The Smart Industry 50: Class of 2018

Fifty individuals helping to advance their organizations’ digital transformations.

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Matt GriffithsStanley Black + Decker IndustrialCIO

Peggy GulickAGCODirector, Digital Transformation, Global Manufacturing

Edith Harmon-WeissNew BalanceVP Manufacturing Innovation

Ahmed HashmiBPGlobal Head, Upstream Technology

Chris HeckDuke EnergyCIO

Julie HolstadSouthern CompanyEngineering Manager, Data Acquisition & Cyber Security

Michael HurleyFlint Hills ResourcesCIO

Brian HurstExelon UtilitiesChief Analytics Officer

John KellyBAE SystemsDirector of Empower Innovation

Don KinardLockheed MartinSenior Fellow

Greg LeveilleConocoPhillipsCTO

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Since leaving business school in the 1993, Altimeter’s Charlene Li has felt most at home in the midst of digital transformation. So much so, that she wrote the book. Look for "The Disruptor’s Agenda: How to Create a Strategy for Breakthrough Growth" at bookstores and online coming in February 2019.

Charlene LiAltimeterPrincipal Analyst

Dale MalonyHonda of AmericaOT & Asset Monitoring Leader

Faith McCrearyIntelPrincipal Engineer & User Experience Researcher

Laura MerlingUTCChief Digital Officer

Rolf PaeperIngersoll RandVP Digital Solutions

Irene PetrickIntelDirector Industrial Innovation, IoT Group

Allison RadeckiBeam SuntoryCIO

Chris RenkenConstellation BrandsVP Manufacturing Systems

Gavin RennickSchlumbergerPresident, Software Integrated Solutions

Carlos RuizL’OrealSenior Vice President, Manufacturing North America 

Trent SalvaggioIoT Talent ConsortiumExecutive Director

Vivek SankaranFrito-Lay North AmericaPresident, COO

Didier SassereauGebo CermexProduct Manager

 

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Narinder Singh is leading the efforts of global agribusiness leader Olam International to define the strategic roadmap for manufacturing operations and procurement that will deliver Olam’s vision to be “the most differentiated and valuable global agri-business by 2040.” Across the company, he is working with diverse, multifunctional teams—including both “digital dinosaurs” and Millenials—to evaluate those transformations that are most important to the company’s future, anticipate digital disruption to get benefits of early mover status, and establish a digital culture for the future.

Narinder Pal SinghOLAM InternationalVP Engineering

Jeff SmithParker HannifinIoT Business Development

Yves Gorat StommelEvonikDirector, Business Development & Innovation

Derek TravellaMonsantoReliability Systems Lead

Parag VaishTeslaHead of Digital Product Management, Content & Design 

Steve ZitneyU.S. Dept. of EnergyProcess Systems Engineering Research

 

 

 

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