Chris Arrigali, Global Vice President of Information Technology at The Results Companies, explains the parallels between the sports world and the work world.
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Family Dollar CMO shares how her most trusted advisor has been there from the beginning.
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As VP of IT and CIO at Trinity Industries, Tammy Gilbert discusses streamlining and transforming her department to make it the most effective business partner it can be.
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