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a federation of North American industrial unions that merged with the American Federation of Labor in 1955

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Mukesh Rathi, Sr Director at Dr Reddy's Lab was promoted to be the VP and CIO of the company.
In addition to honoring the 9th annual CIO Ones to Watch Award recipients, the CIO Executive Council is excited to leverage the thought leadership of council members and staff to produce the Leadership Master Class," said Pam Stenson, senior vice president and general manager of the CIO Executive Council.
Related category magazine titles include CIO from CXO Media (Framingham, MA) and CIO Insight from Ziff Davis Media (New York).
According to a 2003 survey by CIO Magazine, 22 percent of CIOs call the CFO boss, compared with just 11 percent the year before.
A number of factors make up the skill sets today's CIO needs, in order to fulfill the role of leader and change agent:
During a July 11, 2001, hearing held by the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs, Lieberman said that the federal government lacked concentrated high-level information technology leadership, which is why he was proposing a federal CIO position.
That is what makes the collective verdict that these essays render on the CIO so very startling.
ER-2 flights as far south as the Caribbean detected CIO in the range of 0.
SVP Information Services, CIO and Associate Dean for Information Technology, Rush University
IT knowledge is almost a liability" says Gartner research director Michael Gerrard in the CIO article "Free to Lead.
According to a recent study of the 1,400 CIO members of Gartner's Executive Programs, leading enterprises seeking success in e-business are making a transition to a cluster of CIO-related executive roles.
If the CIO tells the CEO that adding technology will fix the problem - as he often has - then technology probably gets added.
Receiving the CIO Ones to Watch Award alongside the country's top IT leaders is an honor," Wilken said.
Dig's InfoWorld recently published survey results that indicate that most often CTOs take the lead on decisions that involve business goals and technology at companies that have both a CIO and CTO, or other senior technology strategist.