Legendary Iconic IBM Executive | Nick Donofrio Publishes Autobiography | If Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes

Nick Donofrio is a 44-year IBM veteran who led IBM’s technology and innovation strategies from 1997 until his retirement in October 2008. Nick was also vice chairman of the IBM International Foundation and chairman of the Board of Governors for the IBM Academy of Technology. Nick’s most recent responsibilities included IBM Research, Governmental Programs, Technical Support & Quality, Corporate Community Relations, as well as Environmental Health & Product Safety.

Monica Turner | President – North America at Procter & Gamble

Monica Turner is a transformative leader, delivering breakthrough business results and step-changing organization capabilities and culture. As President of North America Sales of the world’s largest consumer goods company, she is accountable for a >$30 billion business and P&G’s largest and most profitable region, representing P&G to more than 500 retailers, including some of the

Kerry Kilker | former Chief Information Security Officer at Walmart

Kerry Kilker is a highly respected Information Security and Technology Executive with over thirty years serving in progressive roles within Information Technology at Walmart, Inc. Most recently, Kerry Kilker served as Senior Vice President (SVP) and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Walmart Technology. In this role, Mr. Kilker established and operated a world class cybersecurity program for the largest retail organization.

Eric Rubino | Former COO SAP Americas |CEO at Energage

Eric Rubino brings over 30 years of experience in the information technology industry and a wealth of leadership and entrepreneurial expertise to the Energage senior leadership team. Prior to Energage, he was the CEO of Ohana Companies, a firm that is revolutionizing rebate programs, loyalty programs, and the promotional marketing industry with innovative technology and

Robert (Bob) Faught | Telecom Game Changer | former SVP Comcast

Connect with Bob on LinkedIn Bob Faught is President of RKF International a corporate distribution and advisory company. He currently sits on the board of Kansas City-based SmartHome Ventures, a private equity-backed company that he founded that has developed a worldwide platform for IoT (Internet of things) products. He is also a Board Advisor for

Brad Rosen | COO & Co-Founder at Nodar | Innovative Platform for Automated Driving

Brad Rosen is a Technology entrepreneur, operator, investor, and advisor with expertise in taking companies from idea to exit. Brad is a 1989 graduate of the University of Colorado Boulder where he studied electrical engineering and computer science. In 2006 he earned his MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Sloan School of Management.

the mind4 series: on being a strategic leader deborah lee james

In this episode, on being a strategic leader, Jane-Scott interviews Deborah Lee James, 23rd Secretary of the Air Force. Jane-Scott explores the role of the secretary of the air force (part 1) and the lessons learned from indelible memories and cool experiences (part 3). Jane-Scott and Deborah discuss talent as “the #1 thing” and winning the war for talent (part 2), becoming a strategic leader through zigs and zags (part 4) and finally some words of advice for up and coming leaders (part 5).

the mind4 series: on bringing the future to reality

In this episode, on bringing the future to reality, Jane-Scott interviews fellow GCA Member Phil Fasano, former CIO of Kaiser Permanente and AIG.  Jane-Scott explores the necessity for all C-Suite members and change leaders to have strong understanding and experiences in technology – regardless of their core function (part 1), how technology defines real-time personalized healthcare (part 2), how financial services behemoths adopt and adapt to disruptive technologies (part 3).  She determines the viability of new technologies in a lightning round of Real – Not Real (part 4) and dispels the rumor that entrepreneurship does not exist in corporations (part 5).

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