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Innovation is something abstract that you either have the inherent ability to do or you don’t, right? Certain people are good at it and others are not (and we all know who the “nots” are); isn’t that the conventional wisdom? It may be the conventional wisdom, but that is not what this session contends. In fact, this session will go so far as to say that you can use an equation to elicit innovation from practically anyone! Really? Can Innovation be reduced to an equation?
Customer Connections in the New Economy
Back in the nineteen hundreds we enjoyed direct connections with our customers. If we could not meet them face-to-face, we could chat on the phone or use email to establish a personal connection. That all changed a decade ago with the mass adoption of the World Wide Web, and it was a good change. We could offer more services for less money, but the customer connection changed. How do we build relationships, promote our products and services, and prepare for an uncertain and rapidly changing future?
This conference will be unusual in that it focuses on several levels of technology leadership. It dives deep into leading edge technology because all information technology leaders must stay current or die on vine to be replaced by the next generation of technologists. It focuses on customers because they define the return on investment. Without customers we are out of business. Finally, it focuses on an integrated approach to the problem with a facilitated discussion to be lead by technology leadership veterans.
More information: Customer Connections in the New Economy
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Rocky Mountain Project Management Symposium
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RMIMA is the premier organization on the Front Range that has a clear focus on vital topics for emerging information technology leaders.
If you want to drive change in your organization, motivate your people, and get projects done on-time and on-budget, RMIMA is a great resource for you.
RMIMA meets for lunch on the second Thursday on the month from September through May. Each meeting gives you time to network and to participate in a topical presentation. Registration and networking is at 10:30, the speaker starts at 11:00 sharp, and lunch begins at noon. This means you can be back to the office right after lunch.
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RMIMA was founded in 1982 and is well established as the leading local professional association for managers and practitioners in the field of Information Systems. We meet monthly, except June-August. Lunch meetings include topical speakers and allow time for networking among professionals who are interested in learning more about the rapidly changing field of Information Systems and Information Management. Our mission is to foster information systems education and the continued advancement of information management.
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