The World-Herald also reported that a bank spokesman said Johri's departure was not related to the midyear losses incurred in 2008. Johri, who lives in Connecticut and was commuting to Omaha, told the World-Herald that he had promised his family he would spend three years with FNBO and that his departure is a direct result of that commitment. It will be interesting to see if FNBO's incoming management will maintain the customer-centric technology focus we wrote about earlier this week and that has been led by CIO and senior VP Ken Kucera.
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Stop The Presses! The 'Boss Every CIO Would Love' Is Out!
Talk about timing: Touted yesterday by Global CIO as the type of boss every CIO would love to have because of his strong advocacy for customer-driven business technology, First National Bank of Omaha president Rajive Johri has just left the company. He says his departure was voluntary. And I say no one should believe there's any such thing as a Global CIO jinx.