- To Mike Jackson, CIO leadership is largely about putting the process horse before the technology cart.
That's no easy task when most people equate horsepower with technology. Yet Jackson, vice president of global business services and CIO of Rockwell Automation
, a global provider of a......Full article >>>
ated sites and business units, and since business processes tend to be local and limited, this has produced a series of individual cultures.
To transform these cultures into a single, integrated one, several hundred people on the IT and business sides are involved in the five-year GPT project, which will allow the company to turn off 400 legacy applications. Now in year two of the projec......Full article >>>
can paint multi-year pictures of the future. The pace of change also makes it easier for Rockwell to attract the kind of people it wants, those with a keen interest in seeing technology applied to business.
Another selling point is Rockwell's core mission of helping manufacturing customers deal with global competition. In today's environment, that means the 103-year-old business has neve......Full article >>>
Despite recent weakness in the North American automotive market, Rockwell believes it is positioned for growth with a global mix of business, momentum in Europe and emerging markets and, according to CEO Keith Nosbusch, a maturing productivity culture that aggressively drives cost reduction. Jackson, a graduate of Vanderbilt University
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