It's Managing IT that Matters!

19 July 2007 3:00am7:00am

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It’s Managing IT that Matters!

EII Seminar on IT Investment, IT Governance & Firm Performance

DATE: 1.00 - 5.00pm Thursday 19 July 2007 [5.00 - 7.00pm Networking & Refreshments]

LOCATION: UQ Business School Downtown, Brisbane, Australia


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Topics & Speakers

About the Seminar

This seminar gives insights from leading industry figures into the difficult problem of gaining value from investments in Information Technology.  Nicholas Carr famously remarked “Does IT matter?” Our seminar demonstrates that what you do with IT and how you manage IT certainly do matter. The speakers show how effective IT governance leads to increased profits, how  national productivity increases in Australia are linked to IT and how Australian organizations use some key strategies to gain value from IT. The seminar concludes with a panel session to allow different perspectives to be debated.


Cost: $275 [GST inclusive]

Deadline: 6 July 2007

The capacity of the seminar is limited. Please register by 6 July 2007. No pre-seminar registrations will be available on 19 July.


This event is supported under the Australian Research Council's Research Networks scheme. The ARC Research Network in Enterprise Information Infrastructure [EII] is funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC) in conjunction with funding provided by 21 institutions.


Ms Kathleen Williamson, EII Network Manager

Tel (07) 3365 1649 Fax (07) 3365 4999

School of Information Technology & Electrical Engineering
The University of Queensland
Brisbane Q 4072 Australia