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This is Part 2 of a 3 Part Webinar Series:

"The CIOs Response to Covid-19"

(Register for Parts 1 & 3 Here)


The CIO's Response to COVID-19: Part 2

Back to Work: The CIO's New Role as Pandemic
Response Leader

Back To Work Strategies, Portfolio Changes,
Virtual Leadership Strategies


Includes:
"A Case for Servant Leadership for CIOs"
Special Presentation!

About the Virtual Seminar

With the global pandemic changing business overnight, the CIO and key team members have a major role in helping the organization respond, adapt and rebuild during and after this crisis.

In this key discussion, we’ll explore the CIO’s and Key Team Member’s Key Roles and strategies for helping your company succeed through this period.

Topics include:

  • The New CIO Role as Pandemic Response Leader

  • Back to Work Strategies

  • Project Portfolio Management Hyper Change

  • Managing Virtual Team Members 

  • Special Presentation: “A Case for Servant Leadership for CIOs”

Join us for this exclusive TechnologyInnovationX™ Virtual Seminar.


Faculty & Agenda:

Keynote Panel

Praveen Moturu, VP Digital Technologies & Chief Enterprise Architect, Mars Inc.

Innovative, accomplished business and technology leader, visionary with strategic leadership experience in digital transformation, information technology optimization and enterprise change leadership at global and Fortune 500 multinational corporations. Elite expertise in strategy, planning, digital services, Innovation management and product monetization

Tammylynne Jonas, Global CIO, Self Esteem Brands™

Tammylynne is the Global CIO for Self Esteem Brands. SEB operates almost 5000 locations in almost 40 countries worldwide. In her role, Tammylynne owns technology, digital, security, infrastructure, field support and data initiatives. Prior to SEB, Tammylynne was the CIO for Holiday Stationstores (acquired by Circle K), and she spent 15 years at Kohl’s Department Stores. Tammylynne started her career consulting for Accenture. She holds an Executive MBA from Marquette University, and undergraduate degrees in Math, English and Spanish. Tammylynne sits on the Board of Directors for MN Better Business Bureau, Northrop Auditorium, Twin Cities Innovation Advisory Council, Twin Cities CIO Leadership Association, Sistech, and the MN Tech Association. Tammylynne resides in Medina, MN with her husband and 3 children.

Rodney Nobles, Chief Information Officer and Chief Security Officer, Waukesha County Technical College

Rodney Nobles is the Chief Information Officer and Chief Security Officer at Waukesha County Technical College. Rodney provides guidance and leadership for the continuing innovation and security of the information technology environment throughout the college. Additionally, Nobles and his team strives to be early adopters and influencers through the use of technology to produce optimal business results. Rodney has a Bachelor’s of Science in Information Technology and a Master’s in Business Administration with an emphasis in Technology Management.

Moderator: Alex Jarett, CEO & Founder, Technology Executives Club & TechnologyInnovationX

Alex is the nationally known founder CEO of The Technology Executives Club® (www.technologyexecutivesclub.com) and publisher of the Club’s research and online education site: www.TechnologyInnovationX.com, and acts as Executive Director of the Club’s Peer Advisory program.  He is passionate about helping CIOs and CxOs drive corporate growth through Technology Innovation & Leadership   Alex is the Executive Producer of six summits each year and guides the company research and event curriculum. Alex speaks on the topic of driving corporate growth through Technology Innovation & Leadership throughout the U.S

 

Session: Managing Project Portfolios and Virtual Teams: Strategies from the new CIO Role as Pandemic Response Leader

In this presentation RSM will discuss strategies for managing virtual team members and the project portfolio management hyper change for the new CIO role as the pandemic response leader

Karen Wiltgen, Principal, National Leader for Digital Strategy & Transformation, RSM US LLP

Karen Wiltgen is a principal in RSM’s Management Consulting practice and national leader for Digital Strategy and Transformation. She brings over 25 years of experience specializing in software selection, business improvement and transformation, IT governance optimization, systems implementation, and project management and PMO. Her industry experience includes manufacturing, business and professional services, not-for-profit, insurance, and healthcare. She has over 12 years of experience performing digital transformation assessments that help management align technology to the business strategy and position their organization for success

 

Rex LaRowe, Management Consulting,
Industrial Products,Technology & Digital Practice

Rex has more than 30 years’ experience delivering innovative technology solutions and services and has been delivering and executing IT strategic plans for the past 20 years. He has successfully designed, developed and implemented enterprise systems. His experience has been focused on clients primarily in the industrial products, consumer products, life sciences, business and professional services, nonprofit and technology industries.


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