Analyst Profile
Simon Mingay
Simon Mingay
Research VP
Cardiff United Kingdom
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Years of Experience
17 years at Gartner
32 years IT industry
Areas of Coverage
IT Management

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Roles and Responsibilities
Simon Mingay is a Research Vice President in Gartner Research. Mr. Mingay is currently researching three key areas. The first is IT shared services and service management, encompassing the related issues of IT process improvement, ITIL, IT governance, IT organization design, IT operating models, the business value of IT and managing shadow IT. His other current research area is sustainability and its impact on organizations, IT and the IT industry. This encompasses all aspects of green IT and energy-efficient data centers, and IT's role in enterprise energy management, sustainability performance management, CSR reporting, smart buildings and the business case for sustainability.
Previous Experience
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Mingay worked in the semiconductor industry in various roles within the IT organization, from IT service management to strategic planning within the group function.
Professional Background
STMicroelectronics, Group OA Strategy Manager, 4 years
STMicroelectronics, IT Manager, 4 years
Inmos, IT Support Manager, 8 years
Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Decision Making, Open University
M.B.A., Cardiff Business School
B.Sc., with honors, Computer Studies, Glamorgan University

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How to Add Everyone's IT CIO to Traditional CIO Leadership 17-Apr-2014 John Mahoney, Simon Mingay, John P. Roberts
Shared Services Key Initiative Overview 03-Apr-2014 Simon Mingay
How CIOs Need to Prepare for Industrializing and Mutualizing IT in the Digital Economy 25-Feb-2014 Simon Mingay, Partha Iyengar, Kurt Potter
Predicts 2014: Green IT and Sustainability 13-Dec-2013 Simon Mingay, Bettina Tratz-Ryan, Annette Zimmermann, Chet Geschickter
Should CIOs Encourage or Suppress Everyone's IT? 30-Sep-2013 Simon Mingay, John Mahoney