Gartner Expert

Christie Struckman

VP Analyst

Christie Struckman covers the complex challenges of organizational change and business transformation with a focus on the people perspective. Her areas of focus include culture change, organizational change, the role of the CIO, leadership and management practices. Ms. Struckman is a member of Gartner's Leadership, Culture and People team in the CIO Research group.

Previous experience

Prior to joining the Research team, Ms. Struckman worked as an Executive Partner in Gartner's Executive Program providing guidance and advice to CIOs in multiple industries on most technology and strategy initiatives.

Before joining Gartner, she had ten years of experience in organizational and leadership development in the high-tech industry and public sector. She worked for nine years in customer service, backroom IT services, IT change management and strategic programs in the IT department at Intel. Ms. Struckman worked as a consultant on program metric design, survey validation and analysis. She was also a professor focused on the business school topics of organizational behavior, change and leadership.

Professional background

Gartner

VP Research

San Jose State University

Adjunct Professor

Intel

Strategy and Technology Analyst

Areas of coverage

Building and Expanding a Digital Business (retired)

CIO Leadership of Innovation, Disruptive Trends and Emerging Practices

CIO Leadership, Culture and People

Leading the Next-Generation Workforce (retired)

Education

Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York

M.S., System Management, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, California

B.S., Decision Science, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia

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Top Issues That I Help Clients Address

1How to lead and guide an organization through organizational or transformational change

2How to guide an organization through culture change

3How to grow and develop leadership and management practices

4How to motivate and inspire employees and teams for better performance

5How to provide an inclusive environment for diverse employees