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CIO Turnover: A Four Year Itch

CIO Turnover: A Four Year Itch

On an average, about every 4 years, many CIOs move on. Some say there are no challenges left to resolve and others say that there are way too many! In either case it seems like a 4 year itch, the results of which may not be in the best interest of the organization or the CIO.

Contributors

    • Mark P. McDonald, Chief Information Officer, City of Vancouver
    • Gerard McNamara, Managing Partner, CIO Practice, Practice Managing Partner, CIO Practice Americas., Americas – Heidrick & Struggles Inc.

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Contributors

Mark P. McDonald

Mark P. McDonald, Chief Information Officer, City of Vancouver

Mark McDonald Chief Information Officer, City of Vancouver Mark McDonald is a seasoned technology professional, business executive and entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience working in a wide range of industries including Softw... More   View all posts
Gerard McNamara

Gerard McNamara, Managing Partner, CIO Practice, Practice Managing Partner, CIO Practice Americas., Americas - Heidrick & Struggles Inc.

Gerry has a particular focus on senior executive positions in financial services within the technology and operations function, including CIOs, managing directors and executive vice presidents. He has lead successful CXO level searches for ... More   View all posts
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