CEB IT Leadership Council for Midsized Companies

CEB IT Leadership Council for Midsized Companies is a membership for innovative IT leaders who want to optimize the performance of their function and business. We employ relationships and learnings from the best IT leaders to help you and your team save time and make better decisions.

Our Research Focus

Equipping our members with strategic guidance and tactical tools on the topics most important for their function is at the heart of what we do. Key topics include:

How CEB Helps You

Our Latest Research

IT functions have a lot of opportunities—and demands—to improve performance. To help you focus on the right areas, we have developed a peer-based framework, informed by years of practical research on what defines top-performing organizations, to measure the maturity of your IT function and give you an action plan for improvement.

Take Your IT Function to the Next Level

We can assess your maturity across 40 critical IT management activities.

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Membership Features

Research and Insight: Unique research and tools to help business leaders evaluate new issues and challenges

Proven Best Practices: Tested approaches to solving business challenges from our network of leading companies

Advisory Support: Personalized expert guidance and project support for pending decisions, new tactics, internal presentations, and other needs

Decision and Diagnostic Tools: Customized, actionable views of the most important performance metrics in your function

Peer Benchmarks: Relevant, quantitative data and analysis to help allocate resources and target areas with the highest impact

Executive Networking: On-request advice, feedback, and perspective from peer interaction with hundreds of leading executives

Live and Online Learning Events: A wide variety of events exclusively for senior executives, as well as staff training and skill development opportunities

What Our Members Are Saying

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From Our Blogs

Information Risk: Balancing the Good and Bad of Data Analytics
The ability to collect far more data and analyze it in new and interesting ways excites managers, but they should do all they can to protect the data and explain to customers how they're using it. Thu Sep 14 03:00:58 EDT 2017
Corporate IT: Five Signs of Bad Coaching
IT teams must engage more with colleagues, understand corporate strategy, and educate and explain IT's position far more than in the past. Coaching is an excellent way to help with this, as long as managers know what they're doing. Mon Sep 11 03:00:47 EDT 2017
Government IT: How Your Portfolio Management Needs to Change
As the public sector shifts towards providing digital government services, IT teams must get smarter at managing their portfolio of investments. A focus on 'business capabilities' will help no end. Fri Aug 11 03:00:44 EDT 2017

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