Suzanne Adnams is a Managing Vice President for the Strategic Portfolio Management team in IT Leaders and Technical Professionals (ITLTP) Research. Previous Gartner roles include VP Analyst role in CIO Research and Executive Partner.
Prior to this role, Suzanne Adnams was Vice President, Analyst with Gartner Research, working on the CIO Leadership of Strategy, Execution and Organization team and the CIO Leadership, Culture and People team. Ms. Adnams provided research, insights, advice and support for IT executives related to navigating the future of work and the changing workplace experience as well as developing leadership skills, leading change in their organizations.
From 2011-2013 Ms. Adnams was an Executive Partner with Gartner Executive Programs. She worked with CIOs in Western Canada, providing executive-level advice, guidance, counsel, direction and assistance to support the CIO role and helping members use Gartner resources to succeed in their organizations.
Suzanne has been working in IT since 1980, and has been in government and higher education management and executive roles since the mid 1990s, including a CIO role. As a consultant following the CIO role, Suzanne worked with executive clients on IT strategy and planning, best practices, organizational design and change management, with a focus on governance, IT service management and project management.
Online Business Systems - OBSglobal
Grant MacEwan University
Chief Information Technology Officer
CIO Leadership of Culture and People
Future of Work Reinvented Resource Center
M.A., Work, Organization & Leadership, Athabasca University
B.Sc., Social Sciences, University of Toronto
Master's Certificate in Project Management, University of Winnipeg/York University
1Helping CIOs establish themselves as business leaders, not just IT managers
2Advising on organizational change management and leadership practices
3Creating awareness of the elements that influence culture and group dynamics
4Considering the changing workforce and workplace impacts on individuals and the organization