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PMO and Leadership Blueprints for the Innovative Technology Leader Seminar/Workshop

Our first annual event focused on PMO and Leadership Best Practices for the Innovative Technology Executive.

This event is geared for progressive CIOs and Innovative Technology leaders project management responsibilities in the new era of the Digital Enterprise.

It's not just running a PMO.  Now you have to be responsible for creating a culture of innovation, starting and running the innovation center and integrating a more innovative, rapid development process into your company.

Sample topics to be discussed
  • The Five stages of Running a Technology Innovation Center

  • Creating a culture of innovation

  • PMO/Project Management Blueprint for Innovative Technology organizations

  • Alignment with the Business best practices

  • Applying the 80/20 principle to PMO/Project Management

  • Transformational leadership

  • Agile/Rapid Experimentation Blueprint

Register Now as space is limited to 50 Executives.
Peer Advisory Members have priority.


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Faculty & Agenda- Check back for new Faculty as they are added.

Roman Dumiak, Director - Technology Innovation, Allstate

Roman Dumiak, Director - Technology Innovation, Allstate

 


Greg Gleason, Chief Information Officer and Vice President, Information Services, College of American Pathologists Greg Gleason, Chief Information Officer and Vice President, Information Services, College of American Pathologists

 


Olayele Adelakun, Associate Professor of MIS at DePaul University

Joseph Lynn, PMP; Senior Vice President, Client Digital Services; Northern Trust


Alex Jarett, Founder and CEO, Technology Executives Club

Agenda

Session I: Blueprint/Case Study- The Five stages of Running a Technology Innovation Center

    Roman Dumiak, Director - Technology Innovation, Allstate

    Roman Dumiak, Director - Technology Innovation, Allstate

    Roman Dumiak is currently a Director in the Technology Innovation group for the Allstate Insurance Company. His focus includes directing and facilitating efforts utilizing innovative software and hardware solutions from the ideation phase through implementation as part of Allstate Technology and Strategic Ventures (ATSV). His previous experience has included roles in application development, database administration, network engineering and enterprise architecture. During his career, he has also functioned as a senior strategic planner working on a variety of IT-wide related strategies including ITIL/ ITSM planning and rollout and a Business Integrated Technology Strategy to create an optimized and integrated set of IT capabilities.  Most recently, he has been a key player in a fundamental transformation of the way Allstate ATSV develops, delivers and runs their technology solutions by leveraging Agile methodologies, DevOps principles and cloud-based platforms. Mr. Dumiak has a B.S. in Math and Computer Science from the University of Illinois and a Masters in Telecommunications.

Session II: Blueprint/Case Study- Creating a Culture of Innovation

    Greg Gleason, Chief Information Officer and Vice President, Information Services, College of American Pathologists

    Greg Gleason has been with The College of American Pathologists (the CAP) for over 5 years, following a career in strategy consulting. Originally from Chicago, he received his MBA from The University of Chicago in Finance and Accounting following an undergraduate degree in Economics; Greg is a Certified Public Accountant. Following an initial career in public accounting, Greg held senior management and practice leadership positions with several global strategy and technology consulting firms. At the CAP, he currently has responsibility for the 100 staff IS group and, as CIO, has a leadership role related to informatics, the role of technology in product/service development, and health IT. Greg has a deep interest in economic history, the development of computers and information systems, and the impact of digital technology on behavior and ethics.

Session III: Keynote Panel:: PMO and Leadership Strategies for the Innovative Technology Leader

The keynote panel will consist of CIOs & Senior IT Executives who will share their insights.

    Check back for new Faculty as they are added

Session IV: Executing Your Portfolio of Innovation – Strategies and Tactics

    Olayele Adelakun, Associate Professor of MIS at DePaul University


    Yele Adelakun is an Associate professor of MIS at DePaul University Chicago, Illinois, College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM). His research focuses on IT Innovation and Agile, Telemedicine, IT Outsourcing, ERP systems implementation, Information Systems Quality, IT Evaluation and Emotional Intelligence among IT Leaders. He has conducted studies in small, medium and large companies in Europe, Africa and the United States. He has organized and chair several academic and industry focus conferences on Innovation, Outsourcing and Global IT. He started the study abroad program in the school CDM. He has conducted student led study on Global IT to Brazil, Argentina, South Africa and Ghana. . He has also conducted several executives’ presentations including for the Technology Executives Club. He has published over 100 articles in conferences, books and journals. He holds a Ph.D. in Information Systems from the Turku School of Economics and Business Administration, Turku, Finland, an M.S. in Information Processing Science from University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland and an MBA from DePaul University.

Session V: Leadership Strategies for Innovation

    Lake Forest Graduate School Faculty (TBA)

     

Session VI: PMO/Innovation Roundtable: Moving from Ideation to Execution

Older PMO/Project Management models no longer fit the mold of rapid experimentation and agile development, combined with integration of emerging technologies in Innovative companies.

In this important session - share and learn from your peers how they are handling the shift to a new PMO/Project management system that incorporates the principles of Innovation.

    Co-Facilitator: Joseph Lynn, PMP; Senior Vice President, Client Digital Services; Northern Trust

    Mr Lynn brings 25-plus years of experience in IT leadership for the financial world to our panel. Having developed his expertise in the "Wild West" of the Derivatives trading business at O'Connor & Associates, he knows the importance of Relationship and Project Management in enabling the business. He's driven initiatives to implement these practices in several organizations, including Citigroup, Bank of America and ABN AMRO.

    Facilitator: Alex Jarett, Founder and CEO, Technology Executives Club

    Alex is the nationally known founder CEO of The Technology Executives Club (www.technologyexecutivesclub.com) and Executive Director of the Club’s Peer Advisory program. He is passionate about helping CIOs and CxOs drive corporate growth through Technology Innovation & Leadership and writes a regular blog on this topic called Technology Innovation Insights.  Alex is the Executive Producer of five summits each year in Chicago, five Seminars in other Midwest states and guides the company research and event curriculum.

     

 

 

 

Who Should Attend:

  • CIOs
  • CxOs
  • CISOs
  • Chief Innovation Officers
  • Chief Technology Officers
  • Chief Marketing Officers
  • VPs & Directors responsible for driving change

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LOGISTICS

Thursday, Dec 7, 2017

8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Lake Forest Graduate School of Management

1905 W. Field Court, Lake Forest, IL 60045


Questions? Call Maria Tuthill 847-837-3900 x 1

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Get Sponsorship Information:
Call Alex Jarett at 847-837-3900 x 2 or email.

HOW TO REGISTER
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Members - contact Maria Tuthill for your registration information. Not a member? Get member info here.


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Nonmembers*: $297

*Register Now
Space is limited to 50 Executives.
Peer Advisory Members have priority.

*This event is only open to CIOs, Senior Technology Executives, Chief Innovation Officers, CxOs and their senior team members Director and above.

CIOs, CTOs, and CxOs from established Technology Consulting Firms and Solution Providers may attend and add to the conversation as long as they are NOT in a field sales position.  An established firm is defined as 50 million in revenue or above.

Technology consulting firms, solution providers and other industry service organizations must be sponsors to participate.
Questions? Call Maria Tuthill 847-837-3900 x 1


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Pre-registration required.

Professional business-casual attire required.

Final speakers and topics are subject to change.

Event Sponsors
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Questions? Contact Alex Jarett at 847-837-3900 x 2 for information

 

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