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CIO Solutions Gallery

This nationally recognized program, intended for primary executives and senior leaders in the technology and operations communities, is unmatched. Uniquely designed by CIOs for fellow senior leaders, CIO Solutions Gallery is offered in conjunction with the internationally known IT industry futurist, Mr. Thornton A. May.

Uniquely organized around peer learning, audience and content are both carefully "curated" to ensure a unique, content-rich, and thought-provoking exchange that is well-respected in the senior leader community. This series will help build and foster a live, active and creative network of IT leaders/executives devoted to sharing best practices, renewing their skills on an ongoing basis, and raising the level of technical "literacy" within their organizations.

CIO Solutions Gallery is an invitation-only program open to practicing IT executives and other senior leaders responsible for delivering value-centric IT results to their corporations in this fast-paced world of ongoing economic, social and technological change.  Technology product/service providers to this intended community are also welcome to actively participate through committed program sponsorships.

The series is comprised of regularly scheduled program sessions including periodic dinner events, half day morning sessions and an annual one and a half day Showcase event.

Program Information

Dates:

2014 Program Theme and Schedule

Location:

Fisher College of Business, Pfahl Hall

Cost:

Free to our invited guests.

Sponsorship:

For companies that serve the intended audience and also wish to learn from this innovative series, program sponsorship opportunities are available. Please contact Michelle Norris for more information on how your company can become an important player in this program.

The program gives IT leaders an opportunity to establish a
high-impact environment where they can:

  • Learn from each other as they leverage and transfer proven knowledge from distinguished peers and other experienced senior IT professionals
  • Further develop a vibrant peer network within the IT industry
  • Experience showcased top-level thinking and noted best practices regarding today’s top IT issues
  • Derive results that are immediately applicable through the collaborative discussion of case studies based on actual situations drawn from organizations in the room.

Contact

Michelle Norris
Program Director
Phone: 614.292.8574
Fax: 614.292.6644
norris.83@osu.edu 
Fisher College of Business
Executive Education
110 Pfahl Hall
280 W. Woodruff Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210-1144