Landmark CIO Community Event
Fisher-Hopper Prize Award Ceremony
Crossing the Digital Chasm
The Rise of the Digital Ecosystem
28 September 2017
University of California, Berkeley
Randy Mott, the CIO of GM, will be awarded the 2017 Fisher-Hopper Prize for Lifetime Achievement in CIO Leadership – the most prestigious award in the field of Information Technology Management – at this event.
As digitalization matures, CIOs must prepare for participation in one or more digital ecosystems, where enterprises, competitors, customers, regulators and other stakeholders form an interdependent business network.
This event will spotlight the key issues: understanding business priorities and market dynamics, building organizational bench strength for talent and a focus on technological interoperability.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Bobby Martin, founding CIO of Walmart and, later, the CEO of Walmart Int’l
- Sanjay Shringarpure, CIO of E&J Gallo Winery
- Brad Peterson, EVP/CIO of NASDAQ, former SVP/CIO of Charles Schwab Corp.
- Dawn Lepore, founding CIO of Charles Schwab, Corp.
- Dominic Titcombe, VP, Enterprise Architecture, Charles Schwab, Corp.
- Milo Sprague, CTO, Silicon Valley Bank
- John Engates, CTO, Rackspace
- Dacher Keltner, Professor of Psychology at Berkeley and our most highly praised speaker in 2015 & 2016
- Mark Raskino, VP, Gartner Research & a Gartner Fellow
- Joonho Lee, GVP, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
This event is invitation-only and currently full (the registration page is available here.)
The Program Booklet for the event is available as a pdf here.
Every year the Fisher CIO Leadership Program and Gartner host a major three-part event:
The Landmark CIO Community Event, a full-day seminar on current technology topics, which is followed by
The Renaissance CIO Banquet and awarding of the
Fisher-Hopper Prize for Lifetime Achievement in CIO Leadership.
Landmark CIO Community Event
Crossing the Digital Chasm: the Rise of the Digital Ecosystem
September 28, 2017 – The University Club, UC Berkeley Memorial Stadium, 2227 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley, CA
7:30 Registration desk opens, CIO Peer Networking Breakfast
8:30 Welcome & Meet the Audience
– Jim Spitze, Exec. Director, Fisher Ctr. for Business Analytics
– Michael de Paauw, Gartner Executive Partner
– Prof. Zsolt Katona, Faculty Dir., Fisher Ctr. for Business Analytics
8:45 Opening Keynote – Transforming Global Information Systems in an Automotive industry icon
Introduction by Bobby Martin, former CIO of Walmart, and CEO of Walmart Int’l (via SKYPE from NYC)
– Randy Mott, Global CIO of GM, winner of the 6th annual Fisher-Hopper Prize
9:45 Peer Networking Break
10:00 KEYNOTE: Chasm Crossed – The Renaissance of the Digital CIO
Mark, Raskino, VP Gartner Research & Garner Fellow
10:45 CIO Mastermind Panel #1: Leading and Evolving Digital Ecosystems – in All Industries
Moderator: Mark Raskino
– Randy Mott, CIO of GM, winner of this year’s Fisher-Hopper Prize
– Dawn Lepore, “founding” CIO @ Charles Schwab
– John Engates, CTO, Rackspace
– Milo Sprague, CTO, Silicon Valley Bank
11:15 GENERATIONAL KEYNOTE: An Industry Transformed; The Story of Charles Schwab Corp.
Dawn Lepore, “founding” CIO, Charles Schwab Corp.
Brad Peterson, EVP/CIO, NASDAQ, former SVP/CIO, Charles Schwab, Corp.
Dominic Titcombe, VP, Enterprise Architecture, Charles Schwab Corp.
12:00 CIO Peer Networking Luncheon and 2017 group photo
1:00 Why Blockchain is Potentially Revolutionary
Joonho Lee, GVP, Head of Strategy & Operations, Supervision Dept.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
1:30 Afternoon Keynote – Transformational Technology in Retail
Introduction by Jim Spitze, Chairman of Fisher-Hopper Prize Committee
Matt Carey, CIO Home Depot, reserve winner of 6th annual Fisher-Hopper Prize
2:30 Peer Networking Break
2:45 KEYNOTE: Progress and the Power of Good
Dacher Keltner, Professor of Psychology, UC-Berkeley
3:30 KEYNOTE: Digital Augmentation of the Wine & Spirits Industry
Sanjay Shringarpure, CIO of E&J Gallo Winery
4:15 Peer Networking Break
4:30 CIO Mastermind Panel #2
Moderator: Mark Raskino
– Joonho Lee, Fed. Res. Bank of San Francisco
– Sanjay Shringarpure, CIO of E&J Gallo Winery
– Matt Carey, reserve winner of this year’s Fisher-Hopper Prize
5:15 Recap and Dinner Logistics
Michael de Paauw, Gartner Executive Partner
5:30 Reception in the John Galen Howard Lounge of The Faculty Club
6:30 Renaissance CIO Banquet in the Great Hall of The Faculty Club
– “Where We Are & Where We Are Going” – a status report by David Culler, Interim Dean, UC’s new Division of Data Science
Announcement of the winner of the 2017 Fisher-Hopper Prize for Lifetime Achievement in CIO Leadership
– Introduction and announcement of the 2017 winners by Jim Spitze
– Acceptance speech by Randy Mott, 2017 winner
– Acceptance speech by Matt Carey, 2017 reserve winner
– Remarks by Jo Hopper
– Remarks by the Fisher Family
– Closing Remarks by Jim Spitze
9:00 End of Banquet (time approximate)
Keynote Speaker and Honoree Biographies
Additional speaker biographies are available in the event Program Booklet.
