Mike Wing helps shape the Center for Global Enterprise’s mission and strategy, including its New Enlightenment framework. For 21 years, as Vice President, Strategic & Executive Communications, IBM, Mike was a leader in shaping IBM’s strategy and communications, providing counsel to three IBM CEOs. He crafted the company’s vision of the Globally Integrated Enterprise, Smarter Planet and Cognitive Business. Previously, Mike was Vice President, Worldwide Intranet Strategy & Programs, responsible for the strategy and development of w3.ibm.com, the company’s corporate intranet. Mike developed IBM’s global online “jams” for organizational brainstorming, accelerated decision making and culture change.
Before IBM, Mike led employee communications at Time Warner Inc. and CBS, Inc. In graduate school, he was a member of the faculty and administration of Vico College, an interdisciplinary undergraduate humanities program at the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he was a doctoral candidate in English, concentrating on Shakespeare. He graduated from Swarthmore College with High Honors in 1970. Mike is a co-author of The Kissing Place, an original film produced for USA Network.
Today, Mike provides strategic counsel to a small group of NGOs, businesses and professional organizations.