Keith Morrow (pictured at left) made out well amidst his company\u2019s management shuffle. The CIO of 7-Eleven was promoted to SVP.\u00a0 The management changes were prompted by what appeared to be Jim Keyes\u2019 sudden resignation in November as the convenience store chain\u2019s chairman of the board and CEO and the appointment of Joseph DePinto as Keyes\u2019 successor. Keyes stepped down from his post after Seven-Eleven Japan bought out 7-Eleven in early November.\u00a0 CIO interviewed Keyes for the May 15, 2005 issue about his expectations of IT and his CIO. CIO received word from one of its first-ever Ones to Watch honorees last week. Darren Dworkin e-mailed CIO to let us know that he is now the CIO of Cedars-Sinai health system. When he was chosen as one to watch, Dworkin was CTO of Boston Medical Center.\u00a0 CIO launched its first Ones to Watch program last year to recognize up and coming IT executives, managers and directors who are exceptional CIO material.\u00a0Judging by Dwokin\u2019s new job, people took notice of our picks!\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 If you have a staff member whom you think is a rising star that you\u2019d like to nominate for a Ones to Watch award, check out the background we have on the program. Unfortunately, nominations have closed for the 2006 award, but here\u2019s a link to our\u00a0upcoming leadership conference, where we\u2019ll honor 2006\u2019s rising stars.