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CIO Trends – The Harvey Nash KPMG 2015 CIO Survey In this session we will review the global and US trends identified in the recent Harvey Nash KPMG CIO Survey. The Harvey Nash CIO Survey, in association with KPMG, is the world’s largest study on the strategies, plans and careers of technology executives. This year almost 4,000 IT leaders and technology executives took part. This session will feature a summary presentation outlining the key findings of the survey followed by a panel disc

9/18/2015
When: 9/18/15
11:30 AM until 1:30 PM
Where: The Georgian Club
100 Galleria Pkwy SE
Atlanta, Georgia  30339
United States
Presenter: Mitch Kenfield
Contact: Dr. Dave Chatterjee
7062248699


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CIO Trends – The Harvey Nash KPMG 2015 CIO Survey
 
In this session we will review the global and US trends identified in the recent Harvey Nash KPMG CIO Survey.  The Harvey Nash CIO Survey, in association with KPMG, is the world’s largest study on the strategies, plans and careers of technology executives. This year almost 4,000 IT leaders and technology executives took part.
 
This session will feature a summary presentation outlining the key findings of the survey followed by a panel discussion featuring 2-3 SIM members to discuss implications of 3-5 key survey findings.
 
The session will be facilitated by Mitch Kenfield, Principal, CIO Advisory Practice, KPMG
 
About Mitch Kenfield:
 
Mitch is a Principal in KPMG’s Advisory Services practice with 20 years of experience of IT consulting and solutions development across multiple industries. He has managed a wide range of consulting assignments including IT strategy and planning efforts, IT organizational and process improvements, systems design and development, and data center and infrastructure transformations.  His experiences have come from a broad range of industries including High Tech, Industrial Manufacturing, Consumer Products, Retail, Healthcare and Financial Services.  Mitch holds an MS degree in Systems Engineering from George Mason University, a BS degree in Computer Science from The University of Virginia.  Prior to his career in consulting, Mitch served as an officer in the United States Air Force. 

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