IT is too important to leave to IT

Date:
Thursday 22 June 2017

Time:
6.30pm - 8.00pm

Venue:
BCS London, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA | Maps

Cost:
Free of Charge for both BCS members and £10.00 for non-members

Details:

In this interactive session, you'll explore how transformation to the digital enterprise is influencing the way we think about 'business and IT' and how it is changing IT's operating model. After an introductory talk to set the scene, you'll discuss and debate the pros and cons of various ways of organising IT, for instance centralisation in a single IT department versus IT functions in each line of business. The session is intended to increase awareness of the 'digital enterprise' and to develop thoughts on what actually needs to change in order to be effective.

Presenter - Mark Smalley

Mark SmalleyMark Smalley is an independent I&T management consultant at Smalley.IT and is ambassador-in-chief at the ASL BiSL Foundation. This non-profit professional membership organisation is based in the Netherlands with ambassadors in ten countries on three continents. The Foundation collects and shares good practice in the areas of application management and information management. Mark is tasked with sharing these practices and building bridges with other I&T-related communities around the globe.

Mark has a background as practitioner, manager, and trainer/consultant in application development/management, IT management and information management. He is also known as The IT Paradigmologist because of his interest in changing perspectives on IT. Mark is Anglo-Dutch and has lived in the Netherlands for 40 years, currently just outside Amsterdam. He is married with three children.

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