I promise, I'll have some new CIO announcements posted later today. In the meantime, I'd like to direct your attention to a screencast I created with the help of CIO's multi-talented Technology Editor Chris Lindquist. The screencast shows how three leading-e
I'm promise, I'll have some new CIO announcements posted later today. In the meantime, I'd like to direct your attention to a screencast I created with the help of CIO's multi-talented Technology Editor Chris Lindquist. The screencast shows how three leading-edge com
I apologize for not posting any new announcements about CIOs over the past few days. CIO is in the process of deploying new blogging software, and I was instructed last Friday not to post anything new until my blog was moved over to a new server. I’m back in action today, and I have much to report.
Randall Poppell, CIO of UniGroup (which runs United Van Lines, Mayflower Transit and other transportation companies), assumed the additional role of SVP in charge of strategic planning. As such, Poppell will lead the company’s executive management team and board of directors in developing strategic objectives and implementing long-range strategic plans.
In a departure from my usual list of CIOs moving into new positions, I’m devoting today’s blog to elaborating on some of the points I made in the Trendline I wrote for the February 1, 2006 issue of CIO, After the Merger, Who’s In, Who’s Out.
This past week may well have been the slowest week for CIO announcements since I started this blog last August. Here are a few blurbs and an update on a CIO I wrote about in November to end a quiet week:
Last August, a reader told me that David Bowen had reportedly left Blue Shield of California. Bowen has since turned up at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), where he has been named CIO and assistant administrator for information, accord
At long last, I’m back to my blog. While I was on vacation, the big news (in case you haven’t already heard about it) was that Massachusetts’ embattled CIO Peter Quinn handed in his resignation. Quinn became a lightning rod for con
This past fall, I spoke with two recruiters from Korn Ferry International, Karen Rubenstrunk and Bob Blumenthal. Karen worked for Meta Group for 10 years prior to joining “the Korn” (as employees refer to the firm): She led Meta’s coaching and advisory service for CIOs. Bob joined Korn Ferry in 2005 from He
Align Technology found a replacement for Cecilia Claudio, who left her post as CIO of the teeth straightening devices maker in September to join Mercury Interactive. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company announced yesterday that it had hired
Earlier this week, Liberum Research sent to me its latest research on the number of management changes that took place in November. Last month, 2,209 management changes took place across corporate boards, C-level executives and VPs—up from 2,059 in October. Hiring