The Center for Technology Management

Columbia University

Dr. Arthur M. Langer is the Director of the Center for Technology Management at Columbia University and is Vice Chair of Faculty and Executive Director of the Department of Innovation and Design at the School of Professional Studies. He also serves on the faculty of the Department of Organization and Leadership at the Graduate School of Education (Teachers College). Dr. Langer is also an elected member of the Columbia University Faculty Senate. Dr. Langer is the author of Strategic IT: Best Practices for Managers and Executives (2013 with Lyle Yorks), Guide to Software Development: Designing & Managing the Life Cycle (2012), Information Technology and Organizational Learning (2011), Analysis and Design of Information Systems (2007), Applied Ecommerce (2002), and The Art of Analysis (1997) and has numerous published articles and papers relating to service learning for underserved populations, IT organizational integration, mentoring and staff development.

Dr. Arthur M. Langer

Columbia University

Shawn Banerji

Russell Reynolds Associates

Shawn Banerji

Shawn Banerji is a consultant at Russell Reynolds Associates. Specializing in the global technology sector, he recuits CIOs and CTOs across major industries, including financial services, telecom/technology, retail/consumer, healthcare, industrial/natural resources, as well as media and internet. Banerji also has extensive experience in business process outsourcing, process improvement, and shared services. Clients include high-growth businesses, large corporations, and investors and their portfolio companies.

Dana Deasy

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Dana Deasy is the Chief Information Officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co. He is responsible for the firm’s technology systems and infrastructure across all of its business globally. Deasy has over 30 years of experience gained from leading and delivering large-scale IT strategies and projects.

Steven J. Bandrowczak

Sutherland Global Services

Steve Bandrowczak is President at Sutherland Global Services. Mr. Bandrowczak has more than 30 years of experience as an IT professional. He has held senior IT leadership positions for various multi-billion dollar global companies, including Avaya, Nortel, Lenovo, DHL, and a privately owned SAP consulting company. In 2004, Mr. Bandrowczak was named one of the Top 100 CIOs by Computerworld. He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Long Island University.

As of 2015, ExecSense and The Center for Technology Management (CTM) of Columbia University have entered a strategic alliance to deliver executive knowledge to improve technology management in organizations.

“Our mission is to increase awareness and competence among both the leaders of today and the leaders of tomorrow around technology,” said Dr. Arthur Langer, Director of CTM.

“ExecSense is giving us the very latest tools in education to communicate our message to the right people in the way they learn today.”

ExecSense subscribers can access content from CTM’s industry-leading technology-management professors and mentors.

 

Key Insights from CTM

Changes of Technology

 

Steven J. Bandrowczak
Hewlett-Packard

The Storyboard

 

Dana Deasy
JPMorgan Chase & Co.

The Internet of Things

 

Adriaan Bouten
dprism

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Dr. Langer is the Chairman and Founder of Workforce Opportunity Services (www.wforce.org).

ExecSense is proud to support the Workforce Outsource Services (Workforce Opportunity Services) which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization that helps companies build strong talent pipelines through unique work-study programs.

WOS accomplishes this by placing talented, driven high-school graduates and military Veterans in scholarship programs that teach them actionable corporate skills as well as interpersonal/communication skills. WOS students complete a semester of classroom instruction, and then, by their second semester, WOS places them in part-time jobs in companies where they can employ those skills in the real world. Many WOS students graduate to become full-time WOS consultants, while others go on to win full-time employment with outside firms, and still others go on to pursue four-year college degrees.