Moving beyond CIO to COO and President at T.D. Ameritrade
Asiff Hirji, now a Partner at TPG Capital, shares his journey from application developer, to CIO, to President of T.D. Ameritrade.
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When designing a metrics framework isn’t enough
Chris Davis suggests how leaders can extend beyond just writing SMART goals to successfully manage and drive behavior through metrics.
This summary page provides access to the multi-part CIO-Plus series in Forbes
The CIO-Plus series in Forbes explores the trend of CIOs who are taking on more C-level titles. Most CIOs where many hats. The good news is, those hats are getting more strategic.
CIO and President of Global Business Services- a “non-traditional” CIO powering P&G through analytics
Peter High speaks with Filippo Passerini of Procter & Gamble, who powers the $84 billion company with advanced analytics and diligent strategic planning.
SVP of IT and HR- leading technology and talent management
In another CIO-Plus Series piece, Peter High talks with Shellen Quish, who as the SVP of IT and HR,provides leadership over two functions that not all business leaders would see as logical pairings.
Peter featured in CIO article on how CIOs are driving new revenue streams
A select few CIOs are generating cold hard cash through innovation and collaboration. We rounded up examples of CIOs who generate revenue with IT, either by boosting sales or developing a product or service sold externally.
In his Forbes “Technovation” column, Peter High shares his experience leading an IT innovation brainstorm session with ADP
Being a CIO for a company with “Data” in the name means you need to be on the leading edge of innovation. ADP CIO, Mike Capone, fosters a culture of innovation within his team to do just that.
Gerry Pennell, CIO of the London 2012 Olympic Games, shares five important leadership lessons with Peter High
It was hard not to sense the presence, and importance, of technology in this year’s Olympic Games. In the second article of his “Technovation” column for Forbes, Peter High captures five lessons from the leader that enabled it all.