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Gartner Webinars: Channel 3

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  • Move Beyond 'Awareness' to Security Culture Management Move Beyond 'Awareness' to Security Culture Management Perry Carpenter Recorded: Sep 22 2016 61 mins
    On its own, security awareness can be ineffective in helping organizations instill the desired/needed values and behaviors. Employees need to be more than just 'aware' – they need them to possess certain value frameworks, critical thinking skills and behaviors that are in-line with the organizations security policies. In this webinar we outline the idea of proactive "security Culture management" – an approach that contains aspects of security awareness, behavioral training/conditioning, marketing/messaging, systems of reinforcement, technology based guardrails, and more.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn:
    •The true limits of security awareness
    •Multifaceted approaches to influence security-related thinking and actions
    •How security thinking can become viral and sustainable
  • Move Beyond 'Awareness' to Security Culture Management Move Beyond 'Awareness' to Security Culture Management Perry Carpenter Recorded: Sep 22 2016 62 mins
    On its own, security awareness can be ineffective in helping organizations instill the desired/needed values and behaviors. Employees need to be more than just 'aware' – they need them to possess certain value frameworks, critical thinking skills and behaviors that are in-line with the organizations security policies. In this webinar we outline the idea of proactive "security Culture management" – an approach that contains aspects of security awareness, behavioral training/conditioning, marketing/messaging, systems of reinforcement, technology based guardrails, and more.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn:
    •The true limits of security awareness
    •Multifaceted approaches to influence security-related thinking and actions
    •How security thinking can become viral and sustainable
  • The Quest for IoT Business Value The Quest for IoT Business Value Chet Geschickter Recorded: Sep 21 2016 61 mins
    There is a lot of promise in the Internet of Things (IoT) as a means to create business value, but there is also a lot of hype. In fact, a recent Gartner survey found that unclear business benefits is the top barrier to IoT efforts overall. In addition, since IoT is not a singular technology per se, but rather a general wave of technology, the opportunities to create value can vary considerably across industries, as well as between functional areas within an organization. Clearly, there is a pressing need for an overarching business benefits framework that planners can use to identify where and how IoT can deliver business value, and to define and organize IoT initiatives.

    To help those planning or considering IoT initiatives, Gartner’s IoT benefits framework covers both internal objectives such as operational efficiency improvements, and external objectives like generating revenues. It can also be used to imagine the art of the possible for IoT, and to develop the business case for IoT. CIOs, IT leaders, business leaders with technology responsibilities in end-user organizations will find this webinar valuable for planning IoT initiatives. Technology and service providers interested in building more targeted IoT value propositions will benefit as well.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn:
    •Gartner’s IoT benefits model and how it can be used to understand the potential for IoT
    •Challenges for measuring and capturing IoT return on investment and strategies overcoming those challenges
    •Advice on how to communicate and champion the business potential of IoT within your organization
  • The Art of the 1-Page Strategy The Art of the 1-Page Strategy Heather Colella Recorded: Sep 14 2016 58 mins
    Strategic planning is at the heart of any enterprise, and alignment with the corporate strategic plan is often a key concern of CIOs. There is a science to developing an IT strategy, and there is an art. This session explores the art of strategic planning, helping attendees articulate IT's contribution to business success.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    •The components of an IT strategy when using "science" to develop it
    •Techniques for developing an ‘artful’ one-page strategy
    •How to effectively use the one-page strategy
  • The Art of the 1-Page Strategy The Art of the 1-Page Strategy Heather Colella Recorded: Sep 14 2016 56 mins
    Strategic planning is at the heart of any enterprise, and alignment with the corporate strategic plan is often a key concern of CIOs. There is a science to developing an IT strategy, and there is an art. This session explores the art of strategic planning, helping attendees articulate IT's contribution to business success.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    •The components of an IT strategy when using "science" to develop it
    •Techniques for developing an ‘artful’ one-page strategy
    •How to effectively use the one-page strategy
  • Your Future Office: Traditional or Cloud? Microsoft? Google? Your Future Office: Traditional or Cloud? Microsoft? Google? Michael Silver Recorded: Sep 8 2016 58 mins
    Cloud-based office products are benefiting from a huge amount of hype. In this webinar, we explore the benefits of cloud-based office systems and where traditional systems may make more sense.

    In this webinar, you'll learn
    •The differences between traditional and cloud-based office products
    •How Google's and Microsoft's cloud offerings compare, and what are other options
    •How organizations should decide on their future office product
  • Your Future Office: Traditional or Cloud? Microsoft? Google? Your Future Office: Traditional or Cloud? Microsoft? Google? Michael Silver Recorded: Sep 8 2016 61 mins
    Cloud-based office products are benefiting from a huge amount of hype. In this webinar, we explore the benefits of cloud-based office systems and where traditional systems may make more sense.

    In this webinar, you'll learn
    •The differences between traditional and cloud-based office products
    •How Google's and Microsoft's cloud offerings compare, and what are other options
    •How organizations should decide on their future office product
  • The Six Styles of Customer Analytics The Six Styles of Customer Analytics Melissa Davis Recorded: Sep 1 2016 56 mins
    Customer analytics is a high priority for almost every organization, but organizations often get into the rut of thinking customer analytics is about segmentation strategies for acquisition, cross-sell and retention. Although valuable, in limiting their thinking to these segmentation strategies, organizations are missing opportunities, as some of the most innovative and significant customer experiences are driven by other types of customer analysis. Based on over a hundred different examples of customer analysis, Gartner identified six different styles of customer analysis that can be relevant to almost every organization. Executives responsible for customer strategy or analysis should learn from thought leaders in multiple industries about other styles of analysis. And consider how these best practices might be applied to their own organization.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn:
    •The six styles of customer analytics
    •How to prioritize them for your needs and organization
  • Developing a Strategic Organization Design for a Complex Global Supply Chain Developing a Strategic Organization Design for a Complex Global Supply Chain Ken Chadwick Recorded: Aug 18 2016 61 mins
    Supply chains are becoming increasingly complex, and leaders need to balance the needs of local businesses with pressures for global integration. They must organize their supply chains to deliver across multiple customers/channels, geographies, products and functions. Architecting an organizational design across all of these dimensions at the same time can be a daunting task.

    This webinar introduces organization design strategies that leaders in supply chain are using to balance the multiple requirements of complex supply chains.

    In this webinar you will learn:
    •The four layers of supply chain organization design, and how they can be applied to your business
    •Strategies for applying the layering model to differentiate and integrate your supply chain
    •How the Gartner approach to a 'bimodal' supply chain can be embedded in organization design
    •The connection between supply chain maturity and organization design strategies
  • Developing a Strategic Organization Design for a Complex Global Supply Chain Developing a Strategic Organization Design for a Complex Global Supply Chain Ken Chadwick Recorded: Aug 18 2016 61 mins
    Supply chains are becoming increasingly complex, and leaders need to balance the needs of local businesses with pressures for global integration. They must organize their supply chains to deliver across multiple customers/channels, geographies, products and functions. Architecting an organizational design across all of these dimensions at the same time can be a daunting task.

    This webinar introduces organization design strategies that leaders in supply chain are using to balance the multiple requirements of complex supply chains.

    In this webinar you will learn:
    •The four layers of supply chain organization design, and how they can be applied to your business
    •Strategies for applying the layering model to differentiate and integrate your supply chain
    •How the Gartner approach to a 'bimodal' supply chain can be embedded in organization design
    •The connection between supply chain maturity and organization design strategies

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