IBM Female Leader Rometty


began her career with IBM in 1981 in Detroit. Since then she has held a series of leadership positions, most recently as senior vice president and group executive, IBM sales, marketing, and strategy.


Earlier she served as senior vice president, IBM Global Business Services, where she led the successful integration of PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting. This acquisition was the largest in professional services history, creating a global team of more than 100,000 business consultants and services experts.


Earlier she served as senior vice president, IBM Global Business Services, where she led the successful integration of PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting. This acquisition was the largest in professional services history, creating a global team of more than 100,000 business consultants and services experts.


Mrs. Rometty serves on the Council on Foreign Relations, the board of trustees of Northwestern University, and the board of overseers and board of managers of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.


She holds a Bachelor of Science degree, with high honors, in computer science and electrical engineering from Northwestern University.

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IBMCEO Ginni Rometty looks more like glamor girl than a geek. She's definitely one of the best-dressed CEOs in the tech world, with killer clothes, polished make-up, hair typically neatly contained in a school-girl headband that she somehow makes look sophisticated.


She looks like she came from the sales and marketing world. And she did, sort of.She made her mark as a senior VP in IBM's consulting unit, Global Business Services, responsible for integrating PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting after IBM bought it in 2002. It was one of Lou Gerstner's final turnaround moves, when he converted IBM from a floundering hardware company, to a hardware, software and consulting giant.


Prior to the CEO job, she led IBM sales and marketing, which also makes her seem like a salesperson.But she actually started her career at IBM as a systems engineer. She earned her bachelors degree in computer science and electrical engineering from Northwestern University.And when she talks about some of the new technology IBM is working on, particularly IBM's 。


"Watson augments human decisionmaking because it isn't governed by human boundaries. It draws together all this information and forms hypotheses, millions of them, and then tests them with all the data it can find. It learns over time what data is reliable, and that's part of its learning process," Rometty said


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