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It is my pleasure to personally invite you to join us for the inaugural Tri-State CIO Forum at Columbia University. The forum takes place on Monday, April 28th at the Low Memorial Library Rotunda, with registration beginning at 8:00am. Workforce Opportunity Services (WOS), in partnership with the Society for Information Management (SIM) New York and Westchester chapters are putting together this unique event with sponsor proceeds supporting the WOS and SIM missions.
The Tri-State CIO Forum at Columbia will be a one-day, by invitation only gathering for the top IT Executives in the region. Our goal is to provide a unique perspective on future technology content, from both the practitioner and academic perspectives. It will also be a chance to network with your peers in a unique setting on the Columbia University campus. This new community will share leadership skills, gain exposure into new best practices, and hear from influential thought leaders. Most importantly we are helping to continue the WOS mission in assisting companies to build strong talent pipelines by providing underserved high school graduates and Veterans with unique career opportunities.
Attendance is complimentary for you and any of your direct reports that you feel would benefit from this unparalleled access.
To register for the Tri-State CIO Forum please Click Here.
For more information on the Tri-State CIO Forum please Click Here.
If you have any immediate questions please contact our Program Manager Ryan Gabel firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you on the April 28th.
NY SIM member Mark Polansky was recently interviewed by Forbes.com. You can read the article here.
In May, VP of National Programs Jim Tosone conducted his “Improvisation for Leaders” workshop at the SIM Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, NY Metro, and Midwest Regional Leadership Forums.
NY SIM VP National Programs Jim Tosone was interviewed for The Transformation CIO blog: “Improvisational Skills Can Elevate Innovation Leadership Capabilities” and for the No Limits podcast: “Episode 1.”
NY SIM member Mark Polansky was quoted in Network Worlds article "CIOs, CTOs shed more techie cred"
Click here to view the APC Research papers available on the national site.
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