(Postponed) Signature Leadership Series: Scaling Digital Innovation
A conversation with Nick Colisto, Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Avery Dennison with moderation by Richard Hoynes, Partner at Vexelor
Unfortunately, this webinar has been postponed due to a family emergency – we’ll be in touch when it is rescheduled. Thank you for your understanding about this last minute change of plans.
RBS Lifelong Learning Team
The Rutgers Business School Signature Leadership Series: Lessons of Resilience, Resourcefulness, Responsibility, and Reinvention features live virtual discussions with thought leaders and business leaders from across the industry spectrum. This complimentary monthly series will give you:
- the opportunity to hear and learn from leadership experts
- stories of their journey
- lessons learned
Join the conversation and get a glimpse into their everyday, real-life challenges and learn from their leadership playbooks.
Speaker: Nick Colisto, Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Avery Dennison
Nick Colisto is Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Avery Dennison Corporation. In his role, Nick is responsible for driving and executing an enterprise IT strategy for the company, including shepherding the overall company strategy with respect to information technology trends, driving efficiencies across the organization, improving delivery of IT services and products to the business, and building on our existing culture of operational excellence. Prior to joining Avery Dennison, Nick served as senior vice president and chief information officer for leading global water technology company, Xylem Inc. He has also held senior IT roles with K. Hovnanian Companies, one of the U.S.’ largest homebuilders, and Boehringer-Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, a global, research-driven pharmaceutical company. Nick holds a BBA degree in management information systems and a Masters in information systems from Pace University.
If you have any questions, you may contact our Executive Education team directly at 1-848-445-2020.
This event is free.