Green Bay, Wis.
- Whenever the title executive vice president is part of a CIO's title, the technologist usually is an established part of management. So it is with Judy Lemke, who was lured out of retirement by Schneider National
following a career that she thought was winding down.
Lemke, ......Full article >>>
enure at Medtronic had set a high bar for the type of work she prefers because when you work for a company that saves lives on a daily basis, other opportunities seem mundane.
I didn't' even know what Schneider was, she acknowledged, and when I learned they were in trucking and transportation, my initial reaction was, `How boring could that be?'
Not very, as she would soon discov......Full article >>>
a multi-dimensional growth strategy. It's one more geographic location, albeit a vast one, where Schneider will apply technology and go where its multi-national customers go.
China might be the world's most populous country, but it's not Schneider's most far-reaching strategic initiative. That prize would go to the ongoing replacement of legacy technologies.
The company, which ha......Full article >>>
olution, and anything executives must be engaged in.
That's how we are managing what we are doing, and what kind of processes that we will be changing in order to get to our end-state vision, Lemke said.
Meantime, a formal change-management process has begun so that teams understand how every individual associate will be impacted by the change, and so they can engage people early......Full article >>>
ne on schedule with the vendor paying the entire cost. Had she known what she knows today, Lemke probably would have concluded that it was impossible, and she admitted the route she took runs counter to today's conventional wisdom about cutting losses.
Fortunantely, there was a recognizable path, and Lemke believed she could overcome the obstacles. I just never considered that there was a......Full article >>>
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