Iridius Capital Is Headed Back To The Office ? Founder And CIO G.S. Jaggi Shares How And Why

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Jaggi and Iridius Capital invests in real estate across all major real estate asset classes and has acquired or developed $1.5B License and Republishing: The views expressed in this article Iridius Capital Is Headed Back To The Office – Founder And CIO G.S.

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The CIO in Crisis: What You Told Us

Harvard Business Review

Our research, conducted in partnership with Harvard Business Review, The Economist, CEB (formerly the Corporate Executive Board), Intel, and TNS Global, finds that corporate leadership has lost confidence in the CIO as a strategic partner and views IT as a commodity rather than a difference-maker. Clearly the roles of CIO and the IT organization need reinvention — and that''s the conversation we''ve been having over the last few months in webinars and posts.

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Capital vs. Influence

N2Growth Blog

You did everything your were supposed to do; you developed a product, validated proof of concept, protected your intellectual property, did your due diligence on the investment community, put your offering memorandum together, banked a ton of frequent flyer miles on your road show, painstakingly negotiated valuation, closed the current round of financing, and gave up a few board seats. Financing - M&A Capital vs. Influence Mike Myatt N2growth Private Equity venture capital

Two Cheers for JP Morgan's "Clawbacks"

Harvard Business Review

On the same call, Dimon himself announced that the global supervisor of the London office and head of the firm's retired Chief Investment Office (CIO), Ina Drew , would voluntarily give up the "equivalent to the maximum clawback amount." Dimon himself, who oversaw the CIO, could well have his 2012 compensation cut as a result of the trading problems. Boards Finance Risk management CIO

Can JP Morgan Transparently Police Itself?

Harvard Business Review

boss, Ina Drew , the former head of their unit in of the bank's, the Chief Investment Office (CIO); and CEO Jamie Dimon, to whom the CIO reported who oversaw the CIO. Such determination is subject to ratification by (and for an award to the CEO would be made by) the [Board's] Compensation & Management Development Committee. Boards Finance Risk management CIO

Leadership in Cybersecurity

N2Growth Blog

Policy & controls development with implementation. Security leaders are primarily reporting to the CIO. The new leader integrator for operational security is proactive with the following: Envisions security value horizontally – reaches out to other departments such as operations, finance, HR, sales and legal. Defining the position of the lead security person in an enterprise can be a challenging and sometimes confusing task.

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What If You Could Learn Design from Apple?

Harvard Business

The best ones are permeable membranes that transfer knowledge from the outside in: Steve Jobs recruited the Dean of Yale’s Business School to run Apple University, while Jeff Weiner recruited business coach and thought leader Fred Kofman to lead leadership development for LinkedIn. The assumption in leadership development is that corporate universities are for internal audiences. In contrast, IBM’s program helped CIOs be better business leaders.

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How to Get on the Shortlist for the C-Suite

Harvard Business

One CFO I know managed finance for a spin-off firm when it went public and then returned to the parent company in a corporate position. Another CFO led finance for multiple units so he could gain a breadth of knowledge across the business before becoming the corporate CFO. A particular CIO might thrive in a disruptive startup culture, for instance, but sink in a larger, more complex organization. Career planning Leadership development Talent management Digital Article

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Female Leadership on the Decline in Canada :: Women on Business

Women on Business

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Why CRM Projects Fail and How to Make Them More Successful

Harvard Business

In 2017, CIO magazine reported that around one-third of all customer relationship management (CRM) projects fail. CRMs today also serve a lot of masters, from executives in the C-suite, technology, marketing, finance, and, oh yeah, sales. The CIO was unhappy about data integrity issues that arose from the integration of more than 20 discreet databases. PM Images/Getty Images.

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To Blog or Not to Blog?

N2Growth Blog

By any category analysis or analytical standard blogging has obviously developed into a powerful communication medium. Share and Enjoy: View Comments [link] Stuart Oliver: Entrepreneur, Interim CIO, Technology COO, Strategist, » Blog Archive » To blog or not to blog [.] Lastly, there are a number of strategies to build engagement and develop a loyal following, and several social media consultants who will be happy to help you.

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Every Organizational Function Needs to Work on Digital Transformation - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM GARTNER

Harvard Business

High-performing marketing organizations have developed a more agile style of working to keep their brands competitive amid rapid marketplace shifts. In most organizations, the CIO remains accountable for cybersecurity, but information and technology (I&T) top performers are more likely to report that their boards are ultimately accountable for cybersecurity. Digital business reached a tipping point in 2018 as organizations scaled their digital capabilities.

Don't believe your own hype

Roundtable Talk

It doesn’t matter if you’re in HR, finance, IT, marketing… these new buddies will be everywhere. Sure, real friendships may emerge overtime, but if Bill starts avoiding your calls after you’ve quit your big CIO job, don’t let it undermine your confidence. RoundtableTalk Where ambitious leaders meet. Skip to content Home Welcome! ← Seymour Schulich delivers the goods on decision-making WestJet’s CEO step down: The first sign of the leadership apocalypse?

