Stories From The Issue Of » December 02, 2002
Chief Of The Year: Ralph Szygenda
General Motors' hard-driving CIO has revved the engines of the carmaker's once-stagnant IT systems
The Toughest Job In I.T.
Ben Standifer battles red tape, poverty, rickety equipment, heat, and flash floods to do his job
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Surviving The Three-Question Exercise
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Xerox Attempts To Copy Past Success
- Lou Bertin The Observer: Gerstner's Gift To IBM
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: GM's Szygenda Top CIO Innovator
- Herbert W. Lovelace Secret CIO: Vendors Are Your Friends, Just Ask Them
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: Lindows: Beyond Windows, Before Linux
- John Soat IT Confidential: CIO Special: Not So Moribund After All
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