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IT leadership for the next normal: A preview of new research from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

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Business and technology leaders face many unknowns heading into 2021. The global pandemic caused many organizations to accelerate their digital transformation plans by as much as three to four years, according to McKinsey.  IT leaders need to build on the momentum initiated by these changes to create new business and operating models that embrace four key values of digital culture: speed, impact, openness, and autonomy.

In this webinar, Abbie Lundberg, president of Lundberg Media and contributing editor at Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, will discuss findings from her forthcoming research for Harvard Business Review Analytic Services about the new rules IT leaders need to adopt for the next normal. Together, Abbie along with the CIO of Johnson & Johnson, Jim Swanson, will dive into four priorities for CIO success.

Live event date: Wednesday, December 16, 2020 | 11 a.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.


Abbie lundberg

Abbie Lundberg

Contributing Editor, Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

Abbie is a business technology analyst, author, and professional speaker with more than 30 years of experience writing about how business and technology leaders transform their organizations. She is a Contributing Editor to Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, and was part of the founding team at CIO Magazine, where she served as Editor in Chief for 13 years. Abbie has contributed to research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Center for Information Systems Research and the MIT Jameel World Education Lab.

Jim Swanson

Jim Swanson

Chief Information Officer (CIO), Johnson & Johnson

Jim Swanson is a global business and technology leader and currently Chief Information Officer of Johnson & Johnson, the world’s premier healthcare company. Based at the company headquarters in New Jersey, Jim is responsible for amplifying Johnson & Johnson’s business impact and shaping its direction through the strategic use of technology.

Jim joined Johnson & Johnson from Bayer Crop Science, a $20 billion division of Bayer, where he served as a member of the Executive Leadership Team and as CIO and Head of Digital Transformation. In this role, he inspired teams across the world to use digital innovation and data science to transform and deliver world-class products and services sustainably. Jim and the Information Technology organizations he has led have received industry accolades for their contributions in leadership, application of technology to deliver substantial business value, best places to work in IT, and support of STEM for emerging talent. 

Ginny Hamilton

Ginny Hamilton

Community Manager, The Enterprisers Project, Red Hat

Ginny Hamilton is community manager for The Enterprisers Project, Red Hat’s online CIO publication and community. In her role, Hamilton interviews IT executives about how they’re building exceptional teams and products, sharing their insights and lessons with readers. She maintains relationships with CIOs and IT executives with some of the world’s largest organizations including Adobe, Vanguard, Equifax, and more. A former journalist, Hamilton has worked as a reporter for media organizations including the Associated Press, The Durham Herald-Sun, and The Hilton Head Island Packet.