Janelle B. Hill is a Chief of Research for Gartner's CIO practice. In this role, she looks across the non-industry, CIO research agendas to insure they are client centric and integrated.
As a Distinguished Vice President, her research focus is on digital business, with an emphasis on preparing enterprises for digital business at scale. This includes upgrading or even redesigning enterprise business operations to support the digital strategy. She also participates in our research on upgrading the I&T operating model to increase the contribution of information and technology investments to the digital strategy and increasing strategic engagement between the CIO's team and business stakeholders.
Ms. Hill primarily works with the CIO and the IT leadership team as well as with business executives on their digital acceleration initiatives. She leads interactive workshops, presents at conferences, writes extensively and is often quoted in business and IT journals on digital business transformation and the CIO's role in business transformation.
Previously, as Director of Industry Solutions Marketing, Ms. Hill's focus was on manufacturing industries. She was responsible for planning marketing programs and events, writing marketing collateral and working directly with field sales personnel on sales opportunities. She also did competitive analysis.
Director, Industry Solutions Marketing
Director, Database Administration
Senior Sales and Systems Engineer, Solution Marketing
CIO Leadership of Innovation, Disruptive Trends and Emerging Practices
CIO Leadership, Culture and People
CIO Leadership of Strategy, Governance and Operating Models
Executive Leadership: Digital Business
Executive Leadership: Enterprise Strategic Planning and Execution
M.B.A., New York University, Stern School of Business
B.A., Barnard College, Columbia University
1Transforming the business model and enterprise operating model for digital business at scale.
2Strategic engagement between business and IT professions (C-Suite and all mgt. levels).
3Designing a future state I&T operating model to enable the enterprise strategy.
4Influencing strategic business change.
5Organizational structure for maximizing value from Information and Technology