Gary Beach

, Publisher, CIO magazine

GARY BEACH

Gary Beach is the publisher emeritus of CIO magazine.

How to Close the Technology Skills Gap

In the final installment of CIO.com's three-part look at the technology skills gap in America, Gary Beach offers 12 examples how companies are bridging the gap with innovative programs. He also offers suggestions for what you can do to build the next generation of IT pros.

IT Skills Gap Is Really an Education Gap

In Part 2 of CIO.com's three-part series on the technology skills gap in America, Gary Beach suggests that the issue is really an education gap. When it comes to math and science education, is the United States a nation at risk?

Is the Technology Skills Gap Fact or Fiction?

In Part 1 of his three-part series, CIO.com publisher emeritus Gary Beach examines a question that's stumping job seekers, employers and economists -- does a skills gap exist in the United States in general and in the IT market in particular? (Includes video introduction to the series.)

CIOs Must Help Plug the Talent Gap

CIOs have trouble filling technical positions because of deficiencies in America’s schools. It’s time to get involved, says Gary J. Beach, author of a just-released book on this topic.

Are CIOs Losing Control of Tech Spending?

Gary Beach cites research showing that a lot of corporate spending for technology (like robotics and embedded chips) is outside the CIO's purview. CIOs need to step up and become "chief digitization officers."

Why CIOs Should Reconsider BYOD

CIO magazine publisher emeritus Gary Beach sees reasons that a popular BYOD policy will be unsustainable for companies. Some IT execs are already switching to providing company-provided consumer devices. Will you be next?

Time to Pay It Forward for Better Educated IT Workers

CIO's Publisher Emeritus Gary Beach knows American students lag behind other countries in STEM and thinks McKinsey's 'Closing the Talent Gap' report may be on to something. Is it time we incentivize our best students to forgo the private sector for jobs in public education?

How CIOs Can Help Build IT Talent for the Future

Many in the US are concerned about the talent gap between American students and similarly-aged students overseas when it comes to math and science skills. This is a real problem for our economy and security. But CIOs can help by reaching out to guidance councelors and educating them about jobs in IT.

How CIOs Can Stay Relevant in the Future

Cloud computing and the consumerizaton of IT have pushed the CIO role into uncharted territory. CIO magazine's publisher emeritus Gary Beach writes that it's time to seek out unique ways you can contribute.

Time Is Money: What CIOs Should Know About How they Spend Their Time

CIO’s publisher emeritus Gary Beach looks at our annual State of the CIO data for clues to how CIOs manage their time and how well that aligns with their goals.

 

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