Tina Nunno

Tina Nunno

Distinguished VP Analyst
Tina Nunno is a Vice President and Gartner Fellow in Gartner's CIO Research group based in Stamford, Connecticut. Ms. Nunno is responsible for conducting research and developing publications aimed at helping CIOs and their organizations around the world improve their performance and contribution. She specializes in CIO-related leadership issues, including working with the board of directors, executive communications, change management and governance strategies. She is the Analyst Sponsor of the Gartner Women's CIO Community, has co-authored Gartner's Annual CIO Agenda report, and is a sought-after speaker.

Ms. Nunno's most recent research deals with navigating organizational politics. She focuses on helping CIOs and other IT executives analyze sensitive political situations and apply strategies and tactics to deal with political land mines and power struggles. Ms. Nunno also explores the use of extreme political tactics in her popular new book titled, "The Wolf in CIO's Clothing: A Machiavellian Strategy for Successful IT Leadership."
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Monday, October 19, 2020 / 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM EDT
Gartner Opening Keynote: Seize the Moment to Compose a Resilient Future

Leaders worldwide are guiding their organizations into an uncertain future. But can we do more than just survive change? An adaptive, resilient business—the composable business—promises bold outcomes. CIOs throughout the private and public sectors are combining what their organizations do well with new ideas about technology, learning and ecosystems. Gartner’s 2020 Symposium Keynote covers the strategies that, even in turmoil, create greater advantage.

* Session qualifies for Continuing Profession Education credits from ISACA, ISC2®


Thursday, October 22, 2020 / 03:30 PM - 04:00 PM EDT
The Politics of Family-Owned Companies for CIOs

In many countries, more than half of enterprises are family-owned. They range from small and mid-size enterprises, to some of the largest companies in the world. Family-owned companies can be warm, purpose-driven places to work, where leaders see employees as an extension of the family. This has many benefits, but can also create unique political complexity. This session shares data from a 2020 survey of CIOs of family-owned enterprises and other leaders, and pinpoints the key political challenges, points of conflict, and opportunities.

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