National Management & IT Symposium: creating order in complex problems

Internet sociologist and Chief Scientific Officer at Cognitive Edge Dave Snowden will give a keynote presentation about creating order in complex problems during the third edition of the Dutch event National Management & IT Symposium (MITS). Snowden is founder of the international acknowledged Cynefin Framework. The event is organized by ITWNET is cooperation with iBestuur.

Snowden is a popular international speaker who wrote an article about leadership that featured as the main article in the Harvard Business Review of November 2017. His work is used in many different industries and by many organizations, including the U.S. White House. During this keynote you will learn how to solve complex IT challenges in your organization. 

Bringing lessons into practices
Participants at MITS are challenged to bring the lessons they’ve learned from Snowden into practice. CIO’s of five different Dutch organizations (Nationale Nederlanden, Universitair Medisch Centrum Groningen, the Dutch Dienst Justitiële Inrichtingen en the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht) will share their strategic IT challenges during ‘Innovation Tables’. Participants of MITS can join in an Open Space approach to solve these complex challenges. 

A number of ‘Spice-Ups’ will give short presentations (5 to 10 minutes) during the Innovation Tables about disruptive subjects such as Big Data, Internet of Things and Machine Learning. Which effect will these disruptions have on your organization? 

The National Management & IT Symposium (MITS) is organized on January the 26th 2017 in SPANT! in Bussum, Netherlands. More information about the event can be found here. Register now! Fill in the promotion code ‘cocreate17’ during your registration to receive discount. 

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