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YUCHENG (KIM) XU

Chief Digital Officer & General Manager of Digital Sales

IBM Greater China Group

IBM大中华区首席数字官&数字销售部副总裁

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徐云程现任IBM大中华区的首席数字官(Chief Digital Officer),同时兼任数字业务部总经理。在IBM供职的十几年中,徐云程曾担任多个重要领导岗位,例如大中华区战略总监,大中华区销售运营总监等。除了跨界的工作经历,她的履历也横跨了IBM的全球总部,亚太市场和大中华区等多个市场,拥有非常全球化的工作经历。

徐云程毕业于复旦大学经济学院国际金融系,后来又获得University of Rochester的工商管理硕士学位。

支持Ladies Who Tech的理由:

女性为世界带来了独特性和价值,科技行业当然需要这样的魔力。我们正处于变革的大时代,女性既能促进变革的进程,又能把事情看得更清楚。随着越来越多的公司在发展成为科技公司,我相信,参与科技行业的女性越多,我们就会变得越好。

作为最大的IT公司之一的女主管,我应尽绵薄之力去支持科技行业的女性。

座右铭:

Life is an adventure; stay curious, and stay open.

Kim Xu is currently the Chief Digital Officer & General Manager of Digital Sales for IBM Greater China Group. She took this role in mid-2015, and has been championing for a practical path in GCG to advance digital capabilities. In her tenure, she has led the digital sales team to deliver strong business growth in Commercial space, successfully integrated various missions into the digital organization, and established a brand new digital platform and development ecosystem team.

 

Kim has a very diverse experience within IBM and has always been considered a change agent. She joined IBM in 2002, and has since rotated from global headquarter to Asia Pacific, then to Greater China Group.

 

Kim received her undergraduate degree in Economics from Fudan University and graduated with honors from the MBA school at University of Rochester. She currently sits on the global alumni board of Fudan Economics School.

 

Kim also takes a variety of community roles within IBM. She was the GCG Executive Sponsor of Diversity Program in 2016. She is the PEP executive of Fudan University. She also sat on the Client Experience Team of IBM Greater China Group in 2016 and 2017.

 

Why support Ladies Who Tech:

Women bring something unique and valuable to the world, and Tech industry definitely can use this kind of “magic touch”. We are in a major era of changes right now, and women can both advance the progress and keep things in perspectives. With every company evolving into a Tech company, I trust that the more women who get involved in Tech, the better off we will all be.

 

As a female executive in one of the largest IT company, I would like to play a small part to advocate for women representation in Technology industry.

 

Motto:

Life is an adventure; stay curious, and stay open.

Kim Xu is currently the Chief Digital Officer & General Manager of Digital Sales for IBM Greater China Group. She took this role in mid-2015, and has been championing for a practical path in GCG to advance digital capabilities. In her tenure, she has led the digital sales team to deliver strong business growth in Commercial space, successfully integrated various missions into the digital organization, and established a brand new digital platform and development ecosystem team.

Kim has a very diverse experience within IBM and has always been considered a change agent. She joined IBM in 2002, and has since rotated from global headquarter to Asia Pacific, then to Greater China Group.

Kim received her undergraduate degree in Economics from Fudan University and graduated with honors from the MBA school at University of Rochester. She currently sits on the global alumni board of Fudan Economics School.

Kim also takes a variety of community roles within IBM. She was the GCG Executive Sponsor of Diversity Program in 2016. She is the PEP executive of Fudan University. She also sat on the Client Experience Team of IBM Greater China Group in 2016 and 2017.

Why support Ladies Who Tech:

Women bring something unique and valuable to the world, and Tech industry definitely can use this kind of “magic touch”. We are in a major era of changes right now, and women can both advance the progress and keep things in perspectives. With every company evolving into a Tech company, I trust that the more women who get involved in Tech, the better off we will all be.

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