Constant change does not mean bombarding employees with one change initiative after another. Even several changes at the same time can reduce an organization’s capacity for change, reinforce the status quo and lead to less real change. So how does an organization adapt and move through change without major disruptions to its operations? Clearly, it […]
About Contributor - Georgette Kiser
Georgette Kiser, Chief Information Officer, The Carlyle Group
Georgette Kiser is a Managing Director and Chief Information Officer at The Carlyle Group. She is responsible for leading the firm’s Global Technology and Solutions (GTS) organization and developing and driving the IT strategy across the global enterprise, which includes the firm’s application development, data, digital, infrastructure, and program management and outsourcing activities. Prior to Carlyle, she was a Vice President of T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. where she headed the Enterprise Solutions and Capabilities within the Services and Technology Organization. Ms. Kiser lead and managed teams that provided creative solutions and technological leverage for Investment Front Office, Trading, and Back office operations. Prior to T. Rowe Price, she worked for General Electric within their Aerospace Unit. She earned a B.S. in mathematics with a minor computer science from the University of Maryland, College Park, an M.S. in mathematics from Villanova University, and an M.B.A from the University of Baltimore. Ms. Kiser has served on various non-profit boards including The Boys' Latin School of Maryland, the T. Rowe Price Foundation Board, Maryland Business Roundtable STEMnet Advisory Board, University of Baltimore Foundation, and the Kennesaw State University Brian Jordan Center for Excellence and Professional Development at Lakepoint.