Fletcher Previn, Chief Information Officer of IBM
Published December 4, 2017
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    Among other topics, Fletcher discusses the following issues with Metis Strategy:

    * Fletcher’s accent to the CIO position, and how he prepared for the role
    * IB M’s cultural transformation, and the role of IT in driving this on the digital front
    * How IBM views cognitive business solutions and the ways in which IT supports and enables these efforts both internally and externally
    * How Fletcher approaches delivering IT value to a highly technical company
    * The philosophy and practice of “embedding security into everyone’s job”
    * How Fletcher engages with CIOs that are both his peers and his clients
    * Fletcher’s perspective, as a young CIO, on making IBM more attractive to millennials

    Fletcher is Chief Information Officer of IBM, a 106-year-old, $140 billion technology company. Since becoming CIO this past May, Fletcher has focused on creating an agile culture to increase the pace of innovation and is responsible for delivering a productive IT environment to several hundred thousand IBM employees, contractors, and business partners worldwide.
    Fletcher has held a variety of positions at IBM during his 10+ years with the company, including most recently Vice President of Workplace as a Service. Prior to joining IBM, Fletcher was a manager with Walmart’s Enterprise Systems Management group.
    Fletcher holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and German from Connecticut College.
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