By: Rich Hein, October 2, 2014
Enjoying a long career doesn't happen by accident. It takes planning and effort. Use these tips to get your head in the game and keep your eye on the future.
By: Michael Krigsman, Novermber 2014
Chief Information Officers have made great strides to become more strategic and valuable to the organizations they serve. At the same time, research from numerous sources demonstrates the large gap that remains between IT performance and business expectations.
In simple terms, the data shows that many senior business decision-makers view CIOs and IT in a neutral, or even negative, light that indicates a lack of respect and credibility. I suspect three strong contributing factors...
By: Jowl Dobbs, April 2014
If you have been in management very long I’ll bet you have a story. The story will likely begin with interviewing and hiring a promising person who seemed perfect for the job opening in your department. It ends with you scratching your head and wondering where you went wrong.
Most of us have made hiring mistakes. Hire enough people and some will turn out to be duds. Here are a couple of my stories.
By: Sharon Florentine December 2014
2015 promises to be a banner year for IT workers as the unemployment rate continues to plummet, salaries increase and organizations double down on retention and engagement strategies. CIO.com asked experts to predict the biggest trends, technology and strategies that will make an impact on hiring and recruiting in 2015.
By Hope Gurion, May 25, 2012