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A big data breach often spells trouble for the CIO. How Michael Smith, CIO of Mylan, used a simple tool to drive a major transformation. Interview with Sheryl Fikse Bunton, CIO of AGCO From retail to healthcare to high tech, CIOs are making major moves at PepsiCo, GoDaddy, and more How Alan Hughes moved from CIO to COO at BCBS of NC How Kathy McElligott, CIO of Emerson, stays aligned. Between a Rock and a Hard Place Cora Carmody, CIO of Jacobs Engineering, offers advice 2014 starts off with a bang with new CIOs at Microsoft, Staples, T-Mobile and more To Margot Sharapova, CIO of Americas at AECOM, the vendor paradox is built into the fabric of partner relationships Hunter Jones promoted from CIO of Cameron International to Business Unit CIO, and other news It may come as no surprise that one of many challenges with innovation in large organizations is in successful execution. Michael Mathias, CIO of Blue Shield of California, on the value of the horizontal view Interview with Rob Webb, former CIO of Hilton Worldwide and CEO of the TBM Council Bruce Lee, CIO of NYSE Euronext, offers CIO some tips on reducing their legacy problems. Appointments include JPMorgan Chase, JC Penney, and SAP Wolfgang Richter, CIO of PWC, Offers an Approach Tom Catalini, CIO of the Museum Fine Arts, says IT leaders need to take the plunge into social media. As CIO, you need to develop strong EA people and position them for success And 2013 is no exception. It’s all about crossing boundaries and establishing a clear voice. Michael Sajor, CIO of Apollo Group, talks innovation and organizational change with CIO.com blogger Martha Heller. One CIO’s move is a case in point An interview with Gary Curtis, IT strategist CIO.com blogger Martha Heller explains how David Anderson, CIO of CH2M Hill, embedded IT into the business. This month’s noteworthy executive moves include a Chief Accounting Officer turned Chief Information Officer. Martha Heller gives advice to job seekers. Alcatel-Lucent's Robin Dargue has a bit of the philosopher about him, here he gives some of his 'eternal truths of IT leadership.' CIO.com blogger Martha Heller shares advice on how to add shared services to IT leadership roles. Including Barry Libenson, CIO of Safeway, on how he interviews candidates for his senior team Celanese CIO Mike Jackson discusses his strategy for building a business relationship manager organization and establishing a simple process for post-implementation project review. Joseph Santamaria, CIO of PSEG, restructures his IT organization into four layers: strategic planning & architecture, service enablement, service operations, and IT support. Moving from one industry to another CIO Bob King gives his business relationship executives full ownership for project delivery Sometimes innovation is putting a new lens on something you already have CIO.com blogger Martha Heller thinks now is the time for CIOs who have entrepreneurial spirit to flex some new muscles. Paul Cassell, US CIO of NYSE Euronext, discusses his mass innovation movement Beechcraft Corp. CIO talks about shifting from "IT as email" to "IT as Trusted Advisor." As many CIOs are proving, now is the time for CIOs to get closer to the revenue.
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