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Is Thinking OTB a Question of Nature or Nurture?

Is Thinking OTB a Question of Nature or Nurture?

Is being a creative CIO based on natural talent alone? Or can critical skills like thinking “”outside the box”” (OTB) be learned? What balance of innate and acquired skills make the difference between a merely good CIO and a truly creative IT leader?

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Calvin S. Sihilling

Calvin S. Sihilling, Chief Information Officer and Executive Vice President, Nash Finch Co.

Calvin S. Sihilling has been an Executive Vice President and a Chief Information Officer of Nash Finch Co. since July 31, 2006. Cal most recently served as Chief Information Officer and Executive Vice President of AmeriCold Logistics LLC, a... More   View all posts
Michael J. Gelb

Michael J. Gelb, Noted Author, Lecturer on Innovation & Creativity

Michael J. Gelb is a pioneer in the fields of creative thinking, accelerated learning, and innovative leadership. He leads seminars for organizations such as DuPont, IBM, Merck, Microsoft, Nike, and YPO. Michael J. Gelb's publications inclu... More   View all posts
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