Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Chief Shared Services Officer
David Johns is the senior vice president and chief information officer of Owens Corning, a world leader in building materials and composite systems and solutions. Mr. Johns leads the Global Information Technology, Global Business Shared Services, & Corporate Services Sourcing organization. This includes all Owens Corning business shared service centers, manufacturing technology, project portfolio management, sourcing, and information systemsâ€"the latter of which ranked 62nd in the 2006 InformationWeek 500 and 5th on the 2005 Baseline 500.
has extensive managerial and technical experience involving global supply chain activities, largeâ€"scale systems design and development, and other technology related activities.
was inducted into the CIO Hall of Fame
in 2009 and was just named one of Computerworld's Premier 100 information technology leaders for 2012.
Prior to his current assignment, Mr. Johns served as senior vice president, chief information officer and chief supply chain officer.
In this role, he
was responsible for global information systems and supply chain functions leveraging people, process and technology to transform Owens Corningâ€™s supply chain and drive change across the enterprise.
In 1999, Mr. Johns was named senior vice president and chief technology officer where he led the Owens Corning Technology Group, which paired the companyâ€™s Science & Technology and Information Systems organizations.
Mr. Johns also served as vice president and chief information officer with responsibility for leading and integrating the design, development, and operations elements of Advantage 2000, the companyâ€™s enterprise-wide reengineering program.
The scope included process and technology application, global infrastructure and related services for the implementation of the SAP software system.
Before joining Owens Corning in 1994, Mr. Johns was a technology manager with Honeywell, Inc., in the companyâ€™s
global resource center.
In that role, he
implemented fully integrated payroll, human resources, and benefits systems throughout the companyâ€™s
and Canadian business units as well as financial applications throughout Honeywellâ€™s global financial organization.
Before his tenure at Honeywell, Mr. Johns was director of information services for Time Warner Cable Communications, Inc., in
, where he
orchestrated major computer systems development and management activities at both the division and corporate levels.
Mr. Johns holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from The Ohio State University and a Master of Business Administration from the