PMI-Chicagoland, the Chicago chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI), is delighted to announce 2013 CIO of the Year, Sanjib Sahoo, (CTO of optionMONSTER Holdings and tradeMONSTER)
Award-winning CIO Sanjib Sahoo and co-author of popular Harvard Business Review article “C’mon IT Leaders. Take a Chance (http://blogs.hbr.org/
1. How Project Managers can become key stakeholders and move up the organizational chart
2. How Project Managers can remain cutting edge and build expertise on several trends
3. How project management acumen can be transformative for any establishment and truly drive value for businesses.
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A Note about the Speaker:
Sanjib Sahoo recently received the prestigious 2013 CIO of the Year award and was finalist for ITA 2013 Technologist of the Year. His team also received the 2013 “Outstanding Technology Development “Award. He is a new wave of Strategic CIOs and his visionary leadership and approach has been covered frequently in the national media, recognizing him for raising the bar in trading technology by building an award winning innovative online retail brokerage, tradeMONSTER and their HTML5 patent-pending Mobile trading platform. He is also currently a finalist in 3 categories for the 2013 Supernova awards.
Under his leadership since 2006, Sanjib’s strategy to approach innovation and reduce risk of failing when using emerging technologies, helped tradeMONSTER to be first movers in the industry many times over, leapfrogging the competition and ranking as one of the top 2 online trading firms(2013:Barron’
Sanjib has contributed thought provoking articles to forums like Harvard Business Review, WIRED, NBC Chicago etc and has spoken in several conferences organized by CITE, NetworkWorld, CDM Media, CIO Magazine etc.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: PMI Chicagoland Chapter Director of Programs: Sheila Wesonga at 312-857-3726 or programs@pmi-
PMI Chicagoland Chapter progresses the mission and objectives of the Project Management Institute (PMI) by advancing and promoting the project management profession within local businesses, universities and professional organizations in the Chicagoland area.