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The Condition of the Profession: Findings from the ECAR Study of IT Leadership

Wednesday, January 1, 2003


In the summer of 2003 the EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research launched a major study of the IT profession in higher education, focusing on issues related to leadership style, innovation, workforce mobility, and aspirations. A study based on this 9-month research project will be published in December-January. This session will highlight the results of survey responses from nearly 2,000 CIOs, and senior and support IT professionals, as well as from focus sessions and in-depth interviews with nearly 60 others.

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