From: Carol Shoenfield, IBM, Director of Executive Education Programs
Subject: Redesigning your company for e-business
In a secluded wooded enclave just minutes from Manhattan, a private group of top-level executives and renowned e-business consultants will be having on March 6-9 what could be the most important meeting of their lives.
And if you click on [LINK] now, you may be able to get in on these sessions while there are still a few seats available.
In this unique IBM Advanced Business Institute (ABI) college, Redesigning for e-business, these executives will be doing nothing less than learning how to redesign and lead their companies to success in todays digital economy.
And when you join them, you too will learn from some of the nations top e-business experts and consultants what it takes to compete and prosper in the new Internet era. Including:
A framework for building your companys e-business strategy.
The key components of e-business redesign.
Adapting your corporate culture to satisfy todays Internet customer.
How to gain a competitive edge with customer-valued Web solutions and services.
Making accurate financial assessments of proposed new e-business projects.
Becoming a superior leader in the new digital economy.
Opportunities and issues in global CRM (Customer Relationship Management).
How to properly align IT with business plans.
If you agree that the Internet has irreversibly changed how business is done, and you want to successfully lead your company through these new electronic changes and challenges, I urge you to click on [LINK] for complete course details or to sign up now. Registration for this college will close out shortly, and once that happens, no further attendees can be accepted.
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