Complete video at: http://fora.tv/series/nextwork_conference_2011 Shelley Leibowitz, chief information officer of the World Bank Group, explains that while the World Bank has historically been viewed as an exclusive, opaque organization, they are continuously working to be more open and cooperative. ----- Market Forces: Can Technology Bring Free Enterprise to Everyone? Shelley Leibowitz, World Bank Group Steven Rubinow, NYSE Euronext Moderated by Matthew Bishop, The Economist NExTWORK is a one-day, interdisciplinary conference that will feature world-renowned business leaders, technologists, and thinkers exploring the promise and peril of the network's future, as well as the most pressing digital issues and opportunities today. Shelley Leibowitz is Chief Information Officer of the World Bank Group and Vice President, where she's responsible for strategic leadership of the information management and information technology services that support the World Bank's work of delivering knowledge and financing products to developing countries around the world. Since her appointment in 2009, she has established technology innovation as a key part of the bank's modernization agenda and has made the bank's tech services more open and agile.
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