Afternoon Seminar: Technology-Enabled Business Breakthroughs
Evening Banquet: The Renaissance CIO Banquet (Claremont Resort Hotel)
On behalf of the Fisher CIO Leadership Program of the Haas School of Business at UC-Berkeley and of Gartner’s Executive Programs team, we cordially invite you to join fellow CIOs and special guests at the annual landmark CIO Community Event and Celebratory Banquet.
In the afternoon, at UC-Berkeley, participate in the Technology-Enabled Business Breakthroughs seminar, featuring distinguished guest Tom Keiser, CIO of The Gap,, Gartner's VP & Gartner Fellow, Mark Raskino, and the CIO Mastermind Panel: Leading a CIO Renaissance. In the evening, at the Claremont Resort Hotel, enjoy the Celebratory Banquet to honor the Renaissance CIOs and the winner of the second Fisher-Hopper Prize for Lifetime Achievement in CIO Leadership.
Special invited guests include all four of the Finalists for the 2nd annual awarding of the Fisher-Hopper Prize for Lifetime Achievement in CIO Leadership: Louis V. Ehrlich of Chevron, Chris Hjelm of The Kroger Co., Chris Perretta of State Street Corp., and Rebecca Rhoads of the Raytheon Company, plus the winner last year, Filippo Passerini of Proctor and Gamble. Additionally, eleven of the original Renaissance CIOs have been invited: Dawn Lepore of Charles Schwas, Rob Carter of FedEX, Art Money of the US Dept of Defense, Charlie Feld of FritoLay, DuWayne Peterson of Merrill Lynch, Carl Wilson of Marriott Int'l, Pete Solvik of Cisco, Bobby Martin of WalMart, Bill Kelvie of FannieMae, Jack Hancock of Chemical Bank, and Melodie Mayberry-Stewart of City of Cleveland.
The evening program will be held at:
The Claremont Resort Hotel - Horizon Room
41 Tunnel Road Berkeley, CA 94705
Mention "Renaissance CIO Banquet" for special room rate
For more information, please visit the event website.
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UC Berkeley CIO Leadership Program
The CIO Leadership Program at the Fisher Center for Management and Technology promotes interaction between corporate executives and CIOs and U. C. Berkeley faculty and students. The Center serves professional and academic communities having interest in information technology by promoting dynamic interactions between corporate practice, research, and instruction, and by encouraging the professional development of participating information technology professionals, students, and faculty.