Top reported reasons, why businesses fail to transform, are gaps in management sponsorship and support—internal cross-functional and external value chain collaboration—service delivery workflows and issues related to employee engagement and accountability. Such organizations need to do a master reset, rethink, and rebuild a technology-enabled enterprise performance infrastructure made up of people, processes, and tools for successful execution and sustained results. What does it take to crack this “how” problem of transformation?
Grace Monahan, Vice President, Chief Information Officer, Henry Schein
Grace is responsible for the company’s global Information services which include: business systems application development, sales and marketing systems, digital technology, and I.S. infrastructure. She is responsible for the worldwide sys... More View all posts
Grace is responsible for the company’s global Information services which include: business systems application development, sales and marketing systems, digital technology, and I.S. infrastructure. She is responsible for the worldwide systems integration of acquisitions, having completed over 30 integrations in her time at Henry Schein Inc. The Company’s Creative Services group also reports into Grace. Grace’s organization is made up of a worldwide team of over 400 Team Schein members. Prior to joining Henry Schein in 1998, Grace was Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer for CMP Media, Inc., a business-to-business publishing company based on Long Island, where she was responsible for all IS activity. Grace held prior positions as EVP Operations and Technology, directing circulation development, magazine production, creative services, human resources, facilities, customer service, market research and direct marketing. Grace is a graduate of the Higher Achievement Leadership Program (HALI). She is a Board Member of LISTNET (Long Island Software and Technology Network). She is also a member of the Association of Information Technology Professionals. Grace earned a BS in Business Administration with a major in Marketing from Long Island University, C.W. Post College. Less View all posts