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Paul J. Groce

Partner

Heidrick & Struggles International Inc

HQ Phone:  (312) 496-1200

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Heidrick & Struggles International Inc

233 S Wacker Dr Ste 4200

Chicago, Illinois,60606

United States

Company Description

Heidrick & Struggles (Nasdaq: HSII) serves the executive talent and leadership needs of the world's top organizations as a premier provider of leadership consulting, culture shaping and senior-level executive search services. Heidrick & Struggles pioneered the...more

Background Information

Employment History

Principal

H&S


Affiliations

Global

Member of the Chief Information Officer and Global Financial Services Technology and Operations Practices


Education

BS

Engineering and Social Sciences

US Military Academy at West Point


BS

engineering and social sciences

United States Military Academy at West Point


MBA

finance

Auburn University College of Business


bachelor's degree

engineering and social sciences

the United States Military Academy at West Point


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For a look at the key talent trends, Information Management reached out to Paul Groce, a partner at Heidrick & Struggles - the well-known provider of executive search, leadership consulting and culture shaping, Groce recently rejoined the firm - focused on CIO and CTO leadership teams while also zeroing in on data-driven talent like CDOs, application experts and Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs).


www.epmchannel.com

For a look at the key talent trends, Information Management reached out to Paul Groce, a partner at Heidrick & Struggles - the well-known provider of executive search, leadership consulting and culture shaping, Groce recently rejoined the firm - focused on CIO and CTO leadership teams while also zeroing in on data-driven talent like CDOs, application experts and Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs).
Here's our conversation. Information Management: Let's start with the big picture, Paul. What are your primary responsibilities at Heidrick & Struggles? Paul Groce Groce: Our global practice specializes in leadership consulting, culture shaping and executive search in the CIO and CTO areas in support of clients' technology leadership team building needs. Our focus spans all industries but goes far beyond recruiting as we work with the world's top organizations to help them build and develop high performing teams. Information Management: How do you see the executive IT landscape evolving? Are you recruiting the same type of talent into the same types of positions that existed 3- to 5-years ago (or more)? Groce: The talent landscape continues to change incrementally, but the demand for a different type of talent has increased exponentially. Groce: Absolutely! Groce: The simple answer is "yes". Groce: The business leaders expect technology leaders to serve as peers, as partners and as business leaders, not as CIOs, CTOs and CDOs taking delivery orders from them. As an example, one prominent CEO recently described the CIO's importance in her organization as "unparalleled at the C-level in the corporation" given the CIO's job of also being the primary R&D executive. Groce: One key leader you have not asked about is the CISO, the Chief Information Security Officer.


www.healthdatamanagement.com

For a look at the key talent trends, Information Management reached out to Paul Groce, a partner at Heidrick & Struggles, the well-known provider of executive search, leadership consulting and culture shaping.
Groce recently rejoined the firm, focusing on CIO and CTO leadership teams while also zeroing in on data-driven talent like CDOs, application experts and Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs). Here's our conversation. Information Management: Let's start with the big picture, Paul. What are your primary responsibilities at Heidrick & Struggles? Groce: Our global practice specializes in leadership consulting, culture shaping and executive search in the CIO and CTO areas in support of clients' technology leadership team building needs. Our focus spans all industries but goes far beyond recruiting as we work with the world's top organizations to help them build and develop high performing teams. Information Management: How do you see the executive IT landscape evolving? Are you recruiting the same type of talent into the same types of positions that existed 3- to 5-years ago (or more)? Groce: The talent landscape continues to change incrementally, but the demand for a different type of talent has increased exponentially. Groce: Absolutely! Groce: The simple answer is "yes. Groce: The business leaders expect technology leaders to serve as peers, as partners and as business leaders, not as CIOs, CTOs and CDOs taking delivery orders from them. As an example, one prominent CEO recently described the CIO's importance in her organization as "unparalleled at the C-level in the corporation" given the CIO's job of also being the primary R&D executive. Groce: One key leader you have not asked about is the CISO, the Chief Information Security Officer.


www.insurancenetworking.com

For a look at the key talent trends, Information Management reached out to Paul Groce, a partner at Heidrick & Struggles -- the well-known provider of executive search, leadership consulting and culture shaping, Groce recently rejoined the firm -- focused on CIO and CTO leadership teams while also zeroing in on data-driven talent like CDOs, application experts and Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs).
Here's our conversation. Information Management: Let's start with the big picture, Paul. What are your primary responsibilities at Heidrick & Struggles? Groce: Our global practice specializes in leadership consulting, culture shaping and executive search in the CIO and CTO areas in support of clients' technology leadership team building needs. Our focus spans all industries but goes far beyond recruiting as we work with the world's top organizations to help them build and develop high performing teams. Information Management: How do you see the executive IT landscape evolving? Are you recruiting the same type of talent into the same types of positions that existed 3- to 5-years ago (or more)? Groce: The talent landscape continues to change incrementally, but the demand for a different type of talent has increased exponentially. Groce: Absolutely! Groce: The simple answer is "yes". Groce: The business leaders expect technology leaders to serve as peers, as partners and as business leaders, not as CIOs, CTOs and CDOs taking delivery orders from them. As an example, one prominent CEO recently described the CIO's importance in her organization as "unparalleled at the C-level in the corporation" given the CIO's job of also being the primary R&D executive.


www.staffingindustry.com

Separately, the company announced Paul Groce rejoined the firm as a partner in the information and technology officers practice at its New York office.
Groce was a member of Heidrick & Struggles' global CIO practice until 2005; he most recently was a partner and head of the global CIO/technology and operations practice for another search firm.


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