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Information Technology Peer Group Virtual Meeting 

Building an Effective Enterprise Technology Roadmap 
January 31, 2023 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM 
Learn how to build an enterprise technology roadmap that effectively links business objectives back to strategic technology initiatives. 
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Description:

One of the most important tools in the technology leader's arsenal is the strategic roadmap. It serves as a North Star for the organization and communicates the technology plan for the enterprise. The strategic roadmap can be used to persuade executives to give key programs the green light, while motivating cross-functional delivery teams to get ready for the work. It also helps keep everyone focused on the right technology priorities throughout execution. In this session join Gustav Toppenberg, Digital Transformation Executive with Janus Insights and Boston Consulting Group alum, in learning how to build a technology roadmap for your organization that fosters cross-functional alignment, enables transformation, and supports the strategic goals of the business.


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Agenda Items:
10:00 AM Welcome & Opening Remarks
  Heidi Rozmiarek, UWEBC IT Practice Director

10:10 AM Building an Effective Enterprise Technology Roadmap
  Gustav Toppenberg, Digital Transformation Executive at Janus Insights

11:50 AM Wrap Up & Closing Remarks
  Heidi Rozmiarek, IT Practice Director at UWEBC

12:00 PM Adjourn
 
 
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