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CIOs boost their careers doing double duty

Julia King | Sept. 1, 2015
Many CIOs find it exhilarating to take on business functions outside of IT. But CIO-plus roles require a new mindset and trusted deputies.

Opportunities outside of IT also can become a bigger and more common part of career development in organizations with CIO-plus executives.

“I think before I took on the dual role, there had been exactly zero talent migration from IT to product development,” says Capone of his tenure at ADP. “By the time I left, 50 to 75 people had crossed over.”

As for the top tech position, Capone says, “without a doubt, the traditional CIO role eventually gets blended away as IT becomes more integral to everything going on. CIO is no longer a destination job.”

CIO-plus titles: through the years

A sampling of CIOs with responsibilities beyond traditional IT operations.

Bruce Goodman
Chief Service and Information Officer, Humana (1999-2011)

David Johns
CIO and SVP of Global Supply Chain, Owens Corning (2002–2009)

Marv Adams
CIO and SVP of Corporate Strategy, Ford Motor Co. (2005-2006)

Sheleen Quish
SVP of IT and HR, Ameristar Casinos (2007-2013)

Scott Sullivan
CIO and CFO, Pitt Ohio (2008-present)

Thomas Peck
CIO and SVP of Global IT, Travel and Procurement, AECOM (2012-present)

Jack Clare
Chief Information and Strategy Officer, Dunkin’ Brands (March 2015-present)


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