Info-Tech Training Program?
- Develop and deploy the skills that are critical to IT managers and leaders.
- Peer-to-peer discovery and learning in a safe and stimulating environment.
- Master the link between IT initiatives and company strategy as proposed by business stakeholders.
- Streamline processes to improve individual and organizational performance.
- Experiential learning that allows you to practice and implement tactics immediately.
- Mixed learning that combines individual contribution, in-depth group conversation, and the creation of a comprehensive management playbook.
Feedback From Recent Training Program Attendees
- 90% would recommend the program to someone else
- The program received a 9.5/10 on applicability of materials
- The material received a 9.2/10 for insightfulness
"In the end we retain from our studies only that which we practically apply."
In this spirit, we design all of our training programs.
Master Your Schedule
IT managers spend most of their time running from meeting to meeting and wearing different hats. Explore where leaders can save time by leveraging time & meeting management best practices.
Know Your Top 10 IT Metrics
It can be difficult for IT leaders to identify the most important metrics to monitor closely and target for improvement. Identify the IT disciplines that should be core to each IT discipline and create a plan to meaningfully measure these metrics moving forward.
Link Your IT Activities to Your Business
Examine the foundations of your organization’s business strategy and decision-making. Craft a strategic plan that accurately uncovers the business context to positively influence IT initiatives into the future.
Decide Your Top 10 IT Initiatives
Explore the top initiatives IT managers must master in order to maximize business value. Expand on three key initiatives that align with your business context. Learn to articulate the business value that these initiatives bring.
Craft Your Action Plan
Building on the week's lessons, work with Info-Tech’s executive advisors to accurately reflect resource allocation, strategic next steps, and time allocation to conclude your playbook design.
The Concert Hall, Toronto ON888 Yonge Street
The Concert Hall in Toronto is the former meeting place of the Masons, whose origins trace back to medieval Britain. Constructed in 1918, the temple's concert hall played host to many legendary musicians, including: The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, and The Who. In 2013, Info-Tech Research Group purchased the historic Masonic Temple from Bell Media. The Concert Hall is now home to Info-Tech's Toronto Office and Innovation Lab.Visit the Venue Website