Filippo Passerini Recognized As InformationWeek’s Chief of the Year

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 7:01 pm EST

Just last month we shared the exciting news that P&G's President of Global Business Services (GBS) and CIO Filippo Passerini was inducted into the Hall of Fame for his significant contributions to the IT industry. But that's not all. Just recently, he was named InformationWeek's Chief of the Year for his ability to transform the way business is done and bring innovation to life.

According to InformationWeek, they chose Filippo for this distinguished honor because of his ability to create unique business models that drive value for the company and change the status quo. Filippo is known, throughout the company and externally, as a change agent and strategist. His GBS organization has saved the company more than $800 million dollars and continues to increase the company's ability to innovate. He and his team of 7000 are responsible for bringing Bob's vision of digitizing the company from end to end to life. And we can't wait to see what he'll contribute next.

To read more about this exciting recognition, check out the InformationWeek article here.

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