Argyle Executive Forum held a virtual event on July 27, 2017 to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing finance teams today. Scott Mall, Vice President and North American Leader, Finance, for IBM Cognitive Process Services, was one of three industry experts that took part in the discussion. Topics of discussion included technologies like automation, blockchain, ...(read more)
Rich de Moll, Vice President, Blockchain Solutions & Transformation, IBM, Cognitive Process Services, discussed blockchain and its impact on today's organizations in his presentation to Argyle's CFO membership at the 2017 Chief Financial Officer Leadership Forum in Atlanta on May 18.
Sarah Smith, Director of Talent Management, Marathon Oil Corporation, discussed how an organization can develop a culture of innovation during her keynote address to Argyle's CHRO membership at the 2017 Human Capital Forum: Employee Experience in the Digital Era in San Francisco on March 22.
Ramkumar Venkataraman, Senior Vice President and IT Transformation Leader at Moody's Corporation, discussed how DevOps can be implemented to transform the legacy space.
Munu Gandhi, Vice President of Network Services at Aon Corporation walked the audience through the steps to overcome organizational inertia.
Bill Beem, Vice President Supply Chain, Cenveo, discussed people, process, system and tools, and their importance in the supply chain, during his presentation at the 2016 Leadership in Supply Chain Think Tank in New York on June 23.
"You have to work in harmony to have a transformation go right ... What we push for is always [to] understand and focus on the fact that you can make changes."
Troy Mills, Divisional Vice President of Customer Care Operations at Walgreens, on how his team embodies the organization's mission to help customers get, live and stay well, and how they've focused on communicating this message across all channels in order to maintain their position as the leading U.S. heath and wellness company.
Executive Spotlight: Larry Bonfante, Chief Information Officer at the United States Tennis Association. With over 30 years of experience in the IT trenches, Larry Bonfante is anything but a stereotypical “techie”. Larry has been acknowledged as a successful leader in the IT field by CIO Magazine and ComputerWorld and was recently nominated for the CIO Hall of Fame in 2013 for his focus on positioning the IT department to drive business results and become a critical business partner.