Paul Beswick, CIO at Marsh McLennan, joins host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss fostering IT velocity, business process focus, the entry-level recruiting surge, development COE, delivering the future with IT and more. This episode is sponsored by the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority. Learn more at FairfaxCountyEDA.Org.
The traits that define transformational leadership are evolving to include soft skills centered on connection and relationships, resulting in improved cultures, talent retention, and business outcomes.
Woman remain underrepresented — and often feel isolated — in STEM careers. That’s why Women in STEM is connecting high school girls with adult mentors with an aim of empowering them to pursue careers in tech.
If you, your leadership, or your team has been unsure of how to define and roll out a hybrid work environment, you too have experienced the Great Hybrid Confusion. Here are some tips that may be of help.
A complete overhaul of its ecommerce stack finds the outdoor recreational retailer poised to offer improved customer experiences and personalization just as it starts a push to open more physical stores.
The board director and former CIO knows a thing or two about transformation. Her advice to IT leaders looking to improve their career trajectory: “Approach it like a business problem” and take steps to improve your product.
A PwC survey covering operations and technology leaders as well as other C-suite executives globally has identified three main roadblocks stopping them from achieving digital transformation in their supply chain operations.
David Reis, Vice President & CIO at the University of Miami Health System, joins host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss high-touch digital healthcare, disrupting IT cost models, flexible sourcing, re-recruiting tech talent and more. This episode is sponsored by the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority. Learn more at FairfaxCountyEDA.Org.