Developing a Technology Strategy for Your Company

Developing A Technology Strategy For Your Company


This collection of over 2,000 pages of CTO/CIO best practices is the most definitive resource ever assembled for Chief Technology Officers and Chief Information Officers. The collection features the largest collection ever of best practices on CTO management strategies, available exclusively in this collection the chapters are written by CTOs of companies such as GE, Citigroup, Nextel, Boeing, Staples and more, including pieces written by top lawyers who work with CTOs on technology deals and purchasing agreements. Within these pages lies a wealth of critical information, which every CTO should have at their fingertips and is guaranteed to make an immediate impact and pay for themselves time and again. In addition, the collection features examples of 50+ licensing and legal documents which every CTO should be familiar with, as well as a plethora of expert analysis and indispensable advice on negotiation points and tactics, guaranteed to have a significant impact on decisions that affect the bottom line of your company.The collection includes three executive style binders with approximately 2,000 pages of text, a detailed index sorted by topic, company and keywords, and a CD-ROM with all the content in PDF for easy reference on your computer.The collection features topics such as the following (some from previous books and reports published by Aspatore, others found only in this collection, all exclusively from Aspatore Books - at a discount of over 50% off normal pricing): Rodney Nelsestuen, Vice President, Information and Business Services, AgriBank, FCB - How Business Relationships Determine Technological Efficacy; R. Blake Young, Executive Vice President, Administration and Technology, Dynegy, Inc. - The Importance of Communication in Technology; Tom Beauchamp, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Hot Topic - The Role of a CTO in the Retail Industry; Bill Howard, Chief Information Officer Advocate, Sun Microsystems - The Key to CIO Success; Thor Geir Ramleth, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Bechtel Group, Inc. - The Art of Being a CIO; James E. Burdiss, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Smurfit Stone Container Corporation - Developing a Partnership Between IT and Business Functions; Stephen S. Brown, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Carlson Companies - Strategies for Success; Filippo Passerini, Chief Information Officer and Global Services Officer, Proctor & Gamble - Making an Impact as a CIO; Mike McClaskey, Chief Information Officer, Perot Systems Corporation - A People Business; George Chappelle, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, H. J. Heinz - Building and Working with a Strong Team; Marc West, Senior Vice president and Chief Information Officer, H&R Block - Determining Technology Essentials; Jeffery Carl Almoney, Chief Technology Officer, The Reynolds and Reynolds Company - The Transformation of Automotive Retail; Sheleen Quish, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, U.S. Can Company - A Common-Sense Approach to Information Technology Leadership; Craig A. Bickel, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Cabot Corporation - Using IT to Serve Your Company; Daniel L. Roberts, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, The PMI Group, Inc. - Keeping Business Before Technology; Walter G. Weir, Chief Information Officer, University of Nebraska - Getting a Seat at the Table; Kevin McCarthy, Chief Information Officer, Tyco Plastics and Adhesives - Changing the Landscape of IT; Hank Zupnick, Chief Information Officer, GE Real Estate - Becoming a Successful Information Technology Leader; Laura J. Ciavola, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Concentra, Inc. - Post-Acquisition Integration; Anthony J. Candito, Chief Information Officer, Towers Perrin - Improving the Quality and Cost of Information Technology; Raul Camposano, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer; General Manager, Silicon Engineering Group, Synopsys, Inc. - Technology Leadership in the Semiconductor Industry; Andres Carvallo, Chief Information Officer, Austin Energy - Making Integrated Business Decisions; A. Bryan Kearney, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, IDACORP Inc. & The Idaho Power Company - Keeping IT Simple; Scott Fertig, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Gartner, Inc. - Using Technology in a People Business; Richard R. Langford, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Movie Gallery, Inc. - If No One Follows, Are You a Leader?; Asif Ahmad, Vice President and Chief Information Officer Duke Health Technology Solutions, Duke University Health System - A CIO's Prescription for Technology and Health Care; Robert J. DeStefano, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Astoria Federal Savings - Improving Business Relations Through Communication; Ron V. Rose, Chief Information Officer, priceline.com - Delivering E-Commerce Quality and Velocity; Bertram S. Reese, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Sentara Healthcare and Jerry Kevorkian, Chief Technology Officer, Sentara Healthcare - Creating a Financial Impact: A Health Care Perspective; James Sanford Phillips, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Jackson Health System - The Pillars of Success; Ken Erdner, Vice President, Information Technology, Old Dominion Freight Line - Weeding Through the Fads to