Today, I had the opportunity to see a preview of Tom Skill's opening keynote presentation. It was the Rickey Henderson of presentations. It was the perfect lead-off to a great day. The presentation touches on and can be referenced by every presentation for the remainder of the day. Tom Skill and his colleagues at UD used 80 sources to research what the technology landscape will be in 2013. Attendees will learn their findings and also walk away with something else.
Can you please provide any solutions to this in the comments? The company is not in the Dayton region.
I’m wondering if you could steer me to someone who would be willing to chat about our IT needs. I just don’t seem to be up to speed on what is available anymore. There has been soooo much proliferation!
Contributed by Kevin Kampman
At the Dayton Technology First CIO Forecast on December 9th, there were a number of key insights set forth about what firms should expect in 2010. The Forecast was facilitated by Burton Group Executive Strategist Jack Santos; participants included Rob Whittington of WorkflowOne, Jim Bradley of Motoman, John Huelsman of Midmark, and Jon Russell of Kettering Health Network. While these executives’ companies are all based in the Dayton Ohio area, their perspectives correspond to those of other organizations that Burton Group interacts with:
On December 9th, Technology First will hold the CIO Forecast Luncheon at Sinclair Community College. Discussion will be moderated by Jack Santos, an executive strategist for the Burton Group and panelists will include Rob Whittington from WorkflowOne, Jim Bradley from Motoman, John Huelsman from Midmark and Jon Russell from Kettering Health Network.
I really liked this Y2K retrospective on Slate, http://www.slate.com/id/2235357/entry/2235359/. The article makes a point that it is one of the few times in recent history where people worked pro-actively to work on something. The article asks the question if we spent too much time and money worrying about the problem. I wish that the article had deleved into that answer deeper.
A long-time member of Technology First recently complained to me that we need to be more fun. Since I do not know enough about IT to post anything more intellectual than a witty /. Comment (yeah, I'm cool), my posts will be lighter than our other posters.