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CIOs describe turning points in their careers

Minda Zetlin | July 31, 2014
New members of the CIO Hall of Fame recall the watershed moments when they learned the hard lessons of great leadership.

Judge's View  "Peter has had a significant positive impact on the companies for which he has worked. He has also been a leader in defining how we successfully deploy information technology capabilities today."

Hall of Fame Judges

Thanks to our hardworking judges for selecting the 2014 inductees into the CIO Hall of Fame

Jean-Michel Ares, Chief Technology and Operations Officer, BMO Financial Group

Gregor Bailar, Retired CIO, Capital One, Nasdaq Stock Market

Barbra Cooper, Group Vice President & CIO (retired), Toyota

Helen Cousins, President, CIO Executive Advisors

June Drewry, Former Executive Vice President & Global CIO, The Chubb Group of Insurance Companies

Charlie Feld, Founder and CEO, The Feld Group Institute

Tom Flanagan, Vice President & Partner, IBM

Tom Murphy, Vice President of IT & University CIO, University of Pennsylvania

Tom Nealon, Partner, The Feld Group Institute

Mike Prince, CIO Emeritus, Burlington Coat Factory

Andreas Resch, Managing Partner, Modalis Management Berlin

Rebecca Rhoads, President of Global Business Services & CIO, Raytheon Company

David Smoley, CIO, AstraZeneca

Teri Takai, Former CIO, Department of Defense

Pete Walton, Vice President & CIO (retired), Hess Corp.

Carl Wilson, Executive Vice President & CIO (retired), Marriott International


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