Find Success; Grant A. Richardson, Senior Director of Information and Technology Systems, ABX Air Inc. - Adding Value to Your Organization; Tony Sabatino, Chief Technology Officer, Alamosa PCS - Everyone is Your Customer; Sean Moriarty, Chief Operations Officer, Ticketmaster - Building Relationships and Overcoming Challenges; John Beale, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, City National Bank - Check Your Ego at the Door; Jerrold M. Grochow, Vice President, Information Services and Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology - The Bond Between Business and Technology; Dan A. Canzano, Vice President, Information Technology, Paychex Inc. - Using IT to Provide Premier Service; Steven C. Rubinow, Chief Technology Officer, Archipelago Holdings Inc. - A Roadmap to Success as a Technologist; Bill Grimm, Chief Information Officer, Pacific Capital Bancorp - Strategies for Mid-Sized Financial Institutions; David Egbert, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Viasystems Group Inc. - The Technology is the Easy Part; B. Scott McGlaun, Chief Information Officer, Synovus Financial Corp. - Building and Managing a Strong Team; Lac Van Tran, Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer, and Associate Dean, Rush University Medical Center - Goals of an IT Executive; Michael S. Irizarry, Executive Vice President, Engineering and Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Cellular - Setting and Reaching Goals as a Technology Leader; Russ Rosen, Chief Information Officer, Rooms to Go - Overcoming Challenges and Building a Strong Team; Timothy Young, Vice President, Information Technology, Bright Horizons Family Solutions - A Look at Technology in the Childcare Industry; David J. Gray, Vice President of Information Technology, Chief Information Officer, and Chief Executive Officer, UMassOnline, University of Massachusetts - Technology Management in Higher Education; Christopher R. Barber, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, WesCorp - The Technology Leader: Part Technologist, Part Businessman, Part Psychologist; Jack Barsky, Chief Information Officer, ConEdison Solutions - The Importance of Establishing a Strategy; Lehi L. Mills, Chief Technology Officer, Travizon Inc. - Technology: Changing the Way We Work; Julie F. Butcher, Vice President, Information Technology, MDC Holdings Inc. - Helping Companies Accomplish More; Ric Villarreal, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Oakwood Worldwide - Creating Strategic Momentum; Steve Hannah, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, CRST International - Setting the Vision and Delivering on the Goals; Gregg Zank, Chief Technology Officer, Dow Corning Corporation - Visions for the Technological Explosion; Philip J. Brody, Chief Technology Officer & Assistant Superintendent, Clark County School District - The Role of Technology in the Education Industry; Michael S. Broos, Senior Vice President & Chief Technology Officer, CreditRiskMonitor - Aligning Technology with Fundamental Business Strategies; Dan Wagner, Chief Information Officer, Global Crossing - The Role of a CTO: Embracing Change and Responsibility; Barry Vandevier, Chief Technology Officer, Travelocity - Utilizing Technology in the Travel Industry; Rick Treese, Chief Technology Officer, Advanstar Communications - Making Critical Technology Decisions; Andr V. Mendes, Vice President & Chief Technology Integration Officer, PBS - The Role of Technology in the World of Digital Media; Michael V. Lucas, Information Technology Director, Hogan & Hartson LLP - Keeping Technology Current at a Moderate Price; Paul Lanham, Chief Technology Officer, Jones Apparel Group - Leading IT in Retail; Christopher A. Kowalsky, Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Education Management Corporation - Technology Solutions for Education Management; Ben Harris, Deputy Secretary of Operations & Technology, Department of Children and Families - Execution Crisis: My Tour of Duty in Government; Rick Gemereth, Chief Information Officer, PCA International - Valuing Teamwork & Innovation in IT; Patrick Flynn, Senior Vice President, Technology, Getty Images - Cost-Effective Integration for Global Companies; Dr. Robert T. Fraley, Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer, Monsanto Company - Implementing & Discovering New Technology; Robert F. Brammer, Vice President & Chief Technology Officer, Northrop Grumman Information Technology - The CTO as Technology Strategist & Investment Manager; Dr. Carl S. Ledbetter, Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, N1596224428\\This collection of over 2,000 pages of patent legal strategies is the most definitive resource ever assembled of best practices for patent lawyers. The collection features the largest collection ever of specific patent legal strategies, available exclusively in this collection, and is written by patent chairs of over 50 of the world's largest firms. Within these pages lies a wealth of critical information, which every patent lawyer should have at their fingertips and is guaranteed to make an immediate impact and pay for themselves time and again in both time savings and ideas for alternative client strategies. In addition, the collection features examples of 50+ patent related legal documents with line by line analysis, negotiation points and strategies.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781596224384
  • ISBN: 159622438X
  • Publication Year: 2006
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