Most organizations today are fundamentally dependent on their IT systems. Few could survive for very long without them. It is ironic, then, that most companies are also dissatisfied with the value and contribution that IT is making to their business. Blame is usually laid at the door of the company’s IT leader. ESMT research reveals that many are struggling with the kind of leadership necessary to drive their organizations forward in the use of IT.
The IT Leadership Program (ITL) provides the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to be a successful and dynamic IT leader. The underpinning philosophy of this program is that chief information officers (CIO) and IT Directors are first and foremost business leaders, albeit with special responsibilities for IT. By the end of the program, participants will have developed leadership capabilities that will help them to shape the strategic direction, innovation, and value that organizations derive from IT. They will also have the confidence to operate effectively in the C-suite.
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Participants will expand their knowledge and enhance their personal performance as effective IT leaders. While developing leadership capabilities to advance their careers, they will learn new essential skills and competencies. This, in turn, will help shape strategic direction, drive innovation, and optimize the value that organizations derive from IT. Finally, the program offers access to a lifelong learning network.
The program consists of three modules:
Module 1: 05.12 - 08.12.2017
Module 2: 30.01. - 01.02.2018
Module 3: 21.03. - 22.03.2018
Tuition: 8.900 EUR
12/05/2017 09:00 - 12/08/2017 17:00
ESMT European School of Management and Technology GmbH
Business and commerce
Economics / business administration, Information technology
Types of events:
Seminar / workshop / discussion
Corporate Communications and Marketing
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event53839
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