From vision to fruition, what's it take to implement change?
Leadership

From vision to fruition, what’s it take to implement change?

Leadership - From vision to fruition, what’s it take to implement change?

Change is always hard. How do you move from pure luck at implementing a successful change to ensured change success? How do you make a successful change repeatable? We know the milestones: vision, the building of momentum as the change is implemented, eventual sustainability, and finally the desired results!  But what does it really take to successfully steer your organization to a successful change though these milestones, and then reliably repeat the process again and again, as needed, within the organization and beyond to other organizations?

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Stephen J. Bozzo, SVP and Chief Information Officer, 1-800-FLOWERS.COM

Stephen Bozzo is 1-800-FLOWERS.COM’s Chief Information Office, a position he assumed in April, 2007. Steven is responsible for all aspects of IT Planning, Development, Delivery Management, Infrastructure, and E-Commerce. In addition, Mr.... More   View all posts

Larry Bonfante, Chief Information Officer, Author, the United States Tennis Association

Larry has held executive leadership positions over the past 29 years in the Financial, Pharmaceutical, Not for Profit, Consulting, and Sports and Entertainment industries. He has received numerous industry accolades including being named as... More   View all posts

Harish Ramani, SVP and Global Chief Information Officer, Constellation Brands

“Everything we do in IT should help the business make and sell our products.” This vision is how Harish Ramani, Global Chief Information Officer, embodies the role of IT at Constellation Brands. Born in Bombay, India, he has lived all o... More   View all posts
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