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Friday, March 6 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Make It So: The Challenge of Making Your CEO's Visions an IT Reality - #15NTCceovisions

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The relationship between a CEO and his/her IT staff is critical to organizational success. This presentation will offer insight into the perspective of CEOs whose visions may surpass resources, as well as IT Directors who need to find manageable solutions and IT staff who need to think both creatively and technically.

This is an interactive session that will offer practical advice on how to find the right balance within your organization. Communication is the gateway to building a relationship based on trust and understanding between Management and IT staff. We’ll discuss the importance of IT staff becoming integrated into the culture of the organization and included in the decision making process, and we’ll provide real-life examples and tips on how to do that within your organization.

Whether you are a CEO who sees how others are using technology and doesn’t want to get left behind, an IT Director whose staff is apprehensive of the next request from “the corner office”, or a techie who is expected to have all of the answers, you will benefit from this interactive session that will offer suggestions on changes and implementation strategies that you can apply when you get back to the office.

Speakers
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Karen Addams

Information Services Director, Parent to Parent of Georgia
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Joseph La Belle

Youth Liaison, Family Network on Disabilities
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Richard La Belle

Family Network on Disabilities
Richard La Belle is the Executive Director of Family Network on Disabilities of Florida, Inc. Prior to becoming Executive Director in 2005, Mr. La Belle practiced law for nearly 20 years, concentrating in the areas of disability law, including special needs trusts. | | Mr. La Belle and his wife are the parents of four children, two of whom have disabilities. He  has long been active in promoting the rights and welfare of persons... Read More →


Friday March 6, 2015 1:30pm - 3:00pm
MR 10A