Tim Scannell

Tim Scannell is director of strategic content for the CIO Executive Council (CEC), a global community of IT leaders and influencers whose mission is to advance the profession, provide direction and resources to current leaders, and guide and mentor future IT executives through a range of integrated products and services. He has close to 40 years' experience as a writer, editor and analyst in the computer industry, interacting with IT leaders, technology developers and digital innovators at all levels.

Tim is also a frequent speaker on technology and digital strategy topics. He was one of the first technology columnists for The Boston Globe; founder of Shoreline Research, a consulting and market research and information services company; and a managing director at 2in10, Ltd., a Scotland-based strategic business services and venture management company. Tim was also a member of the core start-up team of SOFTBANK Corp.'s U.S. division, and editorial director of its U.S. operations.

Innovation reboot: Small, practical digital transformation initiatives preferred

Technology at the helm in the Volvo Ocean Race

Technology at the helm in the Volvo Ocean Race

Predictive analytics, pervasive communications, and intelligent systems played a key role in the around-the-world Volvo Ocean Race.

Complexity a killer when it comes to digital transformation success

Complexity a killer when it comes to digital transformation success

To reduce the complexity of a digital transformation initiative, think of it as a collection of smaller pieces, not one monster application or infrastructure.

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey's DX dive into virtual medicine

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey's DX dive into virtual medicine

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey takes the next step in its digital transformation, which includes digital doctors, an agile culture and helping customers get a better handle on healthcare.

This C-Suite Recognizes That Failure is Part of Innovation

At Toyota Financial, a close-knit, collaborative group of C-level execs allows for missteps in the company's innovation strategy.

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