The California Technology Agency posted a series of short videos of employees giving testimonials about the state’s Information Technology Leadership Academy.
ITLA is a year-long program for state IT managers with a focus on developing leadership skills. The program includes traditional classroom sessions, group discussions, expert speakers, and real life scenarios in which managers address real-world problems with realistic solutions.
Classes are taught by private instructors, current IT managers and executives, and prior graduates and are targeted at the state’s IT managers with a vision for enterprise-wide thinking, strong potential for career advancement and experience carrying out their organization’s mission.
California is now accepting applications for the next session. Deadline to apply is July 15. Details here.