Southern California CIO Inner Circle

March 22, 2022 | L'Opera

March 22, 2022
L'Opera

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Collaborate with your peers

Join Southern California's top CIOs for an intimate networking dinner and facilitated discussion on key business challenges. Enjoy a relaxed evening of dinner and drinks with your peers to share best practices, make new connections and build professional relationships.

Join your peers to discuss the most critical issues impacting CIOs today:

Digital talent strategy for the next normal

Adjusting your leadership direction for digital acceleration

Southern California CIO Governing Body


The Governing Body Co-Chairs shape the summit agenda, ensuring that all content is driven by CIOs, for CIOs.

Co-Chairs

Glenn Coles

Yamaha Motor Corporation USA
VP & CIO

Christopher Coye

Skechers
SVP, IT

Ginny Davis

Technicolor
SVP, CIO & CSO

James Davis

University of California - Los Angeles
Vice Provost IT & CTO, Manufacturing USA, Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute

Allen Fazio

Houlihan Lokey
CIO

Alex Grimwade

The Walt Disney Company
CIO, Disney Television Studios

Chad Hamilton

Fremantle
VP, Technology

Michael Keithley

United Talent Agency
CIO

Bill Martin

AEG Worldwide
CIO

Theresa Miller

LionsGate Entertainment
CIO & EVP, IT

Greg Moore

KB Home
VP & CIO

Anthony Moses

Crossroads Equipment Lease and Finance
CTO

Bryan Muehlberger

Beachbody
CIO & EVP of Technology

Thomas Phelps

Innovate UCLA
Executive Chair and Laserfiche CIO

Robert Valle

Mazda Motor of North America
CIO and Vice President - Information Technology

Agenda


March 22, 2022

4:30pm - 5:30pm  Executive Networking Reception

5:30pm - 6:45pm  Discussion Topics

How CIOs Should Attract, Develop and Retain Talent for Digital Acceleration

Carol Fawcett headshot

Carol Fawcett

Corporate Vice President, Chief Information Officer

Golden State Foods

Allen Fazio headshot

Allen Fazio

CIO

Houlihan Lokey

Glenn Coles headshot

Glenn Coles

VP & CIO

Yamaha Motor Corporation USA

Helen Norris headshot

Helen Norris

VP & CIO

Chapman University

Howard Miller headshot

Howard Miller

Chief Information Officer

UCLA Anderson School of Management

Chad Hamilton headshot

Chad Hamilton

VP, Technology

Fremantle

Cesar Marrufo headshot

Cesar Marrufo

RVP, Major Accounts

RingCentral

Thomas Phelps headshot

Thomas Phelps

Vice President of Corporate Strategy & CIO

Laserfiche

Bryan Muehlberger headshot

Bryan Muehlberger

CIO & EVP of Technology

Beachbody

Michael Keithley headshot

Michael Keithley

CIO

United Talent Agency

The digital acceleration caused by the pandemic and its consequent global crisis demand that CIOs quickly address the challenges of the new talent and ecosystems. Talent is the lifeblood of any successful organization but finding (and keeping) the right people in critical roles is no easy task. Remote work helps broaden the talent pool in some ways, but it also increases competition globally. How can CIOs tackle the severe scarcity of digital talent, the extended time it takes to upskill/reskill employees in their organizations and build a diverse IT organization?

In this interactive conversation among peers, CIOs will discuss their role in proactively contributing to organizational success.

Topic 1: Digital talent strategy for the next normal

  • How are you tackling the scarcity of digital talent in your organization?
  • How are you adjusting your employment value proposition to attract and recruit top talent?
  • How are you partnering with other areas of the business to ensure IT is aligned with overall organizational hiring goals and targets?

Topic 2: Adjusting your leadership direction for digital acceleration

  • Have you had to adjust your own leadership competencies when managing a distributed workforce?
  • How are you keeping a hybrid workforce engaged and motivated to drive digital initiatives?
  • How are you ensuring an excellent employee experience to ensure retention is maintained?

6:45pm - 7:15pm  Networking Break

7:15pm - 8:30pm  Summary Discussion & Dinner

8:30pm - 9:30pm  Social Hour

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Evanta programs are uniquely positioned to succeed in the current landscape.

  • Our invitation-only gatherings are designed to be smaller in scale, providing a safe and comfortable environment.
  • All in-person programs are local and complimentary, with zero impact on your organization’s T&E.

We are committed to creating the safest possible environment for all participants, partners, and associates. As a part of our commitment we will continue to monitor and adhere to government, venue, and health agency guidelines. Information on vaccinations, face mask guidance, on-site safety measures, and more, can be found here: Health and Safety Resource Policy.

Location


Venue

L'Opera

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Health & Safety Local Guidelines

In compliance with the city of Long Beach’s Health Order for Control of COVID-19, our host venue, L’Opera, requires all guests to wear a mask upon entry and exit. Masks can be removed once guests begin to eat or drink.  Masks will be provided for your convenience.

Parking

Valet parking will be complimentary for all attendees.

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Southern California CIO Program Manager


For inquiries related to this event, please reach out to your dedicated program contact.

Dennis Keenan

Senior Program Manager

360-607-2948

dennis.keenan@evanta.com