CIOmove is a global conference that brings together strategic CIOs of multinational companies with an average of $5 billion in revenue from all continents, see PARTICIPANTS.
The format of this conference allows for in-depth networking sessions in small groups of peers with similar interests. The number of IT vendors is restricted. There will never be more than one vendor per group.
This conference will have you moving, from visiting some of the most interesting business sites to exploring unusual venues that you will not find in a guide book. You will have plenty of memorable experiences and will make personal contacts that last a lifetime.
The topics of the discussions and presentations are chosen by CIOs and led by CIOs. The Center for Technology Management of Columbia University, New York, and the Technical University of Munich, Germany, will provide educational resources and academic support.
In this video we show you how the CIOmove works
CIOmove happens annually and moves around the globe. Smaller meetings are offered between conferences to reconnect CIOs with specialized interests. So far we have travelled to:
- Israel, the “Innovation and Security Tour” brought us to the startups and security companies of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, see VIDEO 2018
- Spain, where we started at the world´s leading business school IESE in Madrid and then followed an invitation of the “Consell de CIOs de Catalunya” in Barcelona, see VIDEO 2017
- UK and France, to meet the youngest Lord of Britain in London, experience a new way of learning at “l´École 42” in Paris and to see TMforum in Nice, see VIDEO 2016
- Switzerland, to stroll through the banking district of Zurich and to become part of the World Economic Forum in Davos, see VIDEO 2015
- Germany, to meet in the boardroom of Deutsche Bahn, visit the World´s biggest IT-fair Cebit (see photo) and see Berlin´s prospering startup-scene, see VIDEO 2014
The method for matching peers and topics at CIOmove is comparable to the “syntegration” by Anthony Stafford Beer and “open space” by Harrison Owen.
Topics at CIOmove will be clustered in the fields of:
- Innovation (finding and adopting game-changing technologies)
- Intelligence (communicating more effectively with better data)
- Integration (making the business more efficient in processes)
Leading scientists like Jeanne Ross from MIT, Helmut Krcmar, Professor at TUM (Technical University Munich) and Arthur Langer from Columbia University support CIOmove. Their Swiss colleagues Reinhard Jung from University of St.Gallen and Christian Deckers from ETH Zurich have been part of the presenting team as well. 2017 scientific support came from Pascual Berrone, Professor at IESE, one of the worldwide leading business schools.
The world´s biggest CIO-networks contribute: “CIO Executive Council” in Boston, the “China CIO Association” in Shanghai, “Euro-CIO” in Brussels or “CIO after 6pm” in Sao Paulo are sending delegates to CIOmove. See the whole list of supporting networks on PARTNERS.
CIOmove was an idea of Helmut Krcmar, Professor at TUM – Technical University Munich. Helmut is also one of the founders of Germany´s “CIOcircle” that started 2002 and became the biggest CIO network in Central Europe.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Cost for CIOs:
CIOmove is a 4-day-trip that will cost 2,800 Euro plus VAT for a single or 3,500 Euro plus VAT for a couple. The costs for children staying in their parents’ room is 700 Euro plus VAT.
The following services are included:
- accommodation costs
- tickets and catering
- academic program
- spouses program
Please consider that you have to pay travel expenses to the destination also.
In order to keep the diversity of the group on a high level CIOmove offers sponsored seats for a limited number of participants. Talk to the ambassador of CIOmove in your country – see list on contact or contact Editor in Chief Horst.Ellermann@ciomove.com directly for further information.
CIOmove usually starts on a Friday evening and ends with breakfast the following Tuesday. Participants do not have to take part in all event days, but it is highly recommended to attend at least Saturday (“academic day”) and Sunday (“peers day”). The method of Professor Krcmar and his team depends on sharing knowledge by all participants during Sunday.
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The results of the group discussions will be summarized in a book. The organizer reserves the right to make audio and video recordings. Confidential information has to be declared as such and will not be published. The participant declares his/her compliance with the collection and forwarding of the data mentioned in the registration as well as the publication and use by the host of photos made during the event and interviews without compensation.