The Changing Role of the CIO | Technological Leadership Institute
An event geared towards TLI alumni & students, CSE students & faculty and their invited guests:
The one constant in technology is change — new technologies, processes and business drivers. Over the years, Chief Information Officers have often focused on "keeping the lights on" managing the technology footprint to deliver results and value to their organizations. Given the disruptive technologies available to businesses today, especially around digital, change is occurring at an accelerated pace — and with it, the role of CIO is evolving. This begs the question, what makes a CIO successful in the digital age? How do technology professionals know what their organization needs, and how they need to lead? Join us for a panel discussion led by one of our M.S. in Management of Technology faculty members.
Join us for happy hour (appetizers and cash bar) from 5:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. to network with University and community technology professionals. The program will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m.
5:30 p.m.: Happy hour & networking
6:00 p.m.: Program begins
7:00 p.m.: Large group Q&A with the guest speakers
7:15 p.m.: Program concludes & networking
About the Speaker
Judy Pennington has spent the last 30+ years working in and around technology organizations. She has a foundation in technology and has focused at the intersection of people and technology. Judy has specialized in IT around workforce transformation, leadership development, operating model and organizational design, learning and development, culture and change management. Judy has experience designing and developing streamlined IT organizations and operations from working both inside IT organizations (she has been part of three IT executive leadership teams as a direct report to the CIO) and in a consultative role. Most recently, Judy was a managing director with Deloitte Consulting, where she was a CIO Fellow and a member of the leadership team and faculty for the CIO Next Generation Academy. She also led the IT workforce transformation practice for Deloitte. She has co-authored a number of articles for the Wall Street Journal CIO Report, as well as for Deloitte's 2015 and 2016 Technical Trends report: "IT Worker of the Future" (2015) and "RightSpeeding IT" (2016).
Tom Butterfield is the chief information officer of TCF Financial Corporation. He oversees enterprise information technology, including infrastructure, service delivery and application development. He has more than two decades of leadership experience in technology across a variety of industries, including Target Corporation, UnitedHealth Group, Deluxe Corporation, First Bank Corporate Payment Systems, Norwest Bank Card Services and Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Iowa. He holds a master's in business administration from Drake University and a comptuer science degree from the University of Iowa.
Alistair Jacques is a senior vice president and CIO for Fairview Health Services (FHS), a large Academic Health System, and oversees Information Technology for 11 hospitals, more than 100 clinics and more than 70 senior/assisted living facilities, as well as the University of Minnesota Medical Center. He has more than 30 years of global IT experience. Prior to FHS, he held a variety of IT leadership roles at United HealthGroup, Cargill, Northwest Airlines, Ernst & Young, Shearson Lehman and Barclays Bank. His career is characterized by large, diverse, complex and regulated industries. His work is focused on change management and driving performance excellence. He is passionate about creating a positive organizational culture. Alistair holds a degree in Business Studies from the University of Manchester, England.
Khalid Kark is a thought leader with experience helping technology leaders thrive with a proven track record of leading high-performing teams and consulting delivery in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. He joined the US CIO Program as a research director with Deloitte LLP. In this role, he is focused on defining and developing a CIO research agenda. He is responsible for organizing and driving research initiatives – including surveys, client workshops, executive interviews and polls – and supporting client engagements as required. He is also responsible for featuring Deloitte’s research and insights employing various tools, such as publications, keynotes, and partnerships, to highlight key issues for technology leaders globally. Before joining Deloitte, Khalid ran the CIO Research practice at Forrester. In this role, he was responsible for managing a global team of high-performing analysts and driving a cohesive and well-aligned research agenda. He also led strategic partnerships and collaboration opportunities inside and outside of Forrester. His research has been widely quoted in the press and media outlets, such as MSNBC, The Boston Globe and CIO Magazine.