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Wednesday
Oct 19th, 2011
10:30 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Room 113B/C
Eastern Time
IT executives must make decisions regarding three very distinct and interrelated "time zones": the realities of "now" (current fiscal year); the problems and possibilities of "next" (36 to 60 months out); and the potential of "later" (five-plus years in the future). Most organizations allocate the vast majority of their resources to managing the now, leaving the next and later time zones hungry for attention and resources. This session will share research findings of best practices related to managing the future.
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"We're going to spend most of the rest of our lives in the future" - Thornton May #EDU11 #E11_FS01 ;)

May-san, Ware-ware Mondai ga Arimasu yo! (but customer problems can be treasures) #EDU11 #E11_FS01


Comments

"We're going to spend most of the rest of our lives in the future" - Thornton May #EDU11 #E11_FS01 ;)

May-san, Ware-ware Mondai ga Arimasu yo! (but customer problems can be treasures) #EDU11 #E11_FS01