This was the week of enterprise-wide management changes. To wit\u2026 Chiquita Brands International is going bananas with management changes. The company promoted Manjit Singh, its VP of corporate information technology, to CIO earlier this week.\u00a0 His promotion was part of broad organizational changes the company announced on October 4 that are intended to spur innovation and growth and make \u201ccold chain management\u201d a core competency. Singh reports to Fernando Aguirre, the produce company\u2019s chairman and CEO.\u00a0 He succeeds Waheed Zaman, who served as CIO *and* SVP of global supply chain and procurement. Zahman is now focused solely on the company\u2019s global supply chain. Singh joined Chiquita in April 2006 from Gillette. As the consumer products company\u2019s director of Asia Pacific business systems based in Singapore and regional CIO, he \u201ccombined three independent IT organizations into a single unit responsible for all Asia Pacific IT operations,\u201d according to the Chiquita press release. He also created a project management office and was behind the creation of a project development and approval process tailored to Asia Pacific\u2019s. He\u2019s familiar with Six Sigma and has also led an ERP implementation for Gillette. RPM International is also doling out the promotions.\u00a0 Yesterday, the Medina, Ohio-based holding company announced it had appointed Paul G. Hoogenboom CIO and senior vice president of manufacturing and operations.\u00a0 Since 2001, Hoogenboom had served as CIO and VP of operations so manufacturing is a new responsibility.\u00a0 In that role, he was in charge of managing capital spending, integrating the company\u2019s IT systems and coordinating manufacturing, distribution, and the purchasing of raw materials. \u00a0Hoogenboom originally joined RPM in 1999 to lead its e-commerce subsidiary. \u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Loyalty programs provider Newgen announced a new generation of executive managers. Among them is Tim Willcox, who joins the wholly-owned TeleTech subsidiary as its VP and CIO from Scientific Atlanta. As the cable company\u2019s director of technology, he was responsible for an SAP implementation.