Everything in your business connected from people to pencils, cars that brake for themselves or correct their path to avoid accidents or drones that deliver your groceries are all part of the emerging work of disruptive technologies! The means that the focus of “IT” must change as the business, supply chain, partners and your customers are totally dependent on IT.
The culture of “NO” within IT or hiding behind rules, process and mandates is no longer acceptable or tolerated. IT is time for IT to alter your NO to a “know”! Know the risks, know the opportunities, know the most effective method for delivery and know how to effectively communicate and empower your business leveraging IT for competitive advantage!
This session will discuss the emerging technologies that will be impacting you and your organization and how your audit approaches can assist you in delivering value in this new business environment!
About John Jasinski
This speaker likes to share – to nurture and facilitate a knowledge sharing environment. John Jasinski is an IT Management and Governance advocate focused on results. With over 25 years’ experience in market leading companies and important government departments, he provides a common sense business perspective, emphasizing that cost savings from process standardization far outweigh benefits of custom process; and process is continuous, improvement a choice. Applying ITIL, Six Sigma, PMBOK, COBIT and ISO management practices, John encourages teams to simplify, accelerate and drive maximization of value while minimizing risk. As a volunteer with ISACA he is on International Guidance and Practices committee and the Board for the ISACA Minnesota chapter for relations and academic. He has been an Expert Reviewer for several ISACA publications including the COBIT 5 Framework and Enabling Processes, Assurance (and Audit templates), Vendor Management, Risk Practitioners Guide; and mappings with ITIL and ISO 20000. His favorite talking points include: leadership, employee satisfaction, customization and risk, Deming’s 85/15, cost of poor quality, positivity and mindfulness in the workplace. Qualifications: CGEIT, CISA, ITIL Expert, ISO 20000, MOF, Six Sigma Blackbelt, PMI Trained Project Manager, COBIT & ITIL Foundation and Continual Improvement instructor.
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