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Building a New CIO Cabinet Post M&A

Building a New CIO Cabinet Post M&A

An M&A situation can be a strategic opportunity for an IT leader to build a new IT organization. While some people will end up leaving, a new IT leader will emerge, either from one of the companies involved or from outside. How does this CIO of the new combined company go about putting together his new “cabinet” of advisors and right hand men?

Contributors

    • William G. Halnon, Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Republic Services Inc
    • James M. Spitze, Executive Director, Fisher CIO Leadership Program Institute for Business Innovation, Haas Business School, University of California

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Contributors

William G. Halnon

William G. Halnon, Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Republic Services Inc

William G. (Bill) Halnon is Senior Vice president and Chief Information Officer for Republic Services (NYSE:RSG). As CIO of Republic Services, Bill Halnon is responsible for all systems, networks, data centers, information operations and ... More   View all posts
James M. Spitze

James M. Spitze, Executive Director, Fisher CIO Leadership Program Institute for Business Innovation, Haas Business School, University of California

James M. Spitze, SCC's Co-founder and Managing Partner, has 25+ experience in the Information Systems field as a high level consultant and, separately, 20+ years experience as a Chief Information Officer (for QANTAS, Tencor Instruments, Lam... More   View all posts
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