Jim Noble, TAC International Co-Founder and CEO, to Speak at Seattle Technology Leadership Summit

Jim Noble, TAC International co-founder and CEO, will be a keynote speaker at the Seattle Technology Leadership Summit, May 20, hosted by the Seattle Chapter of the Society for Information Management (SIM). He will speak about “What Your Bosses Think about IT, and Why You Should Care.”

Attendees will find the Seattle Technology Leadership Summit to be beneficial through the information received, relationships generated, and exciting keynote line-up. The Technology Leadership Summit will enable attendees to connect with fellow executives and learn from industry leading professionals on how to drive their business, featuring:

  • Keynote speakers on leadership and cutting edge IT topics
  • Interactive breakout sessions with national and local experts
  • Ample networking opportunities with their peers from throughout the region

Participation in this annual event expected to top over 200 executives again this year.

Jim is widely recognized as one of the world’s thought leaders in achieving worthwhile business results from investments in IT. Jim is the only person to have been voted “CIO of the Year” in both Europe and North America. In 2012 Jim won CIO Magazine’s award for the innovative use of technology. Jim has advised governments and heads of state on technology strategy, and helps teach the next generation of IT leaders at Columbia University (New York) and the University of Calgary (Haskayne Business School). Jim was also Dean of the IT Academy at General Motors and BP. His book The CIO’s Secret Playbook is scheduled for publication in 2015.


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