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NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.,
April 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- When top IT leaders gather in
New Brunswick next week, the prime topics of conversation will center on strategies for providing tangible business value to the enterprise in an era of continuous transformation.
The 2012 New Jersey CIO Executive Leadership Summit, held
April 19 at the Hyatt Regency in
New Brunswick, is a meeting of world-class IT executives, industry experts and respected thought leaders. The invitation-only event is produced by HMG Strategy, a leading global provider of innovative IT leadership, management and technology support.
"Events such as the 2012 New Jersey CIO Executive Leadership Summit are incredibly valuable opportunities for CIOs and senior IT leaders to acquire knowledge, share experiences and meet face-to-face with top industry thought leaders," said
Hunter Muller, President and CEO, HMG Strategy. "This is peer-to-peer networking at the highest level of value. And the timing is perfect because IT is leading a truly epic revolution across the global economy."
Keynote and panel topics include Navigating the Perils of Transformation; Driving Business Results through Mobility; Creating an Innovation Synapse; Leadership Strategies and Transformation; and Emerging Leadership Roles of the CIO.
Keynote speakers and presenters include:
Michael Capone, Corporate VP & CIO, Automatic Data Processing, Inc.
Peter High, Founder and President, Metis Strategy, LLC
Jim Knight, EVP & Global CIO, Chubb & Son Insurance Company
Adrian Kunzle, SVP, Product Development, Salesforce.com
Brian R. Lurie, SVP & CIO, Teleflex Corporation
Michael McKiernan, VP Business Technology, Citrix Systems
Thomas Murphy, SVP & CIO, AmerisourceBergen
Additional speakers and panelists include
Shawn Banerji, Managing Director, Russell Reynolds Associates;
Shannon Gibbons, National Director of Development, Npower;
Jon Harding, Global CIO, Conair Corporation;
Jean Hill, CTO, First New York Securities;
Judy Homer, President, JB Homer Associates;
Daniel Mullin, Partner, Heidrick & Struggles;
Adam Noble, SVP & CIO, GAF Materials Corporation;
Mark Polansky, Managing Director, IT Officers Practice, Korn/Ferry International;
Margot Sharapova, CIO, GE Healthcare Medical Diagnostics;
Paul Strong, CTO, Global Field and Customer Initiatives, VMware;
Hugo Toledo, CTO, Chateaux Software; and
Hank Zupnick, CIO, GE Real Estate.
"Thought leadership content with high level interaction provides a unique learning and networking opportunity, driving the highest level of success for modern CIOs," Muller said.