Monday, October 20, 2014
Monday, October 13, 2014
The CIO Perspectives about Business Transformation, Innovation and Leadership began in Chicago at the Hyatt Regency and is planning to travel around the nation during this year. Maryfran Johnson, the Editor-in-Chief of CIO Magazine and Events hosted the fresh perspectives about the Future of the Digital Enterprise with a CIO/CMO Panel Discussion.
Figure 1 CIO Perspectives Panel Discussion on Business Transformation, Innovation & Leadership at the Hyatt Regency Chicago
Other CIO Topics Presented Included Discussion About The Future of The Digital Enterprise; A Panel Discussion With The Innovative Minds of Millennials, The Generation of the Digital Age; From C-Suite to Board Seat: What CIOs Need To Know; Unlocking Innovation: A Culture Transformation Workshop for Business Leaders.
The next CIO Perspectives will take place in Houston, Texas on November 11, 2014.
The following month, CIO Perspectives will visit Los Angeles, California on December 10, 2014.
The CIO Pocket MBA is scheduled on October 20-24, in Boston, Massachusetts. Based on a shared commitment to excellence in executive education, CIO magazine and the Boston University's School of Management have proudly presented The CIO Pocket MBA program for nearly a decade. With a curriculum developed and presented by academic and industry thought leaders, the CIO Pocket MBA has helped hundreds of senior IT executives from around the world prepare for growth and innovation.
For additional information to register, go to events.cio.com #CIOPCHI
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Monday, September 8, 2014
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Monday, September 1, 2014
Labor Day on the first day of September 1, 2014 reminds me how I have worked in Du Page County and in the Village of Lombard before September 2, 1993, when I was employed by Carmen Alonso Kenny and Associates as a Certified Legal Interpreter and Translator for Du Page County Arbitration Center for Workers’ Compensation, Traffic Court at 421 North County Farm Road and the 18th Judicial Circuit Court at 505 North County Farm Road in the City of Wheaton. I also worked at the old courthouse in Geneva, and the new courthouse in St. Charles for the Kane County Judicial Center, including Batavia. Plus, I was assigned interpreting and translation in Elgin and Joliet in Will County; as well as court-appointed legal interpreting in Waukegan, Lake County, and in Woodstock, McHenry County, and beyond to LaSalle County, and Grundy County, DeKalb, in Illinois. For more than twenty (20) years, I have been a commissioned Illinois Notary Public for Cook County first, then for Du Page County by the Illinois Secretary of State and the County Clerk’s Office.
While reading the Chicago Tribune, I found out that Interlate Systems Inc. and Pan Blanco in Elgin, Aurora, and Batavia, owned by Brad White, a former College of Du Page employee who was hiring a Certified Interpreter and Translator in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese. I was interviewed and hired as a Certified Legal Interpreter and Translator by Jacquie Guiter and Rene Hofsteder at the Interlate Systems Inc. office which was located in Elgin Downtown, along Route 30, not far from the Elgin Police Station.