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Why IT Pros Need to Accept the Premise of ‘Intelligent Disobedience’

Author Ira Chaleff is an expert on leaders and followers, and his latest book explains how we sometimes need to disobey our leaders when what they ask for puts us--and the business--at risk. More >

How to Avoid Getting in Hot Water When You Poach an Employee

Author James Pooley's advice on how employers can stay on the right side of the law when hiring key employees away from the competition. More >

Secrets of a Hiring Manager Turned Career Coach

This book is an easy-to-follow, self-help manual of the job searching basics. It's like having a career coach in your corner, helping you through every step to obtain a new job. More >

Three Ways to Eliminate Annual Employee Reviews

More companies are making this major change in order to benefit all employees and the bottom line. More >

5 Big Mistakes New Employees Should Avoid

Starting a new job is a chance to start fresh with a brand-new group of colleagues. It's an opportunity to build on the skills you learned at your last job and develop additional areas of expertise. More >

Bridging the Workplace Gender Communication Gap

Women and men who work closely together often get tied up in communication knots, especially over issues that involve power, advocacy and managing the troops. More >

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Why IT Pros Need to Accept the Premise of ‘Intelligent Disobedience’

Author Ira Chaleff is an expert on leaders and followers, and his latest book explains how we sometimes need to disobey our leaders when what they ask for puts us--and the business--at risk.

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Tech Startup’s Female Co-Founder Addresses STEM Gender Imbalance

Brienne Ghafourifar holds the record as the youngest college graduate to raise $1 million for her startup, Entefy. At 19, she already has a lot to say about STEM and women in tech.

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After More Than Five Decades in Tech, Ray Zinn Looks Back

CEO Ray Zinn candidly talks about outsourcing, sexism in tech, and how to resist human nature and get the tough things done first in order to boost productivity and work satisfaction.

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Three Ways to Eliminate Annual Employee Reviews

More companies are making this major change in order to benefit all employees and the bottom line.

Beware the Hidden Dangers of the Internet of Things

It finally feels as though we're about to hit the point of no return with IoT. IT departments must now consider and address the security implications.

5 Big Mistakes New Employees Should Avoid

Starting a new job is a chance to start fresh with a brand-new group of colleagues. It's an opportunity to build on the skills you learned at your last job and develop additional areas of expertise.

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