2014 Chief Information Officer Leadership Forum

Chicago, IL  |  June 19, 2014  |  Event Website

Keynote > The Evolving Role of the CIO

Jill shares her experience advising executives across IT and lines of business in an all-star panel session of IT leaders. Urging them to go beyond the binary categories, and explore their own companies’ cultural nuances, she argues that IT’s proverbial “two speed” debate does little to meet companies where they are. In order to assess their true maturity—and where they want to be—Jill advises leaders to consider six different IT archetypes that will guide them toward new ways to innovate, and to succeed: Tactical, Order-Taking, Aligning, Data Provisioning, Brokering, and IT Everywhere.

Her book The New IT: How Technology Leaders Are Enabling Business Strategy in the Digital Age (McGraw-Hill, 2015), lays out the qualities and behaviors of each archetype, offering readers self-assessments to determine their as-is and to-be states. Which IT archetype fits your organization best?


2014 Leadership in Digital Marketing Forum

New York, NY  |  September 23, 2014  |  Event Article

Keynote > Digital at C-Level

Want first-mover advantage in bringing your business into the digital age? Jill Dyché argues that while big data and the cloud can be strategic, they’re not enough to create sustained innovation and bring your customers into the new digital world. In her keynote presentation, Jill discusses an emerging set of C-level roles that are not only changing the organizational landscape at leading companies, but redefining their strategic futures.