How do you measure the health of an organization? Is it considered consistent and complete when its management, operations, and culture are unified? Is it a fuzzy concept or is it something we can realistically measure? What are some of the parameters that will help us measure organizational health?
About Contributor - Bill Schlageter
Bill Schlageter, Corporate Vice President, CIO and Global Business Services, Dentsply Sirona
Bill Schlageter is Corporate Vice President, CIO and Global Business Services for Dentsply Sirona. Bill joined DENTSPY in 2006 and has defined and guided its global IT strategic plan, focusing on business system harmonization and collaboration solutions. Since 2014 Bill helped lead a global business efficiency and process harmonization initiative. As part of this, he launched the Global Business Services organization that focuses on providing high quality / high volume transaction processing services to the global businesses, allowing these businesses to focus their attention on innovation and sales growth. Prior to joining Dentsply Sirona, Bill was CIO for Saint-Gobain’s High Performance Materials sector in Paris and a Project Manager with Accenture. Bill has a degree in Computer Science from Boston College and his MBA from Northeastern University.