CTO-C™ Chief Technology Officer – Certified™

CTO-C™ Chief Technology Officer – Certified™ is the global leading certification for Chief Technology Officers (CTOs) across industry and governments. CTO-C™ Chief Technology Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Registration, Payment & Schedule of Classes

STEP 1: Download and complete your CTO-C Application and C-Suite Institute’s Affidavit of Identity forms and email by the given deadline below to: info@c-suiteinstitute.com

PLEASE DOWNLOAD CTO-C™ APPLICATION AND REGISTRATION FORMS BELOW:

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NORTH AMERICA

CIO-C™ Chief Information Officer – Certified™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (USA, CANADA, MEXICO)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (NORTH AMERICA):

Dates: JUNE 2020  | Starts: 9.00AM  Ends: 4.00PM (Eastern Standard Time in USA, Canada, Mexico) | Online with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $14,999 (USD) per Participant

STEP 2: MAKE YOUR PAYMENT AT: 


PLEASE NOTE: All payments are handled through EVMI Earned Value Management Institute, parent company of C-Suite Institute

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MIDDLE-EAST:

CIO-C™ Chief Information Officer – Certified™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (MIDDLE-EAST: QATAR, OMAN, SAUDI ARABIA, KUWAIT, UAE (DUBAI)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (MIDDLE-EAST):

Dates: JUNE 2020 (CLASSES ARE SUNDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY) (DATES TBA)

Starts: 9.00 AM  Ends: 4.00 PM (Local Time in MUSCAT, Oman) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 9.00 AM  Ends: 4.00 PM (Local Time in DUBAI, UAE) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in DOHA, Qatar ) |Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in RIYADH, Saudi Arabia) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in KUWAIT CITY, Kuwait) |Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $14,999 (USD) per Participant

STEP 2: MAKE YOUR PAYMENT AT: 



PLEASE NOTE: All payments are handled through EVMI Earned Value Management Institute, parent company of C-Suite Institute

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ASIA:

CIO-C™ Chief Information Officer – Certified™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (ASIA: CHINA, JAPAN, SINGAPORE)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (ASIA):

Dates: JUNE, 2020 (Dates TBA)

Starts: 10.00 AM  Ends: 5.00 PM (Local Time in Shanghai, Beijing, CHINA) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 10.00 AM  Ends: 5.00 PM (Local Time in Singapore City, SINGAPORE) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $14,999 (USD) per Participant

STEP 2: MAKE YOUR PAYMENT AT: 



PLEASE NOTE: All payments are handled through EVMI Earned Value Management Institute, parent company of C-Suite Institute

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NORTH AMERICA:

CIO-C™ Chief Information Officer – Certified™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (USA, CANADA, MEXICO)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (NORTH AMERICA):

Dates: JULY 2020(Dates TBA) | Starts: 9.00AM  Ends: 4.00PM (Eastern Standard Time in USA, Canada, Mexico) | Online with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $14,999 (USD) per Participant

STEP 2: MAKE YOUR PAYMENT AT: 



PLEASE NOTE: All payments are handled through EVMI Earned Value Management Institute, parent company of C-Suite Institute

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CTO-C™ Chief Technology Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

 

9 REASONS TO CHOOSE THE C-SUITE INSTITUTE™ EXECUTIVE PROGRAMS

  1. All C-Suite Institute™ Executive education program modules utilize case studies to reinforce teaching, evoke independent analysis and research; and provoke deep thought and critical thinking among participants
  2. C-Suite Institute™’s Curriculum is Global Based & has International Perspective – Applicable across all major continents (Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia, Americas)
  3. Applied & Practical Insights related to your industry and C-suite/Executive functions
  4. Renowned Faculty – Our Professors hold Advanced/Graduate/Post Graduate Degrees, and have worked in or currently work in Executive level positions
  5. Diverse Participant Mix from all geographies across the Globe
  6. Participants work across the top 50 Industries (Industries range from Aerospace to Information Technology (IT) to Finance & Banking to Oil & Gas to Energy to Utilities and numerous more)
  7. Participants attend from Fortune 500 & Global 2000 companies; Governments (local, state, Federal, National) from around the world; and International organizations and firms such as UN, World Bank, IMF, NASA, ICAO and numerous more
  8. Participants attend from Major World Governments in G-8, G20 & BRICS countries
  9. Participants attend from Major sports organizations such as FIFA and UEFA

