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IT Hiring Manager Seeks a Perfect Fit

This CIO wants IT employees who are dedicated to the company's mission of using IT to fight healthcare fraud and waste.

Written by Phil Schneidermeyer30 July 13 19:01

Six IT hiring tips to weed out the duds

One bad apple can ruin a good team, which is why Nathan Brown sometimes prioritizes personality over skill set when making a hire. Here are six other rules he follows when filling an open position.

Written by Phil Schneidermeyer28 Sept. 12 22:29

One CIO's answer for improving healthcare IT

As senior VP and CIO of Yale New Haven Health System and Yale School of Medicine, Daniel Barchi had the formidable task of integrating three separate IT teams while lowering healthcare costs and providing tools that facilitate quality services for patients.

Written by Phil Schneidermeyer01 May 12 06:34

Time Warner's CIO talks hiring for a social enterprise

When Bill Krivoshik joined Time Warner as SVP and CIO, the media and entertainment conglomerate was looking for an IT exec that had it all-interpersonal skills, strong tech-management ability, and in-depth experience with shared services-to lead an initiative to provide IT support to all of Time Warner's businesses, including TBS and Time.

Written by Phil Schneidermeyer01 March 12 03:40

A Law Firm's Hiring Strategies for Handling New Security Concerns

As CIO and managing director of Morrison and Foerster-ranked among the 50 largest law firms in the world by revenue-Neeraj Rajpal is responsible for implementing strategic and tactical global IT and for managing records initiatives for the firm's 1,200 lawyers in 16 global offices.

Written by Phil Schneidermeyer01 Nov. 11 08:44

Hiring manager: Q&A with CTO of Dex One

As senior vice president and CTO at Dex One, Atish Banerjea manages not only enterprise IT at the marketing-services firm, but also product development, reflecting a move away from the traditional CTO role. In today's world, he says, IT organizations must break out of silos and support growth with innovative approaches and emerging technology. Banerjea outlines how he's building an agile IT team with a digital mind-set.

Written by Phil Schneidermeyer27 May 11 04:10

Why onboarding at Salesforce.com makes for better hires

As CIO of Salesforce.com, Kirsten Wolberg leads the IT organization responsible for building and maintaining the global technology infrastructure and business applications for all employees and business units. Salesforce.com has a strong company culture and makes on-boarding a priority. For Wolberg, hiring the right talent and getting them productive quickly is key to delivering technology services to this rapidly growing, global company.

Written by Phil Schneidermeyer24 Nov. 10 10:07

How Best To Use Executive Search Firms

As CIO and senior vice president of innovation, technology and service operations for Aetna, Meg McCarthy's responsibilities extend beyond IT. Her employer is a leader in the U.S. health insurance and benefits industry, with more than 34,000 employees and $35 billion in revenue. In addition to her tech duties, McCarthy oversees real estate, procurement and service; leads the informatics group; and runs ActiveHealth, an Aetna subsidiary in New York.

Written by Phil Schneidermeyer24 March 10 04:48
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