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10 CIOs: Career Decisions I'd Do Over

Listen and learn as leading CIOs share the decisions they'd do over, from misusing outsourcing to adopting tech too early.
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Decision I wish I could do over:

Chris Corrado, Asurion: Leaving a firm after 12 years because I became impatient. I could have waited longer for senior management to make the changes needed to effect the necessary improvements in our operating model. In retrospect, this wasn't the best move for me--though the learning experience resulting from the move was a valuable lesson and helped me become a more effective manager in international markets.

CIO profile of Chris Corrado of Asurion

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1/17/2013 | 7:38:58 PM
re: 10 CIOs: Career Decisions I'd Do Over
I hope Mr. Metz doesn't eleminate someone just because they previously or currently work that isn't just like his. You can't determine the cultural match based simply on that.
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majenkins,
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1/17/2013 | 7:36:00 PM
re: 10 CIOs: Career Decisions I'd Do Over
I like what Mr. Hannah said. Isit really worth it important to become the CIO if it costs you your family?
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5/16/2012 | 8:26:22 PM
re: 10 CIOs: Career Decisions I'd Do Over
I guess female CEO's don't make mistakes...none were interviewed.
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3/30/2012 | 2:24:04 PM
re: 10 CIOs: Career Decisions I'd Do Over
Really can't use this format.
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