MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association Announces New MIT Sloan CIO Digital Learning Series
Speakers include top executives from CarMax, Travelers, Zimmer Biomet, Anthem Inc., plus MIT Sloan Boston Thought Leaders
The MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association, the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE), and the MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research (CISR) are pleased to announce the launch of the MIT Sloan CIO Digital Learning Series, a monthly webinar series commencing June 10, 2020. Registration is now open.
In lieu of holding the 17th MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, which was cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions, the new MIT Sloan CIO Digital Learning Series will provide monthly webinars through October 2020 that are targeted at CIOs as well as all people interested in digital technology and its impact on business and society. Like the Symposium, the Digital Learning Series will focus on leadership of the digital enterprise, but in addition will explore a wider range of topics and issues that inform the evolution and use of digital technologies in business and society. With a focus on the theme, “Leading a Post-Pandemic Enterprise,” it will equip attendees to not only understand how to operate in the new environment but how to stay competitive and engaged with customers and stakeholders.
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“We are pleased to launch the MIT Sloan CIO Digital Learning Series, and to offer technology leaders and enthusiasts the opportunity to come together virtually to explore what leading a post-pandemic enterprise may entail,” said Allan R. Tate, Executive Chair, MIT Sloan CIO Symposium. “The Digital Learning Series will show attendees what innovative technologies and strategies are needed to navigate the new landscape with confidence, while offering online networking to enable valuable connections.”
The MIT Sloan’s CIO Digital Learning Series will feature more than a dozen interactive panel discussions led by CIOs, technology executives and MIT thought leaders, including Stephanie Woerner, Keri Perlson, George Westerman, Tom Davenport, and Nick van der Muelen. Panel highlights include “Creating the AI Powered Enterprise,” “Building the Next Generation Enterprise,” “Cybersecurity – How Secure are We?,” “Driving Customer Experience Strategies through Technology,” and “Building a Digital Ready Culture in Traditional Organizations.”
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