Exec resigns in Stamford firm’s probe of workplace conduct
The head of Gartner’s global research resigned over an unspecified issue related to workplace conduct.
Over three decades with Gartner, Peter Sondergaard had risen to becom executive vice president of Gartner’s research and advisory function. The information technology trend analysis firm is among Stamford’s biggest employers where it is based, with Gartner also having a satellite office in Trumbull.
In a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, Gartner stated it appointed Michael Harris to take over Sondergaard’s job, reporting to CEO Gene Hall, with Harris previously having been senior vice president of IT leaders and technology professionals research.
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