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6 Νοε 2013 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 11 μήνες)

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Day

Time

Topic

Faculty

11/4

6:30
-
8:30

Optional Dinner


11/5,
Friday

8:00
-
8:45

Registration & Continental Breakfast


8:45
-
9:00

Overview & Introductions

Nelson & Faculty

9:00
-
10:15

Architecture
, Innovation

& Emerging Technologies

Grazioli

10:30
-
11:45

Disruptive Innovation

Elron

11:45
-
1
2:45

Lunch


12:45
-
2:00

Business Analytics

Wixom

2:15
-
3:30

Social Media Analytics

Abbasi

3:45
-
5:00

Project Management

Nelson






Faculty Bios



Ahmed Abbasi
, Assistant Professor
and Coordinator of the
Enterprise IT Management

module of the
MS MIT program, has taught graduate and executive education c
ourses

in electronic commerce,
analytics, systems

development, and data networks
. His research interests focus on
fraud detection,
online security, and social media analytics.


Dan Elron

is the Managing Partner, Strategy and Corporate Development, at Accenture. He is
responsible for defining Accenture’s strategy, industry pos
itioning, and offerings, primarily in the
technology space. Most recently, he has focused on the impact of cloud technologies on the firm’s
businesses. He also serves as the adviser for the information technology industries for the World
Economic Forum and

as the Associate Director of the Center for the Management of Information
Technology at the University of Virginia.


Stefano Grazioli
,
Associate

Professor, Dir
ector of MS MIT pro
gram,
and Coordinator of the IT
Architecture module of the MS MIT program, has taught graduate and executive education courses
both in Europe and in the U.S. since the early 1990s. His research interests focus on IT architectures,
knowl
edge management, and information security.

Stefano is a University of Virginia Teaching
Award winner.


Ryan Nelson
, Professor, Director of the Center for the
Management of Information Technology, and
Coordinator of the Project Management module of the MS MIT program, has taught in the McIntire
School’s graduate and executive education programs since 1990. His research focuses on improving
the management of IT p
rojects and leverag
es a growing database of over 15
0 IT project
retrospectives.


Barb Wixom

is an Associate Professor and
former
Director of the MS MIT program,

Northern
Virginia. She is an Associate Editor of The Journal of Business Intelligence, a research fellow of The
Data Warehousing Institute, and an Associate Director for the Teradat
a University Network. Barb is
the only two
-
time
University of Virginia Tea
ching Award winner, and she
specializes in data
warehousing, big data, and
business intelligence
/analytics
research.