The Top 100 CIOs, Part 4By CIOinsight | Posted 06-01-2001
The Top 100 CIOs, Part 4
Debora Horvath - Washington Mutual She was singled out in the Baseline 500 for her insistence on the importance of integration and ability to handle mergers and acquisitions
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John Glaser - Partners Healthcare System Vice president and CIO of the health care group that includes leading Boston-area teaching hospitals; probably the most highly regarded health care CIO in the United States, particularly for Par
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Gary Masada - Chevron He leads 3,500 IT people for the No. 2 oil company in the United States, a company he knows inside and out, having been there more than 30 years; working now to consolidate all ERP systems worldwide onto SAP softw
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Vita Cassese - Pfizer Led a number of groundbreaking initiatives, including deploying an electronic terroritory management system, electronic submissions to the FDA and innovative use of the Internet to facilitate communication to both
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Tim Stanley - Harrah's Honored with CIO Insight's Partners in Alignment award for successful linkage of business strategy and technology
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John Grimes - U.S. Department of Defense Besides managing a massive and important IT organization, he's driving the DOD's 'net-centricity' IT doctrine, which has a major impact on defense contractors such as Lockheed Martin
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Gregor Bailar - Capital One A trendsetter for the credit card industry and for using IT for competitive advantage
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Dave Kepler - Dow Chemical Longtime executive who has expanded beyond IT. He's senior vice president of shared services, CIO and head of environment, health and safety; using IT to help Dow Chemical become a 'green' compan
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Paul Singer - Supervalu Much vaunted in retail circles, he ran IT at Target for several years, a hot-and-getting-hotter company that credits technology for much of its success; lured out of retirement to manage Supervalu's IT
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Cathy Tompkins - Chesapeake Energy Chesapeake is one of the Baseline 500 companies for high information productivity; Tompkins advocates a 'keep
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Jon Beyman - Formerly of Lehman Brothers Like Joe Antonellis at State Street and Jean Davis at Wachovia, Beyman not only ran technology at Lehman but also was in charge of operations; a new breed of CIO
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Ralph Szygenda - General Motors A leader in the profession, driving standards across the IT vendor community
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Tony Scott - Walt Disney Left his chief technology officer post at GM in 2005 for Disney, where he oversees a huge digital asset management project, an effort to unify ERP across all Disney properties, including theme parks, cruises, T
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Rollin Ford - Wal-Mart Pushing RFID technology for competitive advantage and supply chain efficiency
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Filippo Passerini - Procter & Gamble Took the helm from Steve David; oversees P&G's massive RFID project, trying to get returns while keeping Wal-Mart happy; has been with the company since 1981
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Tom Trainer - PepsiCo Hired to unify sprawling IT in use across the company, in various divisions, working in partnership with Becky Wanta, who is global CTO for PepsiCo
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Dave Barnes - UPS CIO of the shipping giant is a real innovator and highly visible; 'Business drives IT. We do not do IT for IT's sake,' h
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Jim Noble - Merrill Lynch & Co. Former CIO of Altria Group; is also the president of the Society for Information Management, making him a leader within the CIO community
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Rob Carter - FedEx Also serves as chairman of FedEx Kinko's and CEO of FedEx Customer Information Services; deploying Web 2.0 software order fulfillment and tracking
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Barbra Cooper - Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. A guiding force in Toyota's drive to use the Internet not only to reach out to customers but also to make it
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Scott Griffin - Boeing Leading CAD/CAM and global collaboration initiatives; leading PLM (product lifecycle management) push with new 787 Dreamliner
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Douglas Merrill - Google Plays CIO role by adapting Google technology for internal use; oversees technology for HR and other internal functions
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Gary Reiner - General Electric Both the CIO and head of strategy for GE; pushes the company's Six Sigma efforts
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Rick Dalzell - Amazon.com Setting up Amazon as a software/hardware services provider; also oversees an enormous 'triple threat' infrastructure: d
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Patricia Hewlett - ExxonMobil Developing new information and exploration technologies to achieve the business goal of tapping increasingly hard-to-find oil and gas deposits; among the goals: leverage the company's $700 million technolo