consulted with over 60 international organizations (such as GE Japan, BMW Japan) working with CEOs and CIOs to develop strategic plans, marketing strategies, accounting and enterprise resource management systems, and projects for information technology. His expertise includes managing strategic innovation projects, especially information technology, in order to make changes in the competitive strategic environment and move the organization into a new space. Dr. Amoroso is currently the Professor of Information Systems at Auburn University Montgomery, College of Business.
What past CIO Series participants of this course had to say:
“I enjoyed the session, we were provided with excellent material and through interaction with other participants, learned to appreciate the diversity of people and a little more about myself all while being totally engaged by the unique and entertaining approach delivered by Dr. Amoroso.” (Perry Poulsen, CIO, Manitoba eHealth)
“An invested CIO is always looking to improve. Participating in the CIO Series with Dr. Donald Amoroso provided the opportunity to learn with peers while getting exposure to well-researched techniques, thinking and strategic planning. I was quick to apply a great amount learned from this season and continue to do so today.” (Kent Smith, Director, Innovation & Technology- Tundra Oil & Gas)