What's Next in Information Technology Management


June 21,  2011

5:00 PM Cocktails & Networking
5:45 PM Dinner
6:45 PM Panel

VQ Hotel
1975 Mile High Stadium Circle
Denver, CO 80402
(303) 433-8331

Free Parking

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 Rocky Mountain Information Management and
Society for Information Management

Colorado Business Technology - Wisdom from the West

June 21, 2011
5:00 PM Cocktails & Networking, 5:45 PM Dinner, 6:45 PM Panel
Hotel VQ, 1975 Mile High Stadium Circle, Denver - free parking!
$40.00 for SIM, RMIMA, and AITP members / $45 for non-members

Join RMIMA and SIM for the second annual joint meeting as we dive into the first steps of four IT Leaders sharing their personal stories. Our panel will discuss how they were charged with making things better in a high risk economy and recession. They’ll walk us through their world as they embark upon a new leadership role and the opportunities and threats they faced.

  • Congratulations, you have a new IT leadership role!

  • I had just started and was told, "you have 6 months to turn this mess around or we’ll find someone else who can.”

  • The CEO said if he finds IT talking to the business and wasting their time, he’ll fire them.

  • In an executive meeting the CEO told us that, “if I could fire all of IT today I would.”

Engage with local leaders sharing their ideas on how they break out of the box to create new and increased business value today while developing long term strategy for their companies.

Our Panel will introduce the situations, actions and outcomes in a mini-case study perspective with plenty of time for questions and answers. Whether you are a rising IT professional or an experienced CIO you’ll benefit from this discussion.

  • What is the starting point to effect change?

  • When you have no history, how do you quickly develop credibility within a new organization?

  • What must you know from day one? What are the “known unknowns”?

  • What are the real-world gotchas that short circuit successful transitions?

  • Where do your turn to for guidance?

  • Who’s on your team and why?

  • What are the skill-sets hardest to find and why?

Our Distinguished Panel:

Bill Weeks, President of SIM CIO SquareTwo Financial

Anthony Hill, CIO, i3Logix

Jim Gaulke, Vice President of Information Technology, PDC Energy

Jeff Knight, CIO, Integrated Asset Services



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