Tips on How to Spot Jerks Before They’re Hired

The vast majority of tech professionals said they've had the misfortune to work with at least one jerk in the last five years, according to a recent survey from Connectria. CIOs can't afford to take this issue lightly, because a personality-challenged team member can cause declines in overall... Read More »

How to Build an Effective IT Leadership Team

Most IT professionals don’t recognize the need for the soft business skills that are mandatory for their business counterparts.

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Fatigue Cited as Cause of Many Workplace Mistakes

Technology has helped create today's state of 24/7, always-on status among workers. And the non-stop connectivity and demands appear to be taking a toll: Nearly one-half of U.S. professionals said constant fatigue is distracting them from doing their jobs, according to a recent survey from Red Bull and Glassdoor.... Read More »

Are You Part of the Problem or Part of Solution?

As an executive coach or leader, sometimes you need to take a dose of your own advice from time to time.

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How CIOs Can Join the Strategic Conversation

Author and adviser Peter High discusses the role of today’s CIO, where that role has been and where it’s going.

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Things Workers Really Say When They’re Late

If you think you've heard 'em all by now with regard to explanations for an employee's tardiness, then read on. CareerBuilder recently released the following list of outrageous late excuses from workers, as compiled from a Read More »

Office Romances Abound in Today’s Workplace

Romance is alive and well in the modern office, according to a recent Valentine’s Day-themed survey from CareerBuilder. A significant number of professionals admit that they’ve dated co-workers, and many of these relationships... Read More »

Richie Etwaru's Ascent From CIO to CDO

Chief Digital Officer Richie Etwaru discusses his career, what drives him and his thoughts on the path from CIO to CDO.

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Why Millennials Balk at Mobile Monitoring

Enterprises that monitor employees’ use of tablets and smartphones risk alienating workers, particularly millennials, and possibly causing a backlash, according to a new study. These young workers expect to use mobile devices for both work and personal activities and... Read More »

Commonplace–and Bizarre–Job Candidate Miscues

Have you ever interviewed an IT candidate and concluded early on that something wasn’t, well, right? If so, you’re far from alone. Many prospects essentially take themselves out of the running by exhibiting the following body-language errors during these discussions, according to a recent Read More »

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