Congratulations to the 500 biggest security organizations and best business-minded leaders and their entire teams for achieving recognition and position on the 2010 Security 500.
• Mark Cheviron, Vice President, Security and Corporate Services, Archer Daniels Midland Company (Agriculture/Farming/Food Manufacturing)
• Jim Hutton, Director of Global Security, Proctor & Gamble (Industrial/Manufacturing)
• Jack Sullivan, Director of Security, Dunkin’ Brands (Retail/Restaurants)
• Jeff Ward, Chief of Police, San Antonio Unified School District (Education: K-12)
• Richard Gunthner, Vice President of Global Corporate Security, MasterCard (Finance/Banking/Insurance)
• Maria Chadwick, Director of Surveillance,
The Las Vegas Wynn (Hospitality/Casinos)
• Steve Colo, Chief Security Officer, SAIC
• Mike Ennis, Vice President International Security and Senior Risk Manager, SAIC (Business Services)
What did we learn from this year’s profile subjects? First of all, they are proven as both accomplished security executives and exceptional business leaders. But the key to their personal success is that they are outstanding people whose leadership and people skills are to be admired and (if possible) copied. It was an honor and a pleasure to be told their stories and entrusted to share them in the 2010 Security 500 report.
• Agriculture/Farming/Food Production: Richard Ryan, Archer Daniels Midland
• Business Services: Ted Almay, Deloitte
• Diversified: Jerry Meade, Loews
• Finance/Banking/Insurance: William Phillips, CNA Financial
• Education: College-University Robert Beach, Longwood University
• Hospital/Medical Center: Leonard Sullivan, Medical City Dallas
• Hospitality/Casinos: Chad Callahan, Marriott
• Hospitality/Casinos: Maria Chadwick, The Wynn Las Vegas
• Industrial/Manufacturing: Chad Wehrman, Proctor & Gamble
• Media/IT/Communications: John Honovic, Viacom
• Retail/Restaurants: Paul Stone, BestBuy
• Stadiums/Arenas: Dr. Lou Marciani, NCS4
• Transportation/Supply Chain: Dennis Treece, Massport
• Utilities & Energy: Timothy Rigg, Progress Energy
• Overall Guidance: George Campbell, Security Executive Council
Some sectors were not “coached” and are up for adoption for the 2011 Survey. The better refined the questions asked, the more valuable the benchmark reports provided to participating organizations. Please let me know if you are interested in further developing the Security 500 Benchmark Survey for your specific sector.
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