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.
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The Future of IT Leadership
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.
Arm yourself with information
Peter High was recently featured in an article published by CIO, a business-IT leadership publication, that covered strategies to excel in an IT executive interview.
Moving beyond CIO to EVP of Operations and Technology
Meg McCarthy, EVP of Operations and Technology at Aetna, discusses her career trajectory and leadership experiences in managing business-IT alignment.
CIO and EVP of Service Delivery- when B2B integration is the business, IT and operations have to go hand in hand
Peter High speaks with Karl Salnoske, who identified the need for a CIO-plus role at his company before he was even hired, and recommended the creation of the position he would eventually fill.
Great American Insurance’s CIO’s Five Steps to Becoming a Successful IT Executive, article in Forbes
Piyush Singh’s Five Steps to become a successful IT Executive
For his Forbes Technovation column, Peter High captures steps that current and aspiring CIOs can take to be seen as leaders in their organization.
CIO and Chief Supply Chain Officer- improving the flow of products and information
In another CIO-Plus Series piece, Peter High speaks with, Praveen Chopra of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, who realized that to succeed in supply chain, succeeding in IT would be a must.
Leading CIOs of Tesla Motors and Qualcomm featured in Peter High’s Technovation column in Forbes
Buying over building — Standardizing processes across units– Two CIOs are bucking these trends for good reason.
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.
Peter High writes about the importance of financial competence for IT
In the first article of his “Technovation” column for Forbes, Peter High speaks with Marriott CIO Bruce Hoffmeister and Cisco CIO Rebecca Jacoby about the importance of IT leaders being able to article value through financial terms- a language everyone in the business can understand.