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IIBT

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International Institute of 
Business Technologies, Inc.

Independent, Nonprofit, Education Institute

(Internal Revenue Code Section 501[c]{3}

Advancing the Technologies That Improve the Management,
Performance and Value of Public and Private Sector Enterprises


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Programs and Services

IIBT offers a diversity of interactive, consultative management education programs and decision support services. Virtually any business technology subject and topic can be customized in the format of a management briefing, a special work group, or as a roundtable or seminar course as part of a Subscription Package of education program and decision support services. IIBT's Core Curriculum of courses and conferences are publicly available, and many of the courses may be individually contracted for as in house or off site programs. IIBT's Business Technology Newsletter is complimentary.

The features and benefits of Publicly available and Subscription based management programs and decision support services are listed, below. Subscriptions have special additional customization options, features and benefits compared to publicly available or individually contracted programs.

IIBT's education and management decision support services are formulated, led and conducted by professionally proven innovators, practitioners, academicians and IIBT's Advisory Board members, all of whom will be experienced and well versed in sharing their expertise, experiences and some hard earned wisdom with decision makers, management and their consigliere.

Given the managerial levels, responsibilities, and accountability of program and service participants, all IIBT education programs, whether public, contracted or Subscriber, include formal and ad hoc interactive Q&A and discussion periods plus an end of program interactive summary session.

Business Technology Management Centers

The International Institute of Business Technologies was one of the first education institutions to establish geographic location independent education centers. IIBT's success with this model was achieved by cooperating and partnering, on a consistent, ongoing, mutually rewarding basis with ranking universities, state of the art conferencing facilities, sophisticated hotels, and results accountable chambers of commerce, convention and visitor bureaus, associations, and other business community support groups.

Publicly Available Programs and Services

The following types of programs and services are publicly available, on an ad hoc basis, without a Subscription package of programs and services.

  • Conferences and symposia containing: sessions that cover the current state of the art and new insights for a selected range of business technologies; sessions introducing promising emerging technologies, their context and criteria based business case scenario and performance; and demonstrations and exhibits of the business technologies covered during the conference.
  • Business Technology Newsletter and Business Technology Journal.
  • Core Curriculum - may be contracted for individually as in house or off site courses.

Each public program or contract program delegate receives:

  • Faculty presentations;
  • Any additional faculty handouts containing collateral information; and
  • Depending upon the length of each program day: continental breakfast, lunch, and mid morning and mid afternoon refreshment breaks.

Publicly available programs are announced by email notification, in the Calendar section of the IIBT web site, and in the Bulletin Board section of IIBT newsletters.

Subscriber Programs and Decision Support Services

Customized packages and individually customized management education programs and decision support services are available on an as used (without time limit expiration) Subscription basis.

 (* Denotes customized programs and services containing special features and benefits.)

  • * Management roundtables that focus on specific organizational and managerial contexts and criteria based business case scenarios and case studies of actual performance metrics of results and outcomes.
  • * Seminars covering business technologies that are related and interdependent.
  • Conferences and symposia containing: sessions that cover the current state of the art and new insights for a selected range of business technologies; sessions introducing promising emerging technologies, their context and criteria based business case scenario and performance; and demonstrations and exhibits of the business technologies covered during the conference.
  • * Briefings, demos and exhibits of promising emerging business technologies.
  • * Business technology context and business case scenario development projects.
  • * Emerging business technology applications development work groups.
  • * Technical advisory committees.
  • * Multi or individual subscriber (customized) Proof of Concept applications projects.
  • * Multi or individual subscriber (customized) topical research projects and reports.
  • Business technology newsletter and journal.

Each Subscriber organization delegate receives:

  • Program description of each session's purpose, objectives, context and business case scenario, and scope and nature of information to be covered;
  • Each session's Faculty presentation and follow up contact information; Faculty, IIBT, and any other customized collateral materials packets, such as topical reference bibliography, related article reprints, and industry white papers;
  • Depending upon the length of each program day: continental breakfast, lunch, mid morning and mid afternoon refreshment breaks, and an end of day networking and refreshment session.

Core Curriculum Programs

(periodically added to, updated, and revised)

The Business Side of Business Technology Management

  • Selecting Business Technologies for Administrative Support Services
  • Business Technologies of Knowledge Management: Applications
  • Marketing and Pricing E-Services
  • Improving Customer Service and Satisfaction in E-Business Environments
  • Evaluating the Methodologies, Performance and Value of Sourcing Options
  • Evaluating Promising Emerging Business Technologies
  • Managing New Business Technology Migration Paths and Transformation Processes
  • Business Case Scenarios of Business Intelligence and Its Next Stages
  • Cloud Computing: Contexts, Business Case Scenarios and Performance to Date
  • Contexts and Business Case Scenarios of Collaboration Environments
The Business Technology Side of Financial Management
  • Selecting Business Technologies for Improving Cost Management
  • Using Audit Based Performance Information
  • Improving Enterprise, Service and Operational Performance Through CFO/CIO Collaboration and Partnerships
  • Formulating Optimum Metrics and Measuring the Financial Management Performance of Business and Support Operations
  • Formulating Optimum Metrics for Reporting Financial Results and Outcomes of Enterprises, Business & Administrative Support Units, and Specific Resources
Managing Migration Paths and Transformations
  • Justifying Business Technology Development Investments
  • Improving the Security and Reducing Costs and Risks of new Business Technology and Business Process Reengineering Deployments and Their Migration and Transformation Stages
  • The Varying Contexts and Business Case Scenarios of Evaluating the Adoption and Implementation of new Smart Technologies
  • Managing Interoperability in Deploying E-Services and Ongoing Operations
  • Managing Channel Convergence in E-Services
  • Managing Interoperability (Middleware) to Improve Legacy System Performance During System Modernization
  • Managing Investment Life Cycles & Their ROI
  • Applying Maturity Models to IT Capital Planning: Performance Results and Outcomes
  • Evaluating the Adoption of Voice Enabled Business Technologies
Security, Safety and Continuity of Operations
  • Managing Personnel Credentialing and Privileging of Employees, Contractors, Customers and Vendors
  • Managing Virtual 'Work Group/Work Place' Credentialing and Privileging Security
  • Continuity of Operations Under Threat, Emergency, Crisis & Disaster Conditions: Objectives & Trade-Offs; Success Factors & Constraints; Policies and Guidance;
  • Optimum Business Technologies for Threat, Emergency, Crisis & Disaster Preparedness, Response and Continuity
  • How to Use Context and Scenario Based Solutions to Optimize Continuity and  Incident  Management Performance
Work Force/Work Place Management
  • Contexts and Business Case Scenarios of Collaborative Work Forces and Organizations
  • Acquiring, Educating and Training High Performance Work Forces/Work Groups for Virtual Environments
  • Establishing Virtual Organization Policies, Enabling Technologies, and Performance Metrics
  • Work Force Transformation Management and Performance Metrics of Outsourced Business Applications, Operations and Functions
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