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Information Technology Leadership Series
What you need to know before your next promotion.
What you wish you had known before your last promotion.

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10:30 Registration
11:00 Speaker
12:00 Lunch
Red Lion Hotel by the stadium

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January 8, 2008
Annual Employment Council

What skills are hot, and what are not?  Will there be a 2008 talent shortage?  What will happen to wages for skilled technology employees in 2008?  Every year we pull together representatives from corporations, universities, and recruiters to discuss these questions.

Panel Members:

  • Ken Stafford, Vice Chancellor of University Technology Services, University of Denver
  • John Anadiotis, Operations Director, TransFirst Holdings, Inc.
  • Pete Clavell, Director of Business Operations, TEKSystems

Ken Stafford has been the Vice Chancellor for technology at the University of Denver since 1998.  He leads the technology operations for the entire University.  He instituted the student laptop require in 1999.  Before coming to DU, he was CFO of Agriculture at the University of Idaho, Vice President for Finance and Administration for the Maryland Institute for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Executive Vice President of Bowie State University, and Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance for the University of Maryland System.  He has consulted for the World Bank and the U.S. State Department to develop management systems in Third World Countries.  He designed the first national computer network for Egypt, and taught at three universities in the Peoples Republic of China.  In his spare time he plays golf (poorly) and Jeeps the Colorado high country in quest of the perfect picture.  He also owns, and from a distance, manages a cattle ranch in Idaho.

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