Thanks for joining we wanna talk today about why is it so hard to get velocity in transformations and, what does it mean from a leadership standpoint to do this and what is a transformation and what does it really mean, internally for the company and how it can make a difference.
Who do we have today? Sigal, could you, could you introduce yourself and Brad, then you introduce yourself.
Hi, uh, Sigal Zarmi I'm a senior advisor for almost 18 months now to BCG and before that I have 35 years of technology and operations experience, mainly in financial services. My last role I was head of transformation and international CIO for Morgan Stanley.
So Sigal, just on that little note, I mean, you were in, you were inducted into the CIO Hall of Fame. How did that all happen, just outta curiosity?
I've, I've been a CIO for a very long time. Was a CIO of a few of the GE capital divisions.
Then I was CIO for PWC both Global CIO and US CIO, and then, like I said, CIO, with Morgan Stanley. So I've had, a long time in senior leadership positions. Running huge organizations, large budgets, global programs, people all over the world. So I think part of the criteria was really somebody who had, not just the title, but also the, span scope and how broad the role is.
Okay. Brad, who are you?