SIM DFW Fellows

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About the SIM DFW Fellows Program

The SIM DFW Chapter Fellows were identified and chartered as a new membership category in 2013.  The first official meeting of the Fellows was held in December of that same year.

The Fellows are a select group of senior professionals that represent a cross-section of the DFW SIM Chapter.  Practitioners, academics, business partners, and senior IT consultants are currently among the ranks of the Fellows.

The Fellows are those individuals who throughout their careers have demonstrated a level of involvement that is not only very apparent within the broader IT discipline but also within their selected industry and within SIM.  They have given of themselves to their SIM colleagues through their membership tenure (whether that time has been within the DFW Chapter or any SIM Chapter in which they have belonged) and have given to the SIM International organization as well.

The Fellows represent decades of experience and lessons learned, and are always very willing to share the practices, expertise, and the lessons acquired over those years to any SIM colleagues. It is through this sharing that others may take value and apply those lessons and “pearls of wisdom” in their own businesses and their own careers.

Once accepted as a DFW SIM Chapter Fellow that honorific is held for all time.  Once a Fellow, always a Fellow.

2021
Blockchain Interview with Brendan Cooper
Ulrike Schultze | August 2, 2021
Holochains
Chris Feola | July 12, 2021
Privacy Chain
Ulrike Schultze | June 28, 2021
To Blockchain or Not to Blockchain
Ulrike Schultze | June 14, 2021
Blockchain
Chris Feola | June 7, 2021
Cryptocurrency
Chris Feola | May 26, 2021
Ye Olde CIO Explains It All
Chris Feola | May 18, 2021
When the Contract Ends
Caren Shiozaki | April 26, 2021
Relationship on the Rocks?
Caren Shiozaki | Apri 19, 2021
Managing Your Cloud Relationship
Caren Shiozaki | Apri 12, 2021
Data Protection in the Cloud
Caren Shiozaki | Apri 5, 2021
Evaluating Potential Cloud Partners
Caren Shiozaki | March 29, 2021
Letting a Good Crisis Pass By

Kevin Campbell | March 22, 2021
Defining and Measuring Success
Ulrike Schultze | March 8, 2021
Managing the Flexibility Paradox

Ulrike Schultze | February 22, 2021

'Thingifying' Customers to Helping People Solve Problems
Ulrike Schultze | February 8, 2021
Relational Analytics
Ulrike Schultze| February 1, 2021
Tools for Changing Organizational Culture
Ulrike Schultze | January 27, 2021
Organizing for Flexibility

Ulrike Schultze | January 13, 2021
A Tribute to Dot Autrey
SIM Fellows | January 11, 2021

2020
Taking Your Business to the Next Level

Andrew Jackson | September 9, 2020
For Your Consideration, News about Security and Privacy 
Chris Feola | September 21, 2020
09-28 News about Security and Privacy 
Chris Feola | September 28, 2020
Cybersecurity Awareness Month    
Caren Shiozaki | October 5, 2020

If You Connect It, Protect It    
Caren Shiozaki | October 12, 2020

Securing Devices at Home and Work    
Caren Shiozaki | October 19, 2020
Protecting Internet Connected Devices in Healthcare    
Caren Shiozaki | October 26, 2020

The Future of Connected Devices     
Caren Shiozaki | November 2, 2020
The Importance of IT Risk in the Language of Business     
Kevin Campbell| November 9, 2020
The Importance of Quantifying IT Risk
Kevin Campbell| November 16, 2020  

The Effect of a Governance Program on Risk Management
Kevin Campbell| November 23, 2020
Developing a Positive Corporate Culture
Andrew Jackson | December 7, 2020
Building a Team for 2021
Andrew Jackson | December 14, 2020
Managing & Motivating a Remote Team
Andrew Jackson | December 22, 2020
Work Personas That Emerged in 2020
Andrew Jackson | December 29, 2020

The Fellows Blog is posted every Monday except holidays by the Society of Information Management DFW Chapter Fellows.

Watch our SIM Fellows interview technology leaders on how they are leading their organizations through the COVID-19 Pandemic.


Interview with Caren Shiozaki, EVP-CIO for TMST, Inc

Interview with Debbie Jowers, Administrative Director, Texas Health Resources
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