This year, you're probably juggling budget cuts, revamps to your IT infrastructure and maybe a merger or acquisition as well as a workforce stressed by cutbacks and pay freezes.
To excel in this environment, you have to be able to assess the strategic landscape, design and execute projects effectively, explain the contribution of IT in business terms and manage disruption and change so the organization emerges stronger, not paralyzed by fear or indecision.
Helping you navigate these challenges is what the CIO Pocket MBA is all about. Developed by CIO magazine and leading scholars at Boston University, it covers everything from the implications of a networked world economy to measuring IT investments using internal rate of return. You'll learn how to use market-based analytical frameworks to assess strategic challenges, and to define the leadership capabilities you'll need to excel in today's challenging economy.
We understand your schedule's tight, but these five days can help you make the most of your time and efforts for years to come. Classes are small and space is limited, so we urge you to register now to receive the early registration rate of $4,295 a special limited quantity of $500 scholarships are available for qualified attendees to apply to your tuition contact Elizabeth Nassar at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your scholarship.
This unique program is held at Boston University's renowned Executive Leadership Center. Your registration also includes a complimentary pass to attend one of CIO's executive conferences along with two night's accommodation this includes the CIO Leadership Event, CIO 100 Symposium & Awards or the CIO: Year Ahead Summit.
"The week I spent at the CIO/BU pocket MBA program will have a long-lasting positive effect on my business career. From the up-to-date curriculum to the world-class teaching staff, from the excellent class facilities to the high quality of professional networking, every aspect of the program was outstanding and deserving of the highest accolades."
-- Andre Mendes, Global CIO, Special Olympics
If you have questions or need additional information please feel fee to contact us at 617-353-4248, email email@example.com or visit http://management.bu.edu/exec/elc/cio . The Executive Programs department will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Group discounts are available please call for details.Up Next: Check out other Computerworld events coming this Spring on SaaS, Storage and Open Source
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