Tag Archives: Best Practice

CIOs Are Finally Getting Some Respect, Peter High featured in The Enterprising CIO Article

Peter High reflects on how the CIO role is becoming more valuable and strategic
Peter High, President of Metis Strategy, was featured in The Enterprising CIO’s article discussing the increasing recognition and value of the CIO role.

Forbes The CIO’s First 100 Days Series: Stuart McGuigan

The CIO’s First 100 Days: Johnson & Johnson
Stuart McGuigan, VP and CIO, focused on integrating lessons from his past stints as CIO with Johnson & Johnson’s fiercely open culture.

Best Technology Stories of 2013, article in Forbes

Best Technology Stories of 2013
Peter High discusses his favorite tech stories from the year.

Lessons From The Businesswoman With The Largest IT Job in Financial Services, article in Forbes

The Future of IT Leadership
Cathy Bessant, Global Technology and Operations executive at Bank of America, discusses World Class IT principle one, People, and principle four, IT & Business Partnerships, with Metis Strategy. She describes her approach to grooming future leaders, the way in which she sees IT woven into the broader organization at Bank of America, as well as the benefits of involvement in diverse board work.

Forbes The CIO’s First 100 Days Series: Patty Hatter

The CIO’s First 100 Days: McAfee
Patty Hatter’s dual role as an operations executive and CIO allows her unique insight into managing IT.

Forbes The CIO’s First 100 Days Series: Kim Stevenson

The CIO’s First 100 Days: Intel
Kim Stevenson works hard to ensure that more is expected of IT at Intel

Forbes The CIO’s First 100 Days Series: Kevin Hart, Cox Communications

The CIO’s First 100 Days: Cox Communications
Kevin Hart discusses his methodical approach to settling in and making changes at new role as EVP and CTO at the firm

Forbes The CIO’s First 100 Days Series: Ken Piddington, Global Partners

The CIO’s First 100 Days: Global Partners
Ken Piddington, the first ever CIO at Global Partner, reflects on the steps he took that helped his firm triple its revenues from $6 to $18 billion.

Forbes The CIO’s First 100 Days Series: Bill Krivoshik, Time Warner

The CIO’s First 100 Days: Time Warner
Bill Krivoshik, the first ever enterprise CIO at Time Warner, reflects on his plan to make his first days in the new role count.

Making A Great Last Impression: Seven Steps To A Positive Job Departure, article in Forbes

Changing jobs again?
As changing multiple jobs becomes the norm rather than exception, millenials need to pay attention to not burning bridges with ex-employers.