Open IT Forum: What do you think is the top college for tech CIOs and CEOs?

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InfoWorld recently revealed its top 10 colleges for tech CEOs with Berkeley coming in at the top spot. What do you think is the top college for tech CEOs? CIOs? Where would you go if you could do it over?

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  • TomLiotta
    Should we assume that by "do it over" you really mean "afford it"? Tom
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  • Ben Rubenstein
    Good point, Tom. Let's say you got a scholarship. (Merit-based, of course.)
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  • James Murray
    I did a paper for my master's thesis on CTO/CIO's and what background makes a good CTO.What I determined was that a good CTO has a strong business background in comparison with technology undersanding.  about 90/10 business to technical understanding.If I had it to do over again... and had unlimited funds... I would probably go to harvard.  The reality is moot actually.  I think that as technology matures, a good MBA program will include courswork on managing technology.  I think that the C-level technical executive will become less and less important as the technology becomes less and less of a business core competence.We don't have C-Level execs on the board that consult on water, electricity, telephones, trucks, engineering or other tactical aspects of the business.  When those servivices became commodities, the need for a core level compentence at board level disapeared.I think the same thing will happen with technology.
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