As employment rates hit all-time highs, human resources offices are looking to technology to help with the burden of managing employees, benefits and business operations. According to Gartner, “by 2025, at least 50% of large enterprises in service-centric industries will successfully implement an ‘all in’ cloud SaaS strategy.”
IT teams need to come to terms with figuring out how to master all the various flavors of the cloud manifesting themselves across an increasingly diverse IT ecosystem.
PCs and peripherals are force multipliers and crimping on them reduces the job satisfaction, loyalty and efficiency of the workforce. Millennials are forcing firms to rethink their more budget-focused strategies.
A nascent effort is underway to employ the immutable attributes of blockchain database technologies through which the skills and work experience of job candidates can be verified long before they are hired.
It will not take long for employees to discover what kind of organization they work for in the age of AI. Some organizations will invest in AI and retrain workers; others will seek to maximize profitability wherever possible.
Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals is now open for enrollment. That course complements an existing Professional Certificate Program - Blockchain for Business, launched earlier this year by The Linux Foundation.
PMI certification can be justified for employers and project managers with some hard numbers, often from PMI, and more subtle advantages that are less quantifiable.
A look at options in project management learning. While the informal give and take that is more likely to occur in a live event is one consideration, there are perhaps less dramatic but significant advantages to decentralized learning.
If the Intel board could not do proper due diligence for Brian Krzanich or govern his bad behavior, why would anyone think they can choose a replacement, run their companies, or provide advice that is any better?
Boards really need to think through who they choose as CEO. Generally, you need someone with both the skills and attitude for what is not only a very difficult job but a very different job from any other in the company.
Determining what metrics should be used to assess progress of a project undertaken in an intense environment can bring ideas from agile and waterfall together.
Charlie Kernan, the CEO and president of Prometric, the only firm authorized to administer the PMP certification exam, details the process.