Senior Vice President, Global Information Technology & Chief Information Officer, General Motors
Winner of the 2017 Fisher-Hopper Prize for Lifetime Achievement in CIO Leadership
Randy Mott was named senior vice president and chief information officer, Global Information Technology (IT) in February 2012, responsible for the company’s global IT strategy and all IT assets. He is a member of the Executive Leadership Team, reporting to CEO Mary Barra.
Prior to his current position, Mott served since 2005 as executive vice president and chief information officer of Hewlett-Packard, where he was responsible for all IT, including company-wide application development, data management, technology infrastructure, data center operations and telecommunication networks worldwide. From 2000 to 2005, Mott was senior vice president and chief information officer for Dell, Inc. He was responsible for managing the company’s global IT, which included the backbone of its extensive Internet and web-based capabilities. Mott significantly enhanced the company’s IT executive talent and focused the organization on global, scalable and common systems. Prior to Dell, Mott spent 22 years at Wal-Mart Stores Inc., where he held a variety of technical and management positions and pioneered retail and supply-chain systems automation. In 1994, Mott was named senior vice president and chief information officer. For the next six years, Wal-Mart almost tripled in revenue and its IT group earned a “best-of-class” reputation as it cost-effectively leveraged global and common IT systems. In 1996, Mott was promoted to Wal-Mart’s executive committee and in 1997 InformationWeek named him “Chief of the Year.”
Mott’s vision and leadership approach has garnered him global recognition in leading transformational initiatives focused on optimizing IT as a business. In June 2007, he received the “Roger Milliken Career Achievement Award” from the Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Solutions Association for his dedication and contributions to enabling the retail and consumer-focused industries through the creation and implementation of supply chain standards and best practices. Mott has a bachelor of science in mathematics from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. In 2005, he was named in the Fulbright College Alumni Academy as a Distinguished Alumni. Mott was elected to the Board of Directors for Dun & Bradstreet in June 2015, and serves on the Audit Committee and Innovation & Technology Committee.
Executive Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Home Depot
Reserve Winner of the 2017 Fisher-Hopper Prize for Lifetime Achievement in CIO Leadership
Matt is responsible for all aspects of our IT infrastructure and software development, including communication networks, approximately 90 supply chain distribution centers, and retail systems across the company’s 2,200-plus stores and store support centers. Matt is also responsible for our IT strategy, including the development and execution of technologies used in stores, online and in our supply chain. When Matt Carey joined The Home Depot in 2008, our IT capabilities were years behind other retailers of our size. Under Matt’s leadership, the company has successfully built out the capabilities of an advanced retailer including store mobility, price management, auto-replenishment, global sourcing, interconnected retail, advanced analytics, and more. These IT advances provided the knitting that has tied together enormous transformations across supply chain, merchandising, store and online systems. As part of this, Matt’s team designed and launched an industry-first proprietary mobile device we call the “First Phone,” which functions as a phone and walkie-talkie with the added functionality of mobile checkout, inventory management, product search and business analytics.
Before joining The Home Depot in 2008, Matt served as senior vice president and chief technology officer at eBay. In that role, he was responsible for product development, site operations, electronic security, product planning, platform engineering, data warehousing, trust and safety, and catalog operations for eBay Marketplaces. Prior to joining eBay in 2006, Matt spent more than 20 years with Wal-Mart, where he was senior vice president and chief technology officer. During his tenure at Wal-Mart, he managed the rollout of the wireless RF infrastructure, had responsibility for the company’s Mainframe Large Systems and Data Warehouse, and led the implementation and integration of Walmart.com, Samsclub.com and the grocery home delivery business in the U.K. He also was responsible for implementing Goodlinks, which provided wireless real-time email and calendaring functions. Matt earned an associate’s degree in information systems from Oklahoma State University – Okmulgee.
Professor of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley
Director, Berkeley Social Interaction Lab and the Greater Good Science Center
Dacher Keltner is a professor of psychology at University of California, Berkeley, where he directs the Berkeley Social Interaction Lab and the Greater Good Science Center. He has received the outstanding teacher and research mentor awards from UC Berkeley, and seen 20 of his PhD students and post-doctoral fellows become professors. His research focuses on the biological and evolutionary origins of compassion, awe, love, and beauty, and power, social class, and inequality.
Keltner is the co-author of two textbooks, as well as the best-selling Born to Be Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life, and The Compassionate Instinct. Keltner has published over 190 scientific articles, he has written for the New York Times Magazine, The London Times, and Utne Reader, and has received numerous national prizes and grants for his research. His research has been covered in TIME, Newsweek, The New York Times, the BBC, CNN, NPR, The Wall Street Journal, and in many other outlets.
Mark Raskino, Vice-President, Gartner & Gartner Fellow
Mark Raskino is a Distinguished Analyst and Gartner Fellow in Executive Leadership and Innovation research. Mr. Raskino works primarily with CIOs and CEOs. He covers business and technology trends and their implications for business strategy and IT management. Mr. Raskino’s research includes digital business, Gartner’s Annual CEO Survey, Annual CIO Resolutions and Annual CEO Resolutions, as well as the 2008 Harvard Press book “Mastering the Hype Cycle.” He is an accomplished and frequent keynote speaker. Current key research topics include digital business leadership and strategy, innovation management, and information innovation in business strategy.
In previous roles at Gartner, Mr. Raskino has:
– Chaired Gartner’s Emerging Trends Symposium (2007 and 2008)
– Developed macro-scale emerging trends research (2005 and 2006)
– Co-led Gartner’s real-time enterprise research (2003 and 2004)
– Coordinated IT cost containment research (2002)
– Led B2C e-business research in Europe (2000 and 2001)
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