 

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CTO-C™ Chief Technology Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Requirements

CTO-C™ CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER – CERTIFIED™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS PROCESS:

ADMISSIONS:

Admission is very selective and based on your professional level, achievement and organizational responsibility. No formal educational requirements apply, however most applicants have completed studies at the Bachelors or Masters or Doctorate levels and have backgrounds in Technology, Business, Engineering, Management, Finance, Computer Science, Human Resources, Information Management, Information Technology, Economics, Applied Sciences

CTO-C™ Chief Technology Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

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Who Should Apply

All CTOs, CIOs, Directors, Senior Project Managers, Senior Managers, Managers, Project Managers, Project Control Officers (PCOs), Project Engineers and Senior Engineers at all levels who work in the Executive Technology industry and in Information Technology related functions.

CTO-C™ Chief Technology Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Participant Mix

PAST PARTICIPANTS

The CTO-C™ executive certification program has been strategically designed for executives who manage technical professionals. Past participants have included:
• CTOs and CIOs
• Chief Technologists
• Directors of R&D and engineering
• Engineering and manufacturing VPs
• Corporate strategists
• Head scientists
• Project managers
• Systems information managers
• Product development managers
• Experienced individual contributors and staff professionals
• Vice presidents of engineering, manufacturing, and technology
• Directors of project, program or service management
• Product, service and business development
• Engineering and R&D program managers
• Chief project engineers
• Product design and process development engineers
• Technology strategists
• Project leaders
• Other key members of technical leadership and management

Some of the Organizations that our Alumni have worked at include the following:

The Governments of Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Kosovo, Malawi, Mauritius, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Switzerland, UK, USA and Zambia.

Sub-national governments
• Federal Ministry of Finance, Ghana
• Fukushima Prefecture
• Lagos State Government
• National Treasury of South Africa
• Office of the Attorney General, Bahamas
• U.S. Agency for International Development; United Nations agencies & European Union organizations
• Council of the European Union
• European Commission
• International Atomic Energy Agency
• UNICEF
• United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs
• United Nations Development Group
• Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Intergovernmental Agencies
• European Commission
• International Finance Corporation
• International Fund for Agricultural Development
• International Labor Organisation
• World Health Organization

Charities and NGOs
• ActionAid
• CARE International
• Concern Worldwide
• Farm Africa
• Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition
• Habitat for Humanity International
• International Crisis Group
• International Federation of the Red Cross
• Oxfam International
• Plan International
• Rainforest Alliance
• Save the Children International
• Tearfund
• WaterAid
• World Vision International

Central Banks & Financial Organizations
• African Development Bank
• AIG
• Asian Development Bank
• Banco de Mozambique
• Bank of Canada
• Bank of Japan
• Citigroup
• European Central Bank
• IMF
• Inter-American Development Bank
• JP Morgan
• National Bank of Abu Dhabi
• PricewaterhouseCoopers
• Rand Merchant Bank
• Reserve Bank of Vanuatu
• Standard Chartered Bank
• World Bank
• World Trade Organization

Energy, mining & manufacturing companies
• BP
• Ford Motor Company
• GlaxoSmithKline
• Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
• Mitsui & Co
• Proctor and Gamble

Media & Telecoms companies
• BBC World Service
• Thomson Reuters
• Verizon
• Vodafone

TRADEMARKS:

CTO-C™ Chief Technology Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Role of The Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

What is a ‘Chief Technology Officer – CTO’

A chief technology officer (CTO) is an executive who is responsible for the management of an organization’s research and development (R&D), and technological needs. A chief technology officer (CTO) — also known as a chief technical officer — examines the short- and long-term needs of an organization, and utilizes capital to make investments designed to help the organization reach its objectives. The CTO usually reports directly the chief executive officer (CEO) of the firm.

