The Chief Digital Officer (CDO) role was created initially to unify the digital agenda, increase efficiency, create a digital culture, design better customer experiences, and optimize your competitive advantage. With digital adoption in the execution phase, beyond overseeing strategic alignment, how should this role morph to maximizing business outcomes? What capabilities should the current and aspiring candidates develop to deserve the CDO 2.0 stripes?
Tony Ambrozie, Senior Vice President and Chief Digital and Information Officer, Baptist Health South Florida
Tony Ambrozie is Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer/Chief Information Officer for Baptist Health South Florida, the largest not-for-profit healthcare organization in South Florida. He is responsible for all technologies and cus... More View all posts
Tony Ambrozie is Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer/Chief Information Officer for Baptist Health South Florida, the largest not-for-profit healthcare organization in South Florida. He is responsible for all technologies and customer experience as well as clinical digital and data transformation efforts. Before joining Baptist Health, Mr. Ambrozie served as Senior Vice President, Technology and Digital at The Walt Disney Company. In this role, he was responsible for a number of digital and core systems and technologies, engineering, data analytics and machine learning for Disney Parks, Consumer Products, Games and Publishing. Prior to joining Disney in 2013, Mr. Ambrozie was Vice President for Digital Platform Technologies at American Express, where he was responsible for platform engineering, shared services development and application security, with previous roles focused on application architecture, development, engineering and performance. He is a proven leader in the technology and digital space with a keen focus on using technology and data to enhance the consumer experience. Prior to spending the past two decades focused on large business operations, he launched his technology career as the cofounder of a software development startup, specializing in building unique, small business applications. Mr. Ambrozie holds a dual MBA and Master’s Degree in Information Management from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Less View all posts