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Promoting Human Value in IT Culture

Promoting Human Value in IT Culture

In an organization’s attempt to cut costs and meet business demands, there’s a perceived notion that IT leaders are creating a ruthless environment in which workers are treated as cogs in a larger machine. But this culture, whether a myth or a tough reality, can ultimately undermine performance. How do we reduce the damage to our most precious human resources and still deliver profitability and shareholder value?

Contributors

    • Joseph D. Sniado, Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer, Standard & Poor’s
    • Frank Wander, Author, Former CIO, People Productive, LLC (Formerly The IT Excellence Institute)

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Contributors

Joseph D. Sniado

Joseph D. Sniado, Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer, Standard & Poor’s

Joe Sniado is Chief Information Officer at Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services. In this role, Joe leads IT, Data and Project Management Office services worldwide. Joe’s responsibilities include managing the IT teams that support the ... More   View all posts
Frank Wander

Frank Wander, Author, Former CIO, People Productive, LLC (Formerly The IT Excellence Institute)

Frank Wander is an author, former CIO, and founder of PeopleProductive, LLC (formerly the IT Excellence Institute), a company that helps customers build organizational effectiveness by getting the human side of business right. After invest... More   View all posts
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