CIOs Are Not Social Enough, Study Shows
Only 10 percent of CIOs on the Fortune 250 and Global 250 lists are active participants in public social networks, according to a recent study conducted by social email provider harmon.ie.
The members of that 10 percent have social credentials demonstrating that they understand what it takes to drive business transformation by using social tools to help flatten hierarchies, speed up business processes, and boost efficiency and agility through collaboration.
The CIOs recognized on harmon.ie's 25 Most Social CIOs list include SAP's Oliver Bussmann, Google's Benjamin Fried, Pemex's Abraham Galan, Royal Bank of Scotland's Ian Alderton, Microsoft's Anthony Scott, SUPERVALU's Wayne Shurts, Kimberly-Clark's Ramon Baez, Cora Carmody of Jacobs Engineering Group, Kenneth Corriveau of Omnicom Group and Michael Kirschner of Office Depot.
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