Analyst Profile
Hung LeHong
Hung LeHong
VP Distinguished Analyst
Oakville Canada
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Years of Experience
13 years at Gartner
23 years IT industry
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Roles and Responsibilities
Hung LeHong is a VP and Gartner Fellow in Gartner Research and a member of Gartner's CIO and Executive Leadership research group. He focuses on senior executives and CIOs to help them anticipate changes to business models and consumer trends caused by technology disruptors. He helps executives understand what's coming in three years and beyond, so they can innovate today to improve their position or effectiveness in the future.
Previous Experience
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. LeHong was with Accenture, where he worked for eight years with retail, consumer products, and telecommunications companies in Canada and the U.S. He has helped clients manage process and organizational challenges arising from large transformational initiatives in a number of functional areas. Previous to this, Mr. LeHong worked for General Electric in the Manufacturing Management Program.
Professional Background
General Electric, Manufacturing Management Program, 2 years
Accenture, Senior Manager, 8 years
Industry Awards/Accolades
Four Gartner Thought Leadership Awards
Education
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, with a minor in Management, McGill University
Completed General Electric's two-year management program
Languages
English
French




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Innovation; CIO Desk Reference Chapter 33, Updated Q3 2013 17-Apr-2014 Jackie Fenn, Mary Mesaglio, Hung LeHong, Ken McGee
Cool Vendors in Information Innovation, 2014 10-Apr-2014 Douglas Laney, Ray Valdes, Alexander Linden, Hung LeHong
Digital Business: 10 Ways Technology Will Disrupt Existing Business Practices 20-Mar-2014 Hung LeHong
Lead in the Digital Industrial Economy Using Insights From Symposium's Analyst Keynote 30-Dec-2013 David A. Willis, Peter Sondergaard, Nick Jones, Hung LeHong, Dave Aron, Jim Tully, Mark Raskino
Smart Machines Lead to Competitive Advantage as Well as Ethical Challenges 09-Dec-2013 Hung LeHong