TBM Tuesdays are a regular series of virtual forums, focused on key topics that technology leaders care about today.

Each month will feature two styles of event:

  • On the second Tuesday of each month, there will be the opportunity to join a live roundtable which focuses on collaborative thinking, innovation, networking and idea sharing
  • On the fourth Tuesday of each month, there will be a live case study, in which our hosts will provide you with an insider look into how they have optimized costs, mitigated risk, driven innovation, navigated disruption – and much more – using modern Technology Business Management strategies

The TBM Council Board of Directors and other industry technology leaders will host these interactive sessions, where we’ll encourage questions, discussions and feedback, to collaborate, learn and network with your peers.

Read on to see the current schedule – please check back for updates, as new sessions being added regularly…


November 24 – Live Roundtable with Ashok Kalyanswamy, CIO at Saxo Bank

Join Ashok Kalyanswamy, Global CIO at Saxo Bank, and Jack Bischof, Strategic Services Regional Vice President at Apptio, to learn about leveraging TBM to support rapid business expansion, while laying the foundation for extending those same capabilities beyond IT to help manage the entire enterprise.

Ashok Kalyanswamy
Ashok Kalyanswamy, CIO, Saxo Bank



Past Sessions:


June 23 – Live case study, How to socialize & build consensus between CIOs & CFOs

Join Shelia Anderson, SVP & CIO Corporate Functions at Liberty Mutual & Jeff Blomker, Director Technology Business Management at Maryville Consulting Group to learn how they leveraged a partnership between IT and Finance to introduce data-driven, influenceable allocations to ensure business value aligned IT Financial Management.

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Shelia Anderson, SVP & CIO, Liberty Mutual​
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Carolyn Bellisio, Technology CFO, Liberty Mutual
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Jeff Blomker, Director Technology Business Management, Maryville Consulting Group​
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Quinn Abraham, Manager, Maryville Consulting Group



July 14 – Using TBM to Slash OpEx and Optimize Vendor Spending

In this talk, Greg Sly, SVP of Platforms and Infrastructure at Verizon, will share how his team used TBM to cut OpEx spending by one-third over two years, significantly reduce vendor renewal costs, consolidate vendors and take other actions to save money. He will also describe how they are gaining better control over their spending, including the ability to push expenditures out (or pull them in), identify mis-categorizations of spending, find hidden data sources, and improve forecasting and multi-year planning.


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Greg Sly, CTO, Verizon

July 28 – Live Roundtable, Using TBM to Drive Consensus and Self-Fund Innovation

Join us for this virtual fireside chat with Brink’s Inc. Global VP and CFO Keith Barthelmeus to discuss best practices and lessons learned in driving consensus between technology leadership and business partners using TBM. He’ll talk about how to create accountability for technology costs and consumption among business unit leaders, how to address their concerns as the accountability model evolves, and how the TBM office should play a role in driving consensus. Barthelmeus will share how he drove optimization decisions with TBM to free up dollars to fund innovation as Brink’s business model transformed through digitization.

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Keith Barthelmeus, Global VP & CFO, Brink's Inc.

August 11 – Live Case Study with Amy Byalick, Fortune 100 TBM program leader

In this talk, TBM Council Executive Advisory Board member Amy Byalick will share important lessons and experiences from serving as the global TBM leader for two different Fortune 100 companies. During her tenure with each company, Amy learned how to foster the partnership between IT and Finance, deal with far-less-than-perfect data, properly engage executive sponsorship, and address the organizational change management aspects of TBM. Amy will be joined by the TBM Council’s Todd Tucker for this insightful discussion.

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Amy Byalick, Fortune 100 TBM program leader, Fortune 100 companies

August 25 – Fireside Chat: Reduce Costs or Enable the Business? Yes! A Conversation with George Maddaloni, EVP & CTO at Mastercard

Working for leading global enterprises such as AT&T, UBS, AIG and now Mastercard, George Maddaloni has built his career on understanding complex business needs and defining and delivering sophisticated technology services to meet those needs. He and his teams have always faced the dual mandate of delivering value for the money (i.e., costefficient services) while enabling business growth (i.e., satisfying insatiable demand for services). In this chat, George will share how he balances these oftentimes competing mandates while modernizing platforms, automating processes, ensuring security and meeting other requirements that demand time, money and talent.

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George Maddaloni, EVP & CTO, Mastercard

September 8 – Disruption Comes in Many Forms: Being Prepared with TBM, with Ralph Loura at Lumentum

TBM Council Board Member Ralph Loura (SVP & CIO of Lumentum) has gone through his share of disruptions, from a massive corporate breakup (while at Hewlett-Packard) to waves of disruptive technology to the current global pandemic. His experience has taught him that, while strategy is paramount, CIOs must be able to adapt quickly based on facts. Ralph will walk through lessons learned over the years in dealing with rapidly shifting situations while staying true to his business’s longer-term direction and goals.

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Ralph Loura, SVP & CIO, Lumentum​

September 22 – Going Global with TBM at Great-West Lifeco with Phil Armstrong, EVP & Global CIO, and Melvin Baranyk, Director – Technology Business Management

Great-West Lifeco is a company you may not know but owns brands such as Putnam Investments, Canada Life, London Reinsurance, and Irish Life Assurance. In this TBM Tuesday, EVP and Global CIO Phil Armstrong sits down with two of his TBM leaders to share how they've implemented TBM in their global, multi-divisional company. You'll learn what's worked for them and the lessons they've learned along the way.

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Phil Armstrong, EVP & Global CIO, Great-West LifeCo


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Melvin Baranyk, Director – Technology Business Management, Great-West LifeCo



October 6 – A Decade of TBM: The Journey of First American with Mike Slivkoff, Senior Corporate Finance Manager at First American

Following the global financial crisis (2007-2008), many financial services firms embarked on a new period of growth and innovation, requiring tough tradeoffs among their technology investments. First American was no different, and it was in 2010 that the firm began its TBM journey. In this discussion, you’ll hear from two of the key players during this decade-long journey, Senior Corporate Finance Manager Michael Slivkoff and Director of Data Operations Lance Warner. Hear how they started fast, evolved their program year after year, and made TBM a core part of how First American makes decisions and drives accountability throughout their enterprise.

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Mike Slivkoff, Senior Corporate Finance Manager, First American​
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Lance Warner, Director of Data Operations, First American​

October 20 – Panel Discussion with Denise O`Hora-Webb, former CIO at Marshfield Clinic, Bradford Newton, Vice President Information Technology Administration and Enterprise Applications at WellStar Health System, and David Lundal, Chief Information Officer at Children's Minnesota

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Denise O'Hora-Webb, Former CIO, Marshfield Clinic
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Bradford Newton, Vice President Information Technology Administration and Enterprise Applications at WellStar Health System
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David Lundal, Chief Information Officer at Children's Minnesota

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