by CIO Staff

2001 CIO 100 Awards — The Experts

Aug 15, 20012 mins

The 2001 CIO-100 panel of distinguished experts includes academicians, analysts and consultants, who have expertise in a broad range of industry and technology areas with a special focus on innovation. Read “Methodology” (Page 54) to see how the CIO-100 honorees were selected.

Gary Hamel Chairman of Strategos, a strategic innovation consultancy in San Francisco; visiting professor of strategic and international management at the London Business School; author of Leading the Revolution (Harvard Business School Press, 2000).

Thomas Kuczmarski Senior partner and president of Kuczmarski & Associates, a consulting company in Chicago; adjunct professor of marketing at Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management and The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business; author of Innovating the Corporation (NTC Business Books, 2000).

Thornton A. May Corporate futurist and chief awareness officer at Guardent in Waltham, Mass.; adjunct faculty member at the John Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA; responsible for designing and delivering the IT portion for the Berkeley Executive Program curriculum, presented by the University of California at Berkeley Haas School of Business.

Anita McGahan Professor of strategy and management policy at the Boston University School of Management; associate professor of business administration, competition and strategy division at the Harvard Business School.

Howard A. Rubin Executive vice president and research fellow of the Meta Group in Stamford, Conn.; professor emeritus at Hunter College of CUNY; author of the annual “Worldwide Benchmark Report.”

Michael Schrage Merrill Lynch Forum fellow and director of the Forum’s Innovation Grant Competition; research associate with the MIT Sloan School’s Center for Coordination Science and the MIT Media Lab; author of No More Teams!: Mastering the Dynamics of Creative Collaboration (Currency/Doubleday, 1995) and coauthor of Serious Play: How the World’s Best Companies Simulate to Innovate (Harvard Business School Press, 1999).

Jim Sims CEO and cofounder of Gen3 Partners in Boston; founder of both Cambridge Technology Partners and Concurrent Computer.

Alister Sutherland Program director of The Contenders: Emerging Services Innovators program at IDC (a sister company to CIO’s publisher, CXO Media) in Toronto; senior analyst and e-business and professional services consultant for Strategic Acquisitions.

Richard W. Swanborg President and founder of ICEX, a research and content management company in Boston; teacher of business strategy and IT at Boston University’s School of Management.