Leadership

Say NO to Be a Better Leader

Say NO to be a better Leader

Fewer things get done better. How can Leaders say NO more frequently without coming across as naysayers, focus on fewer projects and lead the organization towards sustained efficiency, growth and profitability?

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Robert Lux

Robert Lux, Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer, Freddie Mac.

Robert (Rob) Lux is the executive vice president and chief information officer– at Freddie Mac. He is a member of the company’s senior operating committee and reports to chief executive officer Donald Layton. Lux is responsible for t... More   View all posts

John F. Milazzo Jr

John F. Milazzo Jr, Chief Information Officer, Kodak Alaris

John is the Chief Information Officer for Kodak Alaris, a new company born in 2013 from one of the world's most iconic brands. Kodak Alaris is passionate about using technology to transform organizations and improve people's lives across... More   View all posts

Jake Dominguez

Jake Dominguez, Chief Information Officer (CIO), FMC Technologies

Jake Dominguez is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) at FMC Technologies, Inc. and responsible for leading the company’s global IT organization. He has more than 30 years of engineering and information technology experience, with a diver... More   View all posts

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