How to Keep Your CIO Job

Posted September 20, 2011 | Leadership |

The stories and statistics are well known and troubling: the door to the CIO office remains a revolving one. Every CIO -- whether new to the organization or long-sitting -- needs to know what is required to ensure organizational success and personal longevity.

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Ronald Blitstein
Ron Blitstein's 30-year career includes extensive international operations experience and spans all aspects of information management. This includes technology strategic planning, program management, mergers and acquisitions, IT turnarounds, business process reengineering, software solutions development, ERP deployment, security/risk management, outsourcing negotiation, and network/operations management. Ron served as Director of Cutter's… Read More
Lynne Ellyn
Lynne Ellyn is a Cutter Consortium Fellow. She retired in 2011 as the Senior VP and CIO at DTE Energy, a Detroit-based diversified energy company. During her 32 years in IT, Ms. Ellyn managed organizations with as many as 1,200 employees. She has deep experience with large established corporations, global software teams, and startups. During her years as a CIO, Ms. Ellyn was consistently recognized as an exceptional business and IT leader. In… Read More
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