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Author - Dr. Frank Sirianni
Frank J. Sirianni is currently Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Fordham University. Over the course of his 25 year career in information technology, he has been successful in pioneering innovative human and technical systems on local and global platforms to improve competitive positioning for the organization at hand.
Earlier in his career, Dr. Sirianni led a multi-year Enterprise Resource Planning project for a medium size organization, migrating basic MIS functionality from a fully outsourced operation to a strong internal core business operation including an integrated business intelligence department creating extensive information access.
In between these assignments, Dr. Sirianni was active in the private sector, consulting on business strategy, IT partnerships, and technology and software development. Computerworld named him a Premier 100 IT Leader for 2009. A Sociologist and c-level executive, he teaches in the business schools and the Graduate School of Education at Fordham.
His leadership philosophy has been, "(To) Teach the corporate strategies; model the desired behavior; build teams with shared accountability, clearly articulate the vision and lay out the path to meeting them."
Dr. Sirianni earned his baccalaureate from Queens College of the City University of New York, and his master's and doctorate in Sociology from Stony Brook University.