From Under the Rug : April 2017 Archives

The more sensitive it is, the more it warrants discussion

Startup Aims to Help Adults with Autism Gain Employment as Coders

26 Apr, 2017

The difference in Coding Autism’s approach lies in how the students are accommodated and supported on the career preparation side. ...More >

How One Tech Exec Made the Transition to HR

24 Apr, 2017

Steven Pruden is Appirio’s SVP of human resources, after a long tech career and an acquisition. He talks about making the change and working successfully with his team. ...More >

Changing Minds, Not Numbers, Lies at Heart of Achieving Diversity, Expert Says

20 Apr, 2017

Linda Sharkey, an organizational and leadership development strategist and co-author of a book on talent development, shares a non-traditional perspective on the topic of corporate diversity and inclusion. ...More >

Chinese Tech Entrepreneur Shares Views on Internet Censorship, Software Piracy

17 Apr, 2017

Jack Zhang, founder and CEO of GeekPark, shares his views on some topics that are controversial, including internet censorship, corporate espionage and software piracy. ...More >

Six Tips for Hiring the Right Tech Talent

13 Apr, 2017

Hiring consultant Scott Wintrip has shared great advice on how to optimize your hiring practices so that you’re better equipped to reduce the risk of hiring the wrong people. Here are six guidelines he’s come up with to help accomplish that. ...More >

How to Create a Work Environment That Works for Both Introverts and Extroverts

11 Apr, 2017

How do you go about managing both introverted and extroverted personality types while optimizing the work experience of each? ...More >

CEO Shares Insights on Preventing Data Loss, Handling Data Breaches

05 Apr, 2017

Datacastle CEO Ron Faith discusses mitigating the risk around employees walking out the door with sensitive company data. ...More >

China, U.S. Can Learn from Each Other, Chinese Tech Entrepreneur Says

03 Apr, 2017

Jack Zhang, founder and CEO of GeekPark, a tech innovation advocacy forum in Beijing, thinks understanding the geek culture in China would help people in the U.S. get a fuller appreciation of what’s happening on the technology front in that country. ...More >

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