Enterprise Transformation: IBM Senior VP Linda Sanford on the Company’s Decade of Change

IBM today has more than $100 billion in annual revenue and 430,000 employees in 170 different countries. Senior Vice President Linda Sanford, with the help of the IBM CIO organization and the business transformation team reporting to her, is orchestrating a massive transformation that has thus far yielded an $8 billion payback for the company.

In this interview, Sanford details the company’s decade of change and talks about why it’s critical for organizations to regularly transform their products, systems, and processes. She also explains IBM’s priorities, and the CIO’s office’s involvement in its overall transformation. Read the interview here.

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About the expert:

Linda Sanford

IBM’s Linda Sanford

Linda Sanford serves as Senior Vice President, Enterprise Transformation, for IBM, and leads the strategy for IBM’s internal transformation to becoming the premier globally integrated, smarter enterprise. In this role, Ms. Sanford is responsible for driving the company’s ongoing reinvention spanning technology, operations and culture.

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