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As Vice-President, Strategic Offerings and Partnerships, Craig is responsible for strategic offerings, digital transformation, emerging technologies and CGI’s global partner ecosystem. 

With more than three decades of transformation expertise, Craig brings a wealth of experience in identifying value and driving transformational change across large international organizations. He has held a number of executive positions where he has been responsible for positioning the organization for future success through the use of digital thinking and technology adoption.

Previously at CGI he was Digital Transformation Global Lead and prior to that led Digital Strategy and Transformation in CGI’s UK strategic business unit. Before joining CGI, Craig was the Group CIO for FirstGroup, driving digitalization of cross-channel customer experience, customer satisfaction and organic growth.

Craig holds a strategy and organization degree from Stanford Graduate School of Business and attended the Kelley School of Business and the Institute of Management Development business school.

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Rethinking how things get done, part 3: Managing change as an everyday part of business

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