Getting to velocity in transformations
Our topic? Getting to velocity in transformations
Mickey McManus

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.

Sigal introduces herself
Sigal Zarmi

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.

Mickey McManus

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?

Sigal Zarmi

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.

Brad introduces himself
Mickey McManus

Okay. Brad, who are you?