When: February 5, 2014 13:00 - 1630
Where: RTP HQ Conference Room
Materials: Vendor Management
Cost: Free to ISACA RTC Members / $25 - Affiliated Organization Members (ISSA, IIA) / $40 - All others
CPEs: Upto 3
Session I (1300-1430)- What you need to know about Vendor Management in 2014
Gain a view into the different elements of a fully developed vendor management program including recent changes driven by updated regulatory requirements. Learn how to assess your current program using commonly accepted and available guidance from recognized industry sources.
Speaker: David Schneier
David Schneier is an accomplished IT professional with extensive experience in developing, implementing and managing regulatory compliance solutions for companies in a wide range of industries. He has both led and managed technology audits for public and private sector clients and possess hands-on knowledge in a wide range of information architectures from mainframe to distributed systems. He has successfully developed a broad range of compliance-oriented programs for banking and financial institutions, insurance companies, manufacturing companies and multi-national corporations. In recent years he has acquired extensive experience in vendor management assisting dozens of companies in implementing and maintaining an automated solution he developed to help them comply with GLBA requirements.
Session II (1500-1630) - Winning With Customers
Speaker: D. Keith Pigues
D. Keith Pigues is senior academic and administrative officer, Dean of the School of Business and tenured professor of Management at North Carolina Central University. He formerly served as Adjunct professor of Leadership at UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, where he taught the Elected Leaders course in the full-time MBA Program. He also served as an executive coach in the one-of-a-kind Leadership Immersion course from its inception. Since joining NCCU he has led the transformation of the School of Business, implementing an innovative 50/50 Student Success Model with equal emphasis on academic preparation and experiential learning to prepare students for success. His efforts have led to the Business School’s first AACSB Accreditation reaffirmation in March of 2013, helping to retain the School’s standing among the less than 5% of business school globally to earn this distinction.
He is also co-author of Winning with Customers: A Playbook for B2B (Pigues and Alderman, Wiley & Sons, 2010), and is working on his next book, Get over the Fear and Live Your Dream Now, scheduled for publication in 2013.
He serves on the board of directors of the Office of Mortgage Settlement Oversight, where he chairs the public policy committee. He previously served as an independent director for Prometheus Group, a private-equity backed software company, as well as a board member for the Business Marketing Association (BMA) where he was board chairman. Keith is a member of the Executive Leadership Council (ELC) and Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity - Gamma Sigma Boule, where he serves on the executive committee.