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I've only skimmed the first half of this, and it looks really good.

Your institution probably needs to have a Gartner subscription for you to access it. 

Marketing IT: Avoiding the Road to Disenfranchisement and Disempowerment
URL: <http://my.gartner.com/portal/server.pt?gr=dd&ref=g_emalert&resId=1989515&refVal=1567044&z>
Published: 19 April 2012 | 26 pages
Author: Santos, Jack
Summary: There is a strong connection between the messages IT sends to the rest of the organization, how IT employees feel about themselves, and how IT messages affect the rest of the organization. Disenfranchisement and disempowerment could be serious side effects of the messages IT practitioners deliver.

- David

Deputy CIO David Stack, Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
david@uwm.edu



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IT Communicators,

If - like me - you can't afford the Gartner subscription, you'll be happy to know we lured David into presenting a summary of the article in the May coffee shop!

Carlyn  Chatfield
Manager, IT Technical  Communications
Rice University
Houston, Texas 77005
713.348.4819

On 4/20/2012 9:52 AM, David wrote:
I've only skimmed the first half of this, and it looks really good.

Your institution probably needs to have a Gartner subscription for you to access it. 

Marketing IT: Avoiding the Road to Disenfranchisement and Disempowerment
URL: <http://my.gartner.com/portal/server.pt?gr=dd&ref=g_emalert&resId=1989515&refVal=1567044&z>
Published: 19 April 2012 | 26 pages
Author: Santos, Jack
Summary: There is a strong connection between the messages IT sends to the rest of the organization, how IT employees feel about themselves, and how IT messages affect the rest of the organization. Disenfranchisement and disempowerment could be serious side effects of the messages IT practitioners deliver.

- David

Deputy CIO David Stack, Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
david@uwm.edu



********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

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Okay – I'm a Facebook addict.  I was looking for the LIKE button when I read your email. :)

Melanie T. Thomas   MBA

Manager, Marketing & Communications

Information Resources & Planning

The University of Texas at El Paso

Office: 747-6825

Staff Council


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Subject: Re: [ITCOMM] Gartner on "Marketing IT: Avoiding the Road to Disenfranchisement and Disempowerment"

IT Communicators,

If - like me - you can't afford the Gartner subscription, you'll be happy to know we lured David into presenting a summary of the article in the May coffee shop!

Carlyn  Chatfield
Manager, IT Technical  Communications
Rice University
Houston, Texas 77005
713.348.4819

On 4/20/2012 9:52 AM, David wrote:
I've only skimmed the first half of this, and it looks really good.

Your institution probably needs to have a Gartner subscription for you to access it. 

Marketing IT: Avoiding the Road to Disenfranchisement and Disempowerment
URL: <http://my.gartner.com/portal/server.pt?gr=dd&ref=g_emalert&resId=1989515&refVal=1567044&z>
Published: 19 April 2012 | 26 pages
Author: Santos, Jack
Summary: There is a strong connection between the messages IT sends to the rest of the organization, how IT employees feel about themselves, and how IT messages affect the rest of the organization. Disenfranchisement and disempowerment could be serious side effects of the messages IT practitioners deliver.

- David

Deputy CIO David Stack, Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
david@uwm.edu



********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

love it!

On 4/20/2012 12:49 PM, Thomas, Melanie T. MBA wrote:
Okay – I'm a Facebook addict.  I was looking for the LIKE button when I read your email. :)

Melanie T. Thomas   MBA

Manager, Marketing & Communications

Information Resources & Planning

The University of Texas at El Paso

Office: 747-6825

Staff Council


From: "carlyn@rice.edu" <carlyn@rice.edu>
Reply-To: IT Comm Listserv <ITCOMM@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU>
To: IT Comm Listserv <ITCOMM@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU>
Subject: Re: [ITCOMM] Gartner on "Marketing IT: Avoiding the Road to Disenfranchisement and Disempowerment"

IT Communicators,

If - like me - you can't afford the Gartner subscription, you'll be happy to know we lured David into presenting a summary of the article in the May coffee shop!

Carlyn  Chatfield
Manager, IT Technical  Communications
Rice University
Houston, Texas 77005
713.348.4819

On 4/20/2012 9:52 AM, David wrote:
I've only skimmed the first half of this, and it looks really good.

Your institution probably needs to have a Gartner subscription for you to access it. 

Marketing IT: Avoiding the Road to Disenfranchisement and Disempowerment
URL: <http://my.gartner.com/portal/server.pt?gr=dd&ref=g_emalert&resId=1989515&refVal=1567044&z>
Published: 19 April 2012 | 26 pages
Author: Santos, Jack
Summary: There is a strong connection between the messages IT sends to the rest of the organization, how IT employees feel about themselves, and how IT messages affect the rest of the organization. Disenfranchisement and disempowerment could be serious side effects of the messages IT practitioners deliver.

- David

Deputy CIO David Stack, Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
david@uwm.edu



********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
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Excellent!  What is the date/time for the May coffee shop? 

 

Friday May 11, 11AM Central
Other time zones and login details in the wiki:
http://www.educause.edu/wiki/Virtual+Coffee+Shop

On 4/23/2012 7:46 AM, Bachand, Jane wrote:

Excellent!  What is the date/time for the May coffee shop?