It’s been suggested that the role of the CIO is ready for a shift from “managing” information to optimizing the processes that uses the information. This...
Author - Tom Coleman
Tom Coleman has worked successfully at many organizational levels in manufacturing, information technology, and process improvement disciplines, most recently at Motorola and Western Digital in positions leading to that of Director of Worldwide Planning and Materials. He has held increasing levels of responsibility in IT at Textron, Abex Aerospace, and at Sloan Valve Company including positions and currently holds the position of Chief Information and Process Officer at the Sloan Valve Company where he is responsible for the Information Technology Group and Sloan’s Business Process Transformation initiative. Tom is also responsible for the facilitation of Sloan’s corporate strategic planning process.
Tom has presented at many events related to business process transformation and the role of the CIO. Some of these include those for Gartner Research, Forrester Research, Hammer and Associates, the Center for Research in Information Management (CRIM), the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), the Association of Business Process Professionals (ABPMP), and other premium organizations. Tom has also contributed to Gartner, Forrester, and CIO Magazine research and he is a frequent speaker to companies embarking on a business transformation journey.