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Why CIOs Must Be More Social

Kimberly Clark CIO Ramon Baez makes Top 25 Most Social CIOs list, explains why it's important to burst the corporate cocoon.

"I just think this is an important part of our arsenal, going forward. Our business leaders are getting it. If I thought this was just something the kids do, I suspect my CEO would think differently of me--it's very possible--as someone who is not forward thinking, innovative, thinking about how to break down barriers across the company."

Harmon.ie's Top 25 Most Social CIOs:

1. SAP, Oliver Bussmann

2. Google, Benjamin Fried

3. Pemex, Abraham Galan

4. Royal Bank of Scotland, Ian Alderton

5. Microsoft, Anthony Scott

6. Supervalu, Wayne Shurts

7. Kimberly-Clark, Ramon Baez

8. Jacobs Engineering Group, Cora Carmody

9. Tesco, Mike McNamara

10. Omnicom Group, Kenneth Corriveau

11. Office Depot, Michael Kirschner

12. Flextronics, David Smoley

13. Xerox, Carol Zierhoffer

14. Manpower, Denis Edwards

15. Computer Sciences, David McCue

16. Cisco Systems, Rebecca Jacoby

17. DISH Network, Mike McClaskey

18. Costco Wholesale, Paul Moulton

19. Dell, Robin Johnson

20. Constellation Energy, Michelle McKenna

21. International Business Machines, Jeanette Horan

22. Home Depot, Matthew Carey

23. Avon Products, Donagh Herlihy

24. BP, Dana Deasy

25. Benjamin Williams, Devon Energy

Follow David F. Carr on Twitter @davidfcarr. The BrainYard is @thebyard and facebook.com/thebyard

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4/10/2012 | 7:09:53 PM
re: Why CIOs Must Be More Social
Proud that CSC's own David McCue made the list. I can't be more thrilled. He's the real deal. What the world doesn't know is the strong sponsorship I've had from him from the beginning on CSC's social business journey. As the business strategy lead for CSC's own Social Business program, I've been thrilled to have David's strong sponsorship and guidance on this program. Because of his leadership we have an industry-award winning case study and successful internal social community (employees), we are just about to launch a private/gated community (for private collaboration with external parties/customers) and we have an external community that is now full steam ahead under our company's CMO. Furthermore, David has inspired employees with his use of these tools internally to lead and communicate for several years. And as this article states, he's leading in very public ways as well. To me, this is public evidence of something we see in him everyday within our own company.
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