Who is more dangerous…engineers with keyboards or programmers with screwdrivers? Dennis explores that concept, while stressing the value of working as a team and the tools that have been essential to solve real-world manufacturing challenges, relying on insights gained when his company moved from a position of systems and automation to systems and automation being a critical part of the basic operating process.
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Dennis Hodges is CIO of Inteva Products, a $2.5B automotive supplier. He is responsible for an IT organization of more than 150 employees spread globally across 18 countries and has been recognized as an innovative leader in the industry as a ComputerWorld Premier 100 IT Leader and among the InfoWorld Top 25 CTOs for creative, cost-effective use of cloud technologies. Past technology management roles include IT director for Huntsman Corp. and manager, electronic business, for Chevron Phillips Chemical Company.