CIO Exchange Dinner

Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 6:00pm to 8:30pm
5628 Math Sciences Building, UCLA

Structuring IT Organizations for Success.

IT leaders today know that weak investment in business innovation and the inability to apply technology to drive revenue and to open new markets are quick ways to be shown the door.  The business imperatives supported by technology have never been stronger or more prevalent, but neither has the need to provide zero-fault tolerant support for legacy platforms. 

So what should the current ‘Office of the CIO’ look like?  How should a state-of-the-art IT organization be optimally architected around these often competing requirements?

Join us on Thursday evening, August 31st at UCLA, as John Blevins, Faculty Director for the Easton Technology Management Center and Professor of Decisions, Operations, and Technology Management at the Anderson School of Management guides us through an exploration of these questions at our next IS Associates CIO Exchange Dinner.

This event is by invitation-only, and is open to the Executive IT leaders among our practitioner member companies, only. Please contact for more information.