PRESENTING: the Top 25 Social CIOs in the Fortune 250 –

Posted on 22 June 2012

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I couldn’t pass on this post this week.  What is interesting is the amount of commentary and the chord the author struck.  What I would find interesting is juxtaposing this list of CIO’s against their competition in the Fortune 500 list for 2012.  Do they lead their industry?  Are they on the move?  I suspect they are.

For those naysayers about the Social CIO’s, I have to mention that how the leadership acts, tells you a lot about the organization.  How personable is the organization regardless of size? Are they Tweeting for sake of Tweeting or is there content linked to the Tweet that is insightful?  There is method to the madness of jumping into the social media marketplace to advance your organization.

This is a whole new generation, they expect to surf the web/Tweets, quickly access data and make a decision about where they buy and why.  These are the future buyers, workers and leaders in the business world.  It’s time us old timers understand. learn and use these tools in a very competitive world.

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