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What Digital Change Demands of IT Organizations - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM DXC TECHNOLOGY

Harvard Business

Coca-Cola FEMSA, the largest franchise bottler of Coca-Cola beverages in the world, set the stage for this learning two years ago when it created centers of excellence (COEs) to drive transformation in each of its functional or process areas, including supply chain, distribution, commercial, finance, HR and IT. In order to gain the desired flexibility while controlling costs, she advises CIOs to build not just a service platform but a set of digital services to go along with it.

Turn a C-level Customer Into Your Most Valuable Reference

Harvard Business Review

Helping my smaller vendors grow and get established is in my interest," notes Patty Morrison , CIO of Cardinal Health — and the kind of dynamic customer advocate ideal for any technology firm. "So It's great career development for them.". Often your most active customer references are eager for personal and professional development. When she was CIO at Motorola, for example, the company had public positions on things like use of mobile devices and public safety.

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A Board Director's Perspective on What IT Has to Get Right

Harvard Business Review

From my experience, I believe that there are four highly interdependent categories of contributions the CIO and IT function should make. Every discussion on the role of IT and CIOs should start with the question: "What are the potential uses of this technology that will guarantee we stay in business?" P&G''s Connect and Develop ) to increase velocity and quality of their new product introductions, the IT infrastructure support for this business process change is critical.

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IT Can No Longer Afford to Ignore Its Users

Harvard Business Review

Bob in Finance simply didn’t bring his own mainframe to work. CIOs who don’t empower their workforce become disempowered. This is going to be a hard change to swallow for many IT groups, with new skills to learn, strategies to develop, and processes to implement. Ralph Lora, the CIO of Clorox, riffing off the antagonistic concept of “shadow IT,” , has implemented an approach he calls “Shallow IT.”

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Shadow IT Is Out of the Closet

Harvard Business Review

An impatient marketing or finance manager would, on the sly, secure some extra budget money and hire a contractor to build a little database that tracked mailing addresses or top-line financials. Departments can automate a business process in the time it would take to enter IT's development pipeline. CEOs remain reluctant to invite CIOs to the executive table, insisting that IT is a cost center, not the innovation incubator it could be.

When Learning at Work Becomes Overwhelming

Harvard Business Review

This technology knowledge is piled on top of existing expertise nurse executives are expected to have about clinical practice, patient experience, finance, safety, employee relations, process improvement, leadership development, and managing interdisciplinary teams. Eric Bloom, a former CIO and an expert in the education of IT leaders, says CNOs just need to learn what products are out there, and what the benefits and costs are.

It's Harder than Ever to Be a Senior Executive

Harvard Business Review

The CIO has to know what's going on in finance and marketing, for instance, and P&L experience is important even for support functions like human resources. That's one reason that job rotation is more common than ever as a development tool. So, for instance, if you want a top finance job it's not enough to be the best CFO in the U.S.;

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The C-Suite Needs a Chief Entrepreneur

Harvard Business Review

The CE is responsible for developing new business models and value propositions for the company’s future growth. You must develop a new process that measures whether you’re making progress in building new businesses. Communication will be key to this partnership because the CEO is the person who can help finance your future experiments. You do not work for the CEO, or alongside the CTO, CIO, and CFO.

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Yes, Managing IT Is Your Job

Harvard Business Review

In a previous post , I described the shift in roles as ING, the Netherlands bank, moves from a traditional method of developing new systems in major steps — with design documents and functional specifications thrown over the wall — to making quick, small changes to systems (using "Agile Scrum"). Managers can no longer take months to develop requirements, then wait for IT, then tell IT that wasn''t what they wanted. Google''s CIO on How to Make Your IT Department Great.

To Close a Deal, Find a Champion

Harvard Business Review

Although champions are not the ultimate decision makers, and they rarely have substantial power within their organization, they have four things that make them irreplaceable in developing and closing the deal: credibility, connections, company intelligence, and motivation. At the time, Charlie was an internet security specialist at IBM, and I was running business development at a company called Zone Labs.

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Making Sense of the Many Kinds of Impact Investing

Harvard Business Review

Investors might have a geographic focus: they may care more about developed or developing economies, or a particular country or community. Another example would be the Calvert Foundation’s Women Investing in Women Initiative , which allows individual investors to make loans to women in developing markets to access clean energy. Or take Warby-Parker , which provides a pair of reading glasses in developing countries every time it sells a pair of its own glasses.

3 Emerging Market Risks Companies Should Watch for in 2018

Harvard Business

Unfortunately, the business outlook could change if ex-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva returns to office and fulfills his pledges to cancel pension reform and budget constraints. Europe’s migrant crisis illustrates how events in developing countries create ripple effects that ultimately affect global business. miragec/Getty Images. Top leaders tend to focus more on status updates than on contingency planning.

3 Ways Big Companies Are Connecting with Younger Consumers

Harvard Business Review

Big financial services companies are challenged when it comes to connecting with younger consumers, particularly about personal finance. Starwood CIO Martha Poulter told me that Starwood’s strategy is to try to amaze their guests so they will share their experiences through their social channels. SPG Keyless and the Botlr were both developed using cross-functional teams including collocated members from Technology, Brands, Security, Procurement, Marketing, and IT.