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Donald Trump, CEOs and the Argumentative Theory Problem

03 Oct, 2016

In extremes, this behavior can drift to a violent rejection and attack on anyone who has what may be a better idea.

Why White Men Hold Key to Driving Diversity, Inclusion in Tech

28 Sep, 2016

Bill Proudman, founding partner and CEO of White Men as Full Diversity Partners, says inclusion and leadership are synonyms.

Veteran IBM Exec Shares Vision from Asian Woman’s Perspective

26 Sep, 2016

Inhi Cho Suh shares more of her vision for IBM and the tech realm in general.

‘Master-Apprentice’ Coding Boot Camp, Higher Ed Join Forces to Address Skills Gap

22 Sep, 2016

The Software Guild is a coding boot camp provider that offers intensive 12-week programs on the ground, and is fast expanding online.

How Inhi Cho Suh Embodies What the Future of IBM Will Hopefully Be

19 Sep, 2016

A Korean-American whose family emigrated to the United States when she was five years old, Suh embodies what one hopes is the future of IBM.

Job Description: Technology Project Manager

15 Sep, 2016

Whether you're looking to hire one or looking for a position yourself, use this detailed job description to find out what the role of a Technology Project Manager entails.

5 Essential Skills for the IT Leader

15 Sep, 2016

Successful IT leaders have to have very specific skills, but still know how to run a team, meaning they must master the so-called soft skills that are not taught formally.

Finding the Right Employer: 6 Interview Questions

12 Sep, 2016

Like Goldilocks, finding a job that's just right can be a challenge. Here are six questions you need to bring to your next interview.

‘Micro-Degrees’ Bridge Pace-of-Change Gap Between Education, Technology

06 Sep, 2016

Micro-degrees or nanodegrees aim to deliver a credentialed set of skills in a relatively short period of time.

Case Studies in Strategic Planning

01 Sep, 2016

Chapter 1 delves into the first four stages of systematic strategic planning, including clarifying current conditions, identifying competitive advantages, defining opportunities and developing strategies.

10 Critical Responsibilities of the Cybersecurity Manager

31 Aug, 2016

A cybersecurity manager's responsibilities will vary tremendously based on the size of the team and the industry, but here are some common responsibilities.

6 Types of Insiders that Could Be Working for You

31 Aug, 2016

The insider threat is not really a cybersecurity problem or a data analytics issue; it's a human risk problem that can only be solved by understanding how people think and behave.

Why It Is Well Past Time to Take the Hack Harassment Pledge

26 Aug, 2016

Tech should be full of joy, excitement, and discovery and shouldn’t be a tool used to take the sparkle out of anyone’s eyes. 

Workforce Blues: Numbers Down as SDN, NFV and Robotics Grow

17 Aug, 2016

It is clear that 2016 has been a bad one for the tech workforce in general.

‘Kiss of Death’ in Succession Planning: Delegating It to HR

17 Aug, 2016

The quickest way to stick a dagger in the heart of a succession planning strategy is for the CEO to delegate it to human resources.

An Expert Weighs in on the Fine Art of Salary Negotiation

15 Aug, 2016

Although negotiating a salary is one of the most important aspects of job hunting, very few of us are adept at it.

9 Tips for Managing Political Tensions in the Workplace

10 Aug, 2016

Here are nine tips for helping organizations avoid the political landmines that can so easily damage productivity and camaraderie in the workplace.

10 Bad Habits that Should Be Banned from the Workplace

09 Aug, 2016

Unhealthy work habits, like staring at computer screens and rushing through fast-food lunches, are taking their toll in the form of increased absenteeism, lost productivity and higher insurance costs.

Security Skills Gap Has a Direct Impact on Organizations’ Ability to Be Safe

08 Aug, 2016

In 2016, the need for security professionals has taken on a new sense of urgency.

How to Make Meetings Less Torturous

08 Aug, 2016

A CEO coach and author discusses the most common mistakes organizations make with respect to meetings.

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