Investing in Talent and Vision
Successful technology strategies rely on the brains, the vision and the talent of the people who manage today's communications and computing applications. Since 1982, IN3 has helped senior management at publishing, media, marketing and IT operations around the world to understand, apply and profit from emerging technologies.
Popular courses produced for clients by the International Informatics Institute executive education team:
NEW ePatients: Healthcare Consumerism and the Internet
The Risks of Web 2.0
Mastering the Internet and the World Wide Web: A Workshop for Managers
NOW A WEBCAST Pervasive TV: Five Platforms for the Moving Image
The Internet Everywhere: Ubiquitous IP
A Marketers Guide to the Internet
Scary Smart: Practical Artificial Intelligence
Broadband Home Networking Realities
The Future of Print in the Information Age
Building a Digital Media Infrastructure
UPDATED Basics of Information Technology for Non-IT Executives
Preparing for the Next Wave
Writing for the Web
Counting Clicks: Auditing Your Web Site Activity
Merging Sales and Technical Know-How
Making the Most of Your Company's Conference Opportunities
In the early days, we covered word processing, desktop publishing, knowledge management and computer graphics. Today it’s interactive media, the Internet Everywhere, artificial intelligence, Web 2.0 and pervasive video.
Our executive education programs run the gamut from custom-built interactive workshops to traditional lectures formats to video presentations, webinars and podcasts.
We emphasize strong conceptual frameworks, rigorous critical analysis and a practical approach to applying technology to strategic business goals. We believe that the best way to comprehend the developing technology landscape is to break it into manageable pieces -- e.g. the three main forms of new media, the six advantages of interactivity, the three classic Internet functions -- and to build on the students' careers-worth of experience to create a conceptual structure for understanding and exploiting the tech advantage.
We combine compelling in-person presentations with high-impact multimedia and printed courseware. We assign small-group interaction projects to get people thinking and talking through new ideas and unconventional approaches. And we measure the progress and chart the business value of the lessons learned.
To discuss an IN3 Executive Education program for your company, contact
Jack Powers, Director
International Informatics Institute