Date/Time: Tuesday, October 13th 3:00PM EST
Speaker: Martha Heller, CEO, Heller Search Associates
With technology the beating heart of every business, executive teams need to start thinking of IT as strategic advantage, not an operational expense. This is particularly important during COVID-19, when cost cutting is on every CEO’s mind. How are CIOs shifting the discussion of IT from cost to value? How are IT teams moving from “order taker” to “business partner?” How are IT leaders communicating IT value to their business teams? Join Martha Heller, IT leadership executive recruiter and author of Be the Business: CIOs in the New Era of IT, in this must-attend virtual event.
About Martha Heller
Martha Heller is one of the most widely followed voices on the role of the CIO. She has been a CIO.com contributor since 1999 and was founder of the CIO Executive Council, IDG’s professional organization for CIOs.
Martha has written two books on IT leadership: The CIO Paradox: Battling the Contradictions of IT Leadership (2012) and Be the Business: CIOs in the New Era of IT (2016)
Martha is CEO of Heller Search Associates, an executive recruiting firm that specializes in technology leadership positions nationwide across all industries.
Through all of these platforms, Martha has built a large, intellectually engaged network of technology executives, many of whom contribute to her widely read e-newsletter, “The Heller Report.” Target Research recently named Martha as a top influencer of U.S.-based CIOs.