Severn Trent Water CIO Myron Hrycyk explains his total operational reorganisation

Slideshow view of the board politics and strategy decisions a utilities CIO has to make

In the same month that Myron Hrycyk became CIO Severn Trent Water, the FTSE 100-listed utility pleaded guilty to two charges from the Serious Fraud Office of overcharging its customers and of misreporting water leakage data in 2001 and 2002. New chief executive Tony Wray had to travel to the High Court to receive the industry record fines and lead the company out of a dark period in its history.

Read Myron Hrycyk's responses to the CIO Questionnaire

That was in April 2008, and today, Severn Trent has almost completed the most radical transformation a company can go through: every part of the organisation has been altered, right down to the building from which it operates.

Read the full interview with Myron Hrycyk.


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