The Top 100 CIOs, Part 2 - '#70'

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 06-01-2001

The Top 100 CIOs, Part 2

See #100-76 on our list.

The Top 100 CIOs, Part 2

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Larry Kittelberger - Honeywell Former Lucent CIO leads Honeywell's Six Sigma and standards initiatives

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Thomas Nealon - JC Penney Was a finalist for Gartner's Business Intelligence Award

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Karl Taylor - CVS/Caremark Rx Running IT at newly merged pharmacy health care company

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Jody Davids - Cardinal Health Before coming to Cardinal, the second-biggest distributor of medical supplies behind McKesson, Davids was a director of technology services at Nike, and she spent 15 years at Apple before that

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David Johns - Owens Corning Leading IT through long Chapter 11 by focusing on key projects

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Dave Ennen - Winnebago Winnebago is the poster child for how to run a company efficiently on homegrown software

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Randy Spratt - McKesson Health care IT innovator streamlining operations through virtualization and data center consolidation

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Tim Harvey - Hilton Great use of customer data to boost sales

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Bill McCorey - Circuit City Creating great outsourcing relationship with company's vendors

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Joe Cleveland - Lockheed-Martin Longtime CIO of nation's largest defense contractor and a major systems integrator

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Justin Shaffer - Major League Baseball Designs the best professional sports Web site; MLB.com deploys business intelligence to enable real-time offers

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John Petrey - TD Banknorth Adopted SOA to help with integration; the company said in 2006 that an SOA system to produce online customer account statements for a large financial institution had initial development costs of about $467,00

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Denise Wong - Walgreen Co. A veteran of 14 years, Wong consulted with the company before starting as manager of retail systems development; appointed May 1; holds MBA and is a CPA.

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Kurt Woetzel - Bank of New York Heads the bank's Office of Innovation, directing resources in support of accelerating new product development and the successful commercialization of those products and services

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Greg Smith - World Wildlife Fund Author of 'Straight to the Top, How to Become a World Class CIO'; climbed a 16,000-foot peak in the Andes to test network connectivity

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Don Burdick - Costco Wholesale Uses IT to help Costco give Wal-Mart's Sam's Club a run for its money

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Bob Willett - Best Buy Also a senior executive in operations at Best Buy, Willett is a big RFID believer; trying to get Best Buy established in China

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Lynne Ellyn - DTE Energy A member of the Cutter Consortium; an innovator in adapting open source and open-source-style management inside IT organizations; her unusual relationship with Cutter provides an outlet for influencing other CI

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Monica Luechtefeld - Office Depot Executive vice president for business development, supply chain and IT was head of e-commerce before ascending to CIO role

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Steve Phillips - Avnet A leader in IT best practices and a big proponent of business intelligence solutions

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Brian Light - Staples Has led many new initiatives, including StaplesDirect.com

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Patricia M. Lawicki - PG&E Driving the energy provider to practice what it preaches with energy-efficient data centers

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Marc Hamer - Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems Directs IT infrastructure for Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems and more than 400 personnel managing development operations, information security and planning for t

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Nick Smither - Ford Motor Co. Well-rounded business and international experience; in his 27 years at Ford, he has integrated systems in South America, headed the finance systems group and led the product development systems team

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Kurt Reisinger - Benjamin Moore Cited by Gartner this year for creating a high-performance work place

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