Speaker Bio

Christie Struckman

Christie Struckman

VP Analyst
Christie Struckman is a Vice President in Gartner's CIO research team. She helps CIOs and other C-level executives with aligning the organizational building blocks needed to succeed in the digital-era. Topics include: culture and organizational change; leadership transitions and development; management practices; diversity, equity and inclusion; and conflict management practices. She is currently working on supporting clients re-imagining the role of managers in the future of work, developing themselves as executive leaders, and developing a methodology for assessing and remediating pay equity.
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Tuesday, June 07, 2022 / 03:00 PM - 03:30 PM EDT
The Five Steps of Culture Change to Align to the Future of Work

With so much changing in both where, how and with whom work gets done, our organization’s culture needs to adapt accordingly. Use the language of attributes to understand your culture and diagnose what isn’t working now. Change those attributes to adapt to your changing ways of working, and maintain what makes your organization unique. Use our 5 step process for aligning your culture to your changing business needs.

Wednesday, June 08, 2022 / 07:30 AM - 08:30 AM EDT
CISO Circle Exclusive Breakfast: Is Hero Culture Sabotaging Your Diversity Initiative?

Diverse Cybersecurity teams are more effective, but many organizations push away diverse staff through their cultivation of hero culture. Employees and candidates with primary childcare responsibilities, visible and invisible disabilities or neurodiversity, often cannot be sustainably successful in a hero culture. Join us at breakfast for an interactive panel discussion to help CISOs drive change.

Wednesday, June 08, 2022 / 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM EDT
Confront Behaviors That Marginalize Women (Anyone Really!)

An inclusive environment requires equal treatment of everyone. Yet, day to day, seemingly small actions can collectively and progressively create a scenario where people feel marginalized. Leaders can break habits by confronting behaviors and providing support for everyone in their organization.

Join us to hear from Gartner experts and thought leaders.