As inflation rises across the globe, CIOs are strategizing ways to navigate rising prices for IT supplies, services, and talent by rethinking IT portfolios, reprioritizing IT spend, and honing business efficiencies.
CIDO Mike Clifton explains how, in addition to managing the IT core, he and his teams are enabling the company’s go-to-market strategy, accelerating its digital roadmap, and using AI and ML to transform customer experiences.
Woman remain underrepresented — and often feel isolated — in STEM careers. That’s why Women in STEM is connecting high school girls with adult mentors with an aim of empowering them to pursue careers in tech.
The traits that define transformational leadership are evolving to include soft skills centered on connection and relationships, resulting in improved cultures, talent retention, and business outcomes.
If you, your leadership, or your team has been unsure of how to define and roll out a hybrid work environment, you too have experienced the Great Hybrid Confusion. Here are some tips that may be of help.
With the percentage of tech workers opting for independent work rising, CIOs are recalculating staffing mixes to lean more heavily on freelance and contract workers for hard-to-hire, high-demand skills.
Outsourcing has evolved — and so too have misconceptions about what makes a successful sourcing partnership in a world remade by pandemic, digital transformation, talent shortages, and geopolitical turmoil.
Even as many organizations chart plans to return to the office, remote leadership isn’t going away any time soon. It’s never too late to build on what you’ve learned leading through the pandemic to ensure productivity continues.
With attrition an increasingly challenging issue, companies are turning to chatbots and machine learning to augment HR strategies for gauging employee sentiment, identifying flight risks, and strengthening career support.
Boards want to know how you are improving, how you are performing, and what’s the return on investment, says Dine Brands CIO Justin Skelton. So, it’s extremely important to be able articulate your performance.
IT leaders with service contracts in the region are working quickly to minimize impacts on their partners and projects, while the industry at large braces for price hikes and talent crunches across the globe.
To gain first-mover advantage, optimize your talent strategy with last-mile training on the skills of mass disruption, says Will Markow, vice president of applied research and talent at Emsi Burning Glass.
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