 BREAKING DOWN ‘Chief Technology Officer – CTO’

A chief information officer (CIO) previously performed dual roles as CIO and chief technology officer (CTO). However, as technology continues to advance, there is a growing need to separate the CIO job into two roles to ensure a company’s success. The CTO has a strategic planning role, while the CIO has a technology-focused role.

A CTO is the highest technology executive position within a company and leads the technology or engineering department. He develops policies and procedures and uses technology to enhance products and services that focus on external customers. The CTO also develops strategies to increase revenue and performs cost-benefit analysis and return-on-investment analysis.

Large companies with large budgets have either a CTO, CIO or both. Many large companies need both a CTO and CIO, while smaller companies have one or the other. The choice depends on the company’s vision and budget.

History of the Chief Technology Officer

The CTO title has been in use for over 10 years, but there is still confusion about the role and how it differs from the CIO. The title was popular with dot com companies in the 1990s and then expanded to IT departments. The CTO role became popular as the information technology (IT) industry grew, but it is also used in other industries such as e-commerce, health care, telecommunications and government.

Responsibilities of the Chief Technology Officer

While research and development has been a component of businesses for many years, the rise of information technology (IT) and computers has increased the importance of the chief technology officer. Companies focusing on scientific and electronic products employ CTOs who are responsible for the oversight of intellectual property and have backgrounds in the industry.

But the responsibilities and role of the CTO also depend on the company. There are typically four different kinds of CTOs, whose main duties may differ:

  • Infrastructure: This CTO may oversee the company’s data, security, maintenance and network of a company, and may implement (but not necessarily set) the company’s technical strategy. The CTO may also manage the company’s technological roadmap.
  • Planner: This type of CTO may envision how technology will be used within the company, while setting the technical strategy for the company. This CTO will also look at how to further implement new technologies within the company to ensure its success.
  • Consumer focused: In this role, a CTO will act as a liaison between the customer and the business by taking on the responsibilities of customer relations, getting a grasp on the target market and helping deliver IT projects to market.
  • Thinker: This kind of CTO will help set up the corporate strategy and fuel technological infrastructure, and will analyze target markets, and create business models. Additionally, the CTO will have a close relationship with the CEO and other members of the company’s senior management.

Outlook and Future of the CTO’s Role 

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that job openings for CTOs are expected to increase between 2012 and 2022. The continued growth of business conducted over information systems is the main cause of employment growth in this role. Rapid advancements in business solutions, and growth in mobile device usage and cloud computing usage, have also contributed to the expected increase in job openings.

In 2009, the White House announced the appointment of the country’s very first CTO, whose main focus was to use technology to help stimulate job creation, to improve healthcare and security systems and to increase broadband access.

Technology is moving away from physical assets and moving toward virtual assets using cloud technology, big data and the internet of things. Technology is focusing more on integrating applications, processes and data. To become innovative and stay competitive, CTOs must keep abreast of big data, streaming analytics and cloud technology.

 

 

Faculty

ALL THE C-SUITE INSTITUTE™ INSTRUCTORS:

(1) Have Graduate Degrees and Master Of Science (MS) Degrees in Finance, Economics, Project Management or MS Degree in Engineering (Electrical, Civil, Computer, Mechanical, Aeronautical, Software), Or Computer Science Or Technology Management or Information Systems Technology Or Master of Business Administration (MBA); or Phd or DSc in related field
(2) Have Over Fifteen Years of Executive Management Experience in Industry Or Government Or Both;
(3) Have Taught or Teach In Graduate Degree Programs In Accredited Universities in the USA and abroad

CTO-C™ Chief Technology Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations