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Getting Six Sigma Right, the First Time: Podcast Interview with Joe De Feo 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
IT Sweetens Wrigley's Global Brand: Podcast Interview with Donagh Herlihy 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
From Business Continuity to IT Cost-Cutting in a Fortune 1000 Company: Don Hopkin 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Part 1 - Conversation with William Hurley, Chief Architect of Open Source Strategy at BMC Software 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
The Process of Greening an Existing Data Center: Podcast interview with Brad Kenny 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
What It Takes to Enable the Next Generation Enterprise: Podcast interview with Steve Papermaster 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Deploying BSM and Understanding Its Relationship to ITIL: :Dr. Jerry N. Luftman 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
How Senior IT Executives Can Benefit from a Professional Organization: Robert Keefe 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
What Happens to Business When the Net Generation Gets Its Hands on Wikinomics: Don Tapscott 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Hank Leingang, Betchel CIO: Get Ready to Maximize the Business Impact of IT 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Lessons Learned from a Three-Year SOA Deployment in the Banking Industry: Tony Bishop 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
The IT Management Trio Sticks Together for the Better: Podcast interview with Paul Burns 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Helping Companies Stay Relevant: An Interview With Author Amit Mukherjee 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
When It Comes to Building an Enterprise Architecture, CIOs Need to Focus on Journey: Len Fehskens 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Nathan Langston, CIO for Boy Scouts of America: Achieving Business Impact 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Thomas L. Pettibone, Former Fortune 50 CIO:Wading Through the Muck of IT Politics 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
The User-Centric Enterprise Architecture and The Total CIO: Andy Blumenthal, Federal CTO 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Using Technology in Innovative Ways: Norman Jacknis, Former CIO of Westchester County, NY 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Jack Bergstrand:Getting Business Impact of IT to Flow at The Coca-Cola Company & At Other Companies 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
How CIOs Can Protect Their Companies: Brian Wolfe, Security Expert, Laurus Technologies 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Leading Geeks Through Uncertainty:Paul Glen, author, columnist, and IT Management Consultant 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Accelerating IT Initiatives Despite Tough Economy: Tim Schaefer, Northwestern Mutual’s CIO 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Speak like a CEO; Motivate Like a CEO--Lessons for CIOs: Suzanne Bates Author 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
IT Business Impact Fueled Dollar General's Growth: Bruce Ash, Former Dollar General CIO 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish
Think Again, If You Think You're Secure -- Get Set for the Unexpected: Ira Winkler, Security Expert 2 years ago in Enterprise Leadership by Tom Parish Tom Parish

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