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Machiavelli CIO 2.0: Mastering the Art of Manipulation
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9/16/2010
When: Thursday
6:00 Social Hour 7:00 Dinner & Presentation
Where: Burning Tree Country Club
120 Perkins Rd
Greenwich, Connecticut  06830
United States
Contact: Melissa Marr

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About the Program:

CIOs must be both strategic and tactical masters. Knowing which target to conquer is easier than knowing how to conquer it. Machiavelli provides clear guidance for CIOs and IT leaders, but Machiavellian CIO novices focus on executing his advice regarding the use of force. Machiavellian CIOs at the 2.0 level focus on applying his advice on the more complex and subtle yet controversial art of manipulation.

Key Issues:

  • Which are the most subtle and invisible Machiavellian CIO tactics?
  • Which manipulation tactics are more powerful than power itself, in accomplishing IT goals?
  • Where are the lines between management, manipulation and ethics in IT?

About the Speaker:

Tina Nunno is a research vice president in Gartner's CIO Research group based in Stamford, Connecticut. Ms. Nunno is responsible for conducting research and developing publications aimed at helping CIOs and their organizations around the world improve their performance and contribution. She specializes in CIO-related management issues including working with the board of directors, executive communication strategies, change leadership and governance strategies. She also focuses on issues specific to women in technology. Ms. Nunno's most recent research deals with navigating complex CIO decisions and sensitive organizational politics issues. She focuses on specific strategies and tactics for managing IT political land mines. Ms. Nunno also explores the use of more extreme political tactics in her research titled, "Machiavelli's Guide to IT." Prior to joining Gartner in 1997, Ms. Nunno worked for the Congressional Research Service of the Library of Congress. As part of her work for the Congressional Research Service, she led interparliamentary technical assistance programs. She also conducted research on a variety of issues related to international affairs, national defense and United Nations-related issues.

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