HMG Strategy Presents 2011 CIO Executive Leadership Series of High-Impact Events Focused on Leveraging Transformation to Achieve Business Success in Changing Markets
WESTPORT, Conn., Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- HMG Strategy, the Connecticut-based producer of world-class CIO leadership events, announced its 2011 schedule of events today.
"Our CIO executive leadership series clearly demonstrates the depth of our strategic commitment to the CIO/IT leadership community," said Hunter Muller, President and CEO, HMG Strategy. "Transformational leadership is foundational for success in today's ultra-competitive markets. Events such as these are essential for staying current with the changes in this rapidly evolving industry. We are incredibly proud of our successful 2010 event series, and it looks like 2011 will be another great year."
The unique series of invitation-only events, produced by HMG Strategy, provides exclusive opportunities for sharing critical knowledge, exploring new strategies, and envisioning new revenue streams through innovative use of information technology. Hot topics for next year include cloud computing, enterprise collaboration, mobile workforce, strategic sourcing, security and the new CIO skill set.
The 2011 schedule includes events in major markets across North America:
Phoenix – CIO Executive Leadership Roundtable – January 19, 2011
New York City – CIO Summit of America – January 31, 2011
San Francisco – CIO Executive Leadership Summit – February 22, 2011
Houston – CIO Executive Leadership Summit – March 1, 2011
Boston – CIO Executive Leadership Summit – March 10, 2011
Toronto – CIO Executive Leadership Roundtable – May 5, 2011
Chicago – CIO Executive Leadership Summit – May 13, 2011
New York – CIO Executive Leadership Roundtable – June 9, 2011
Atlanta – CIO Executive Leadership Summit – August 19, 2011
Dallas – CIO Executive Leadership Summit – September 12, 2011
Memphis – Strategy Series for Executives (Summit) – September 22, 2011
Fairfield/Westchester – CIO Executive Leadership Summit – October 24, 2011
Los Angeles – CIO Executive Leadership Roundtable – November 3, 2011
This year's events featured compelling keynote speakers, panelists and discussion leaders from leading global companies including Accenture, Avon, Boeing, Boston Scientific, Cisco, CVS Caremark, Flextronics, Gartner, GE Capital, IBM, Kimberly-Clark, Korn/Ferry International, Lexmark, Manulife Financial, Maple Leaf Foods, McAfee, Motorola, Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide, Procter & Gamble, Red Hat, Rogers Communications, Shell Oil, SAS, Verizon, VMware, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Terex, and Yum! Brands.
"We are extremely excited by the passion and expertise of our speakers and presenters," said Muller. "We have lined up an incredible array of talent to make sure that 2011 is a truly exceptional year."
HMG Strategy events are sponsored by major business organizations including Blackberry, CA Technologies, Chateaux Software, Compuware, CSC, Google, IBM, McAfee, Numara Software, Pegasystems, Polycom, Red Hat, Salesforce.com, Software One, Tangoe, and Verizon Business and Workday.
HMG's strategic partners include Egon Zehnder International, Heidrick & Struggles, Korn/Ferry International, Russell Reynolds Associates, and Spencer Stuart.
HMG Strategy produces a series of high-level CIO leadership events aimed at bringing world-class IT leaders together with C-suite executives to discuss business transformation and the evolution of the CIO from technology chief to transformational business leader. HMG Strategy's thought leadership network helps CIO/Senior IT executives achieve their critical strategic, operational and career objectives by interconnecting them with leading business and technology professionals.
For more information about the CIO Executive Leadership Series and HMG Strategy, please visit www.hmgstrategy.com.
General Inquiries: Please contact Melissa Marr at 203-460-1924 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsorship Opportunities: Please contact Hunter Muller at 203-221-2702 or via e-mail at email@example.com
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