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The CIO Role: Getting Past “Information Management”

The CIO Role: Getting Past “Information Management”

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 defines a real a paradigm shift, one that drives change throughout the organization and could potential reduce costs company-wide, not just in IT. But how does a CIO make this shift and what changes and accommodations are required to make this change?

Contributors

    • V S. Parthasarathy, Group CFO, Group CIO, President (Group M&A & Finance), Mahindra & Mahindra
    • Tom Coleman, Chief Information (CIO) and Process Officer (CPO), Sloan Valve

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Contributors

V S. Parthasarathy

V S. Parthasarathy, Group CFO, Group CIO, President (Group M&A & Finance), Mahindra & Mahindra

V S Parthasarathy facilitates Mahindra Group in accomplishing its vision of being amongst the top 50 most admired brands in the world. He is a member of the think-tank of Mahindra Group’s supervisory board called the ‘Group Executive Bo... More   View all posts
Tom Coleman

Tom Coleman, Chief Information (CIO) and Process Officer (CPO), Sloan Valve

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 World... More   View all posts
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