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MIT Sloan CIO Symposium - Inventing Your Future: Accelerating Success Through Technology, May 20, 2015

MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy

at the 2015 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium

 


In this Issue...
  • Early Bird Registration Ends March 1
  • MIT IDE Thought Leadership Ups the Ante
  • Welcome  Gold Sponsor Hitachi Consulting
  • IDE Stars in the News
 

Early Bird Registration ends March 1. Register now for significant savings!

 

You'll save $400 when you register by March 1!  On March 1 the Early-Bird price of $595 ends and registration increases to $995. Our generous cancellation policy allows you to cancel up to May 1 (minus a small processing fee). And you can always transfer your registration to someone else at no charge. 

MIT IDE Thought Leadership Ups the Ante

 

This year's Symposium will have more MIT academic content and leadership than ever before, thanks to the addition of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE) as a Co-Organizer! Let me elaborate what the IDE brings to the Symposium.

 

The Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE) is a major effort addressing the impact of digital technology on business, the economy, and society.  Drawing upon MIT Sloan's strengths in technology and innovation, its internationally recognized faculty, and over a decade of research and partnership through Sloan's Center for Digital Business, the new Initiative will analyze the broad changes brought about by digital technology.  Many of the key issues are described in two recent books by Professor Erik Brynjolfsson and Dr. Andrew McAfee called Race Against the Machine and The Second Machine Age.  Nearly all of their research publications are available at no cost to the IT community at large through their website, http://mitsloan.mit.edu/ide.

 

MIT IDE has organized the following Symposium panels:

Erik BrynjolfssonMarshall Van AlstyneAlex Pentland Sinan Aral Nils FonstadAndrew McAfee
Erik Brynjolfsson
Marshall Van AlstyneAlex (Sandy) PentlandSinan AralGeorge WestermanAndrew McAfee
We are thrilled to have MIT IDE join us and look forward to our ongoing partnership. We hope you agree that their participation makes a great Symposium even better.

 

Welcome Gold Sponsor Hitachi Consulting
Hitachi Consulting

The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is proud to welcome Gold Sponsor, Hitachi Consulting! Hitachi Consulting is committed to helping clients bring their business visions to life through industry- led services and solutions. Hitachi Consulting leverages decades of business process, industry and leading- edge technology experience to develop and implement practical business strategies and technology solutions that enable measurable business value and achieve sustainable ROI. Find out more at www.hitachiconsulting.com.

IDE Stars in the News

A sampling of recent articles featuring IDE experts who will be speaking in May:

  • Stars in the NewsErik Brynjolfsson and Andy McAfee, PBS NewsHour (Feb 20): Will your job exist in the future, or will a robot have replaced you? See More �
  • George Westerman, Computerworld (Feb 23): "Tech leaders committed to helping the business find new ways to work need to identify the right IT people and then create ongoing opportunities for them to collaborate creatively with their business unit counterparts" See More �
  • Marshal Van Alstyne, IT-Director.com (Feb 13):  Networks: The new model for B2B business  See More �
Cordially,
Lindsey Anderson
info@mitcio.com
 The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is organized by:

MIT Initiative on the Digital EconomyMIT Sloan Boston Alumni AssociationMIT Center for Information Systems Research
MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy
MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association
MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research