Special Report: Keeping IT TalentBy CIOinsight | Posted 06-13-2007
Analysis: As baby boomers prepare to retire, companies are scrambling to fill the gaping hole they will leave in the workplace. The issue is particularly important in IT, which is already battling a skills shortage. In the coming years, talent recruitment and retention will be a top priority. So what are you doing about it today?
A new report from the Society for Information Management projects a shortage of qualified CIOs in the years ahead. That means companies must groom their next I.T. leader. Here's how.
Slideshow: The Society for Information Management's Advanced Practices Council has identified seven key roles highly effective CIOs perform. How many do you do?
Rather than recruit from outside the company, Chubb Corp. lured IT veteran June Drewry out of retirement to train the firm's next top tech executive. Here's why.
As the labor pool tightens and employee loyalty declines, keeping top talent is increasingly difficult. The time for companies to adapt is now.
The supply of good IT professionals is drying up, and CIOs need to develop an IT-specific human resources strategy.
In the face of a rapidly dwindling IT workforce, CIOs need to be planning their future hiring strategy now.