We’re thrilled to announce that Ron Blitstein has joined Cutter’s management team and is now Director of Cutter’s CIO practice. While this role is new for Ron, Ron is not new to Cutter! He’s been a Fellow of the Cutter Business Technology Council since 2007, and a Senior Consultant with our Business-IT Strategies practice. As Director of the CIO practice — which includes research, consulting, and training services around business-IT strategy and trends, enterprise risk management, security, sourcing, and innovation — Ron will lead the community of Senior Consultants focused in these areas and will lay out the research agenda in these domains.

Ron’s 30-year career includes extensive international operations experience and spans all aspects of information management. This includes technology strategic planning, program management, mergers and acquisitions, IT turnarounds, business process reengineering, software solutions development, ERP deployment, security/risk management, outsourcing negotiation, and network/operations management.

I expect, like Israel Gat, who was named Director of our Agile Practice late last year, Ron will be adding more and more of his ideas and opinion to the pages of this blog. In the meantime, what do you think of his predictions for 2011?

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Anne Mullaney

Anne Mullaney oversees Cutter's marketing and product development activities and in-house editorial/research teams. She has more than 20 years experience in the high-tech publishing business.

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  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Cutter Consortium, Anne Mullaney. Anne Mullaney said: RT @cuttertweets: We're so excited that Ron Blitstein's taken on the role of Director of #CutterIT CIO practice! http://j.mp/eTHXKG [...]

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