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Learn Three tactics that help seasoned I.T. professionals communicate with
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Drawn from over 25 years of experience developing strategically sophisticated IT professionals, MSIT describes the theory behind the tactics and leaves the reader with defined, actionable advice to follow the next time they are in a position to influence a technologically-related business decision.

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Demonstrate Business Relevance to the Company

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Illustrate Technological Possibilities and Limitations

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Leverage Key Presentation Concepts and Techniques

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In Bridging the Communications Gap - Three Tactics to Help Information Technology Leaders Talk about Technology with Business Decision Makers, the Northwestern University Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) program identifies three tools to help IT leaders take ownership of this challenge and effectively communicate in terms relevant to a more strictly business-minded audience.

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  • IT executives in a position to translate technological concepts for a business-minded audience

  • Professionals desiring a more compelling presentation for a senior audience

  • Anyone interested to learn more about the MSIT program at Northwestern University

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As business has evolved and become more dependent on IT infrastructure and the role it plays in the overall strategy of a company, the need to decipher and present technical concepts in a manner clear to a business-minded audience has become undeniably essential. 

This challenge of translating technical information has fallen to the IT leader - and the ability to speak in a language not indicative of their specialized education and experience often leaves a communication gap which can stand in the way of progress.


Until now.

Northwestern University's Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) program was developed for information technology professionals who want to deepen and broaden their technical skills while learning business principles.

Designed for those with experience in the workplace, the program encompasses both technology and business courses, a diverse student body, and coursework taught by academic professors and leading executives to prepare its graduates to strategically plan, implement, and manage information technology systems.


The combined skill set of understanding how to successfully leverage technological proficiency with business acumen defines the MSIT graduate and enables them to bring impactful value to businesses across a broad range of industries.


To learn more about MSIT, visit our website at msit.northwestern.edu. You may also send specific questions to 
msit@northwestern.edu.

Learn Three tactics that help seasoned I.T. professionals communicate with 
senior business 
executives