2018 CIO Leadership Dinner: The New Standard for Measuring and Building Tech Skills
Why You Should Attend!
As digital transformation continues to be a buzzword across all enterprises, organizations are no longer expecting teams to work in silos. Most organizations are attempting new capabilities in order to stay ahead of the competition. Given the constant emergence of new tools and technologies, IT executives must gain the capability to align the technical organization with key business objectives like new product development, security enhancement, and agile customer engagement. But are traditional ways of measuring and building talent still working? In this new digital environment, organizations must enable leaders and teams to keep up with the pace of technological change and deliver key innovations on time, on budget, and securely.
Argyle Executive Forum, in partnership with Pluralsight, will bring together leading IT executives to discuss the new standards for measuring and building today’s tech talent. Other key topics will include: innovative ways to quantify team skillsets, directed learning paths to close skills gaps, and many more best practices to succeed in today’s digital landscape.
Key topics we’ll discuss include:
- A new frame work for executives to tackle new innovative technology
- Evolving old and developing new skills sets to assist drive the digital revolution
- Aligning organization, strategy, and objectives to produce favorable outcomes to development, security, and customer engagement
- Strengths to look for in IT leadership
- Looking past tradition – What isn’t working and why
The "2018 CIO Leadership Dinner: The New Standard for Measuring and Building Tech Skills" in Houston is proudly sponsored by:
Pluralsight is an enterprise technology learning platform that helps organizations move forward with the right technology and the right skills — matched to business objectives. Senior executives gain the capability for aligning the technical organization with business objectives by closing skills gaps, eliminating latency between demand and delivery, and proactively responding to trends in technology as they unfold. The platform enables CIOs and CTOs to see their teams’ skills gaps, see trending technologies, and create custom learning channels that all align to business objectives, moving an organization forward to capitalize on tech trends rather than be overtaken by them.
6:00pm - 7:00pm Cocktail Reception
7:00pm - 7:15pm Opening Remarks and Participant Introductions
7:15pm - 9:00pm Roundtable Discussions & Dinner
This event convenes Chief Information Officers and direct reports. Participation is reserved for IT Leaders that meet the following criteria:
- Leaders at the Director-Level and above from organizations with over $100MM in annual revenue.
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