Craig Hayman has left the building

by Volker Weber

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This is one of the things you stumble upon without a press release from IBM. Craig Hayman, who had just inherited the Lotus franchise, has left IBM for greener pastures. His enterprise has been chopped up, and bits and pieces report to Robert LeBlanc and Bob Picciano. Jeff Schick was promoted to General Manager and now heads "Enterprise Social Solutions" reporting to Bob Picciano.

Comments

The promotion of Jeff Schick is good news !

Felix Binsack, 2014-07-15 22:19

Craig Hayman was (or still is) one of those excellent breed of people who listens to his customers - he once did a Lotusphere Comes To You gig, and he came and asked me (ME!) about the important things for our UK audience, and then he spoke to some delegates and made notes before he did his presentation.

Darren Adams, 2014-07-15 23:14

Indeed. Craig is excellent.

Volker Weber, 2014-07-15 23:18

I had breakfast with him at Connect, and he seemed like a great guy, and he listeded to us when we had comments regading what IBM could do better. I think he would been great for ICS if he had stayed longer.

Karl-Henry Martinsson, 2014-07-17 04:54

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