VERY EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
In this Issue:
  • Press Release
  • Help Shape the Agenda
  • Call for CIO Leadership Award Nominations
  • Early Bird Registration is Open - $645
Press Release
2020 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium to Empower Global CIOs To Design Their Enterprise for Sustained Success -- Registration is now open for nation's premier CIO conference on May 19, 2020; early bird registration by February 29 provides 50% savings

"We're looking forward to empowering CIOs to be strategically flexible in responding quickly to new competitive threats and opportunities which is vital in today's digital economy," said Lindsey Anderson, Chair of the 2020 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium. "The Symposium's panel sessions and networking will provide the education, insight on innovative technologies, and real-world examples to help CIOs architect a business for long term success."
Help Shape the Agenda
We have another great collection of topics to offer you this year, but only one day to fit them all in. Your input is needed to help decide which ones will be general sessions and which ones will be break outs. Tell us what panels are of most interest by voting for them now. All panels and descriptions along with voting information are on one, easy to scan page. We also welcome your direct feedback, just hit reply.
Call for CIO Leadership Award Nominations
Are you an Exceptional CIO? Know somebody who is?
Will your organization be applying for this year's CIO Leadership Award? Do you have a nominee at another organization, perhaps a customer or partner? If so, it's time to act, the submission deadline is March 1, 2020.

Applications are due March 1 . Information about the award and the application can be found at http://www.mitcio.com/award . Please contact award@mitcio.com with any questions about the application process.
Early Bird Registration is Open - Just $645!
Early Bird Registration, only $645, closes Feb. 29, 2020. Join us and gain actionable academic knowledge coupled with real world insight to help your organization thrive in the digital economy.
Cordially,
Lindsey Anderson
MIT Center for Information Systems Research

MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association

MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy