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The programme is conceived and delivered by visionary faculty who have more than a decade of experience in the design of IT organisations and have lived the role of CIOs. It bridges key gaps between the CIO skill-set and the core functional areas of business. In addition, it emphasises the use of low-cost, and rapid innovation to create top-line growth.
The intended aim of this programme is to take CIOs on a transformative journey, where they can think beyond digital: enabling key business processes to be created and extended into enterprises, seamlessly resounding with all stakeholders’ needs.
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The goal of the programme is to expand participants’ thinking beyond traditional IT organisational boundaries, and equip current and future CIOs with business tools like NPV analysis, real options approach, business intelligence, predictive modelling of risky outcomes, and the ability to influence peers, manage change and lead business transformation.
Upon successful completion of this course, certified CIOs will be able to effectively negotiate and influence their C-level peers across two frontiers: efficiency and innovation.
Who should attend?
CIOs, CTOs, CKOs, executives reporting to the CIO/CTO, and high-performing IT professionals with a minimum 10 years of experience are best-suited for this programme.
Spur business model innovation and execution
Extract digital value from across the business
Create scorecard of digital business metrics
Influence peers to achieve business outcomes
Drive strategic decisions across the business
Become a transformative business leader
is Resident faculty at ISB and Associate Professor within the Information Systems area, and Executive Director of the Srini Raju Centre for IT and the Networked Economy.
(PhD, University of Minnesota, 1989), is the Eli Broad Professor and Chair of the Department of Accounting and Information Systems at the Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University.
is Professor, Department of Information, Risk and Operations Management, McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin