As we continue to instrument every facet of modern work, it's beginning to enable data-driven management. The flip side of this data-driven augmentation, however, is that it may make the act of management the prime target for automation. Could it be that it will be the managers that go first?
A fair and inclusive workplace should cater to the needs of every employee as much as practically possible. However, diversity efforts and discussions often open up an unsavory can of worms. Fairness implies being fair and inclusive for everyone – including those who may seem privileged by our own biases. How can managers effectively lead a diverse IT workforce without doing so at the expense of any employee?
There is a wonderful undercurrent of technology training specifically designed to enhance the lives and standard of living of those attending their classes, while simultaneously helping build local economies and providing a trained workforce to local companies in dire need of a technically trained workforce. LaunchCode is an example of this wonderful technology trend.
Now is the best time to go global with your tech company. The advantages come in form of multifaceted choices at every level for your business. Moreover, given the unpredictability of the U.S. immigration laws, a global tech presence can help you retain exceptional talent with minimal hurdles.
In a tight tech talent market, employee retention is key. These tell-tale signs that highly valued team members may be considering moving on will help you get in front of turnover before it’s too late.
Rethinking how your company’s activities generate data and focusing on its application to business processes might release hidden sources of value. Enterprises across a range of sectors are forging ahead of their competitors through creative data exploitation.
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