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Toronto IT Execs to Discuss Frameworks for Innovation

Toronto – February 13, 2017 – The IT Media Group is pleased to announce that a Master Series CIO Roundtable “A Framework for Innovation” has been scheduled for Toronto on April 6, 2017. We wish to thank Salesforce for their sponsorship of this highly sought after topic.

Digital transformation is top of mind for CIOs and researchers agree that the key benefit is the ability to innovate. Conversely, one of the key roadblocks to executing a Digital Transformation strategy is the inability to innovate. CIOs must be the innovators who can transform breakthroughs in technology into real business solutions.

In this private roundtable for IT exectives, we'll delve into tactics and frameworks being used by organizations to create and sustain innovation.

Discussion points will include:

  • The vital elements of a successful innovation framework and culture
  • Processes and tools that help capture new ideas and manage them
  • Key metrics and incentives that are critical for meaningful innovation
  • How to tactically leverage business partners and suppliers
  • Real world examples of innovation in action

Interested IT executives can use this link to access our brief VIP registration form.

The IT Media Group’s CIO Master Series is one of the most successful event programs for IT executives in Canada, bringing together scores of senior level peers for thoughtful private discussions around the top issues facing enterprise IT. For a better understanding of these events please visit our Video section.

The IT Media Group is an award-winning producer of events and content for senior IT executives. Based in Toronto, our leadership team includes some of the most experienced and well respected media, technology


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