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Digital Transformation Peer Networks
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  1. Change & Transformation Council

    Our mission is to advance the practice of change management by creating new thought leadership and developing capabilities for extraordinary performance.

  2. Chief Data Officers Council

    CDOs discuss their top issues as they lead their organizations' data strategy and align it with the enterprise business strategy in an ever-changing environment of increasing privacy pressures, cyber threats, and the adoption of cloud technology.

  3. Chief Privacy Officers Council

    This Council is uniquely designed for heads of privacy. Confidential meetings allow members to share and collaborate in a trusted setting. Agendas are member-driven ensuring timeliness and relevancy.

  4. CIO Business and Transformation Council

    The Conference Board CIO Council is an invitation-only, confidential community where you draw on the group’s collective knowledge and collaboratively explore solutions.

  5. CIO Business Council

    While many resources exist to help leaders to survive and even thrive in an environment of rapid change, the CIO Council provides a confidential environment where senior executives can share business issues related to IT services and solutions with peers.

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  1. Digital Leadership & Transformation Council

    In such an environment of rapid change, the Digital Leadership & Transformation Council provides a confidential environment where senior executives can share issues and solutions with others who have been there – and will be there.

  2. Digital Marketing Strategy Council

    Allows senior executives to systematically analyze the profound impact of new information technologies on corporate strategy, marketing, and product development. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking opportunities.

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  1. HR Technology Council

    The HR Technology Council provides a forum for leaders and seasoned practitioners to share innovative strategies and practical ideas in managing the specialized area of technology and IT for the Human Resources function.

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  1. Information & Research Management Council

    Members are corporate librarians who explore timely issues involving the strategic management of internal and external information resources. The Council provides a confidential forum for idea exchange and collaborative problem solving.

  2. Intelligent Automation Executives Council

    With proven benefits from robotic process automation, businesses are exploring artificial intelligence applications, often within an overall digital transformation. Join other leaders accountable for exploring, adopting or scaling intelligent automation.

  3. IT Audit Leaders Council

    As information has become companies’ most valuable asset, IT systems are central to business processes and value creation. IT auditors contribute vital skills and knowledge to internal audit to provide assurance to the board and senior management.

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  1. Purchasing & Supply Leadership Council

    Chief procurement officers engage in strategic discussions of best practices and issues critical to the success of a company’s purchasing organization. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking opportunities.

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  1. Social Media Council

    Social media is an ever-changing and critical component of communications and marketing strategy, so convening with peers is incredibly important. Members meet three times a year to discuss challenges they’re currently facing and best practices.

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  1. Unified Security Council

    The Council is a private community for senior executives responsible for the security function (either physical, cyber, information, or operational) at their organization and an interest in examining the function from a holistic perspective.