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Are OLD Style CIO’s Ready for The NEW NORMAL?

Are OLD Style CIO’s Ready for The NEW NORMAL?

Business models are changing, customer expectations are rising, complexity is increasing, and it’s all occurring at an accelerating pace! The old, “tried and true” leadership/management styles may not continue to work. If businesses are to successfully confront these painful realities and thrive, they will need to improve decision making, rethink what’s possible, and empower execution. This will require a new kind of CIO who embraces ambiguity, leverages complexity, and invites risks while working shoulder to shoulder with business leadership. Do current CIOs have the mettle to change? And, are they willing and ready?

Contributors

    • Nicholas Colisto, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Avery Dennison
    • David S. Kaufman, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, ARAMARK

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Contributors

Nicholas Colisto

Nicholas Colisto, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Avery Dennison

In his role, Mr. Colisto is responsible for driving and executing an enterprise IT strategy for the company, including shepherding the overall company strategy with respect to information technology trends, driving efficiencies across the o... More   View all posts
David S. Kaufman

David S. Kaufman, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, ARAMARK

As SVP & CIO of ARAMARK Mr. Kaufman is responsible for overseeing information systems and personnel for all of ARAMARK's global food, facilities and support services lines of business. In this role, Mr. Kaufman provides ARAMARK with sys... More   View all posts
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