Aug 4, 2010
Finding ways to quickly build capacity or ramp up the capabilities of business in conjunction with IT, in order to enable them both to nimbly respond to market changes, is rather like training a couple of pachyderms to perform a ballet. How does such a delicately orchestrated dance impact the economics of IT? How could it affect IT budgeting, allocation, sourcing, or procurement? And, in turn, how could those changes impact the relationships/interactions between a CIO and CFO?
Guest 1: Mark Allan Lohsen, Vice President, Information Technology, and CIO, Veolia Environmental Services North America Corp.
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Guest 2: Peter Whatnell, Senior VP and Chief Information Officer, Sunoco
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