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Women remain underrepresented in IT leadership, but initiatives to address ‘broken rungs’ and to create more opportunities for advancement at some organizations are showing signs of progress.
Identifying future IT leaders is essential for ensuring long-term organizational health. But to develop them, you must move beyond teaching to become a coach for leadership growth.
André Allen, VP of IT, chief privacy officer and CISO at Toronto’s MaRS Discovery District, recently sat with CIO Leadership Live’s Lee Rennick to discuss his 30-year journey in IT, how new tech serves as catalysts for innovation,
Don’t let drama, jealousy, and fear poison your IT organization. Experts and IT execs offer advice on establishing a workplace culture where toxic behaviors don’t take root.
Passed over for promotion and struggling to fit into workplace cultures, Black women in technology see little progress in an industry fixated on diversity optics rather than inclusion.
One of the world’s largest lithium miners has taken a federated approach to automating business workflows with a bot strategy that provides self-service hooks into IT systems and beyond.
From flexible team-staffing platforms to internal skills marketplaces, gig-economy relationships and new approaches to temporary talent sourcing bring benefits if done right.
High-profile IT disasters are enforcing the dystopic visions and macro-pessimisms saturating the cultural consciousness. Only by steeling against perpetuating past IT sins and embracing possibility can we make something brighter.
Despite posting revenue growth across all its business segments, IBM is set to lay off around 1.5% of its workforce.
SAP’s profitability fell sharply in 2022 despite overall revenue growth and booming cloud sales, prompting it to sell its remaining stake in Qualtrics and lay off 2,800 staff.