CIO Succession - Robert Morison
Robert Morison is a highly accomplished business researcher, writer, discussion leader, and management consultant. He has been leading breakthrough research at the intersection of business, technology, and human asset management for 25 years, working with hundreds of major organizations and writing research reports and management guides on topics ranging from workforce management and business innovation to business process reengineering, collaborative business models, and business analytics.
He is co-author of Analytics At Work: Smarter Decisions, Better Results (Harvard Business Press, 2010), Workforce Crisis: How to Beat the Coming Shortage of Skills And Talent (Harvard Business Press, 2006), and three Harvard Business Review articles, one of which received a McKinsey Award as best article of 2004. He has spoken before scores of corporate, industry, and government groups, and has been a commentator on workforce issues on Nightly Business Report on PBS.
Morison currently serves as Director of Research with Stryve Advisors, leads enterprise research for The International Institute for Analytics, and lends his experience and expertise to research and intellectual capital development efforts for a variety of progressive organizations. He earlier held management positions with The Concours Group, CSC Index, and General Electric Information Services Company. He holds an A.B. from Dartmouth College and an M.A. from Boston University.