How the 2013 Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leaders were chosen

By Computerworld staff, Computerworld |  IT Management

" Encourages staffers to be innovative and come up with ideas.

" Motivates with recognition and opportunities, not just money.

" Compares best practices with those of peer organizations.

" Leverages technology vendors as partners.

" Develops the leadership skills of employees in the IT organization.

" Is viewed as a leader by other executives and by the IT staff.

The honorees appear here in alphabetical order, with information that was provided in their questionnaires. Click here to read more about the program or make a nomination for the 2014 awards.

The Judges

Special thanks go to our nine judges, many of them past Premier 100 IT Leader honorees, who helped evaluate this year's candidates.

Duane L. Anderson, chief operating officer and CIO, Marquette Group/USMotivation (2012)

Bhupesh Arora, senior director, New Technologies & IT Effectiveness, Avery Dennison (2012)

Gerald D. Barton, vice president, global product development, LexisNexis (2012)

Eric J. Brown, executive vice president and CIO, NCI Building Systems Inc. (2012)

Frank Guglielmo, CEO, Federal Resources Supply Co. (2002)

Peter High, president, Metis Strategy LLC

Joshua R. Jewett, senior vice president of IT and CIO, Family Dollar Inc. (2012)

Jay D. Leader, senior vice president and CIO, iRobot Corp. (2011)

Dennis L. Strong, senior vice president and CIO, McCoy Corp. (2012)

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