Honeywell Chief Digital Technology Officer Sheila Jordan
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507: Honeywell Chief Digital Technology Officer Sheila Jordan discusses 

  • Why data is the currency of any digital transformation
  • How the IT organization moved from being 69% outsourced, to much more heavily insource
  • How the pandemic has supplied the market with a significant amount of world class talent
  • How Honeywell has successfully identified, hired, and onboarded new employees during the pandemic
  • Why video is here to stay
  • The increasing importance of security in a remote workforce
  • An overview of Honeywell’s connected enterprise
  • The state of the union of women in IT
  • Sheila’s take on AI

Among a variety of other topics.

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This episode is sponsored by Zoho and Sykes

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