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  • The art of leading high-performing teams

    High-performing teams share a number of key attributes that enable members to function optimally both as individuals and as a team, which are important to foster in your own IT department.

    Written by Bard Papegaaij24 Aug. 15 05:37
  • 8 tips for finding and managing programmers

    Demand for top software engineering talent is going through the roof, which makes recruiting and keeping exceptional developers one of a CIO's biggest challenges.. This is especially true if you happen to be in a location where you are competing for talent with a tech giant like Oracle or Google.

    Written by Paul Rubens23 May 15 02:07
  • Why You Need to Build Career Paths for Nonmanagers

    People are motivated by different incentives, both in their personal lives and in their careers. And that holds true for IT professionals and developers as well. You may not dream of being the boss or the CEO, but not because you don't like money or power. In many cases, it's simply because you don't like to rely on other people to get the job done and that is largely what being a manager is about.

    Written by Rich Hein02 Dec. 14 03:11
  • 11 Job Search Mistakes That Can Kill Your Chances

    Even the savviest job seeker is bound to make a mistake here and there, but in a highly competitive talent market, a small mistake could cost you the job of your dreams.

    Written by Sharon Florentine26 Nov. 14 02:32
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  • How to Help Millennials Prepare to Be Successful Leaders

    As millennials continue to grow as the largest generation in the workforce, they will move into leadership roles in ways that are much different than generations before them – that is, without the prerequisites of certain job titles or number of years of experience.

    Written by Lauren Brousell05 Nov. 14 05:27
  • How to Motivate Your IT Team After a Setback

    It can be difficult enough to manage and motivate your teams when things are going well, but keeping morale high and people productive is even tougher if you've suffered a setback -- a failed project, layoffs, losing a major client -- or if personal issue are affecting a member of your team.

    Written by Sharon Florentine13 Aug. 14 23:27
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  • CIOs need to build a business-savvy bench

    Here's a look at how three CIOs are cultivating a business-focused outlook among the up-and-coming IT leaders who report to them.

    Written by CIO Executive Council29 May 15 23:41
  • IT Leaders Aren't All Coming From Tech

    The milestones along the traditional path to IT leadership look a lot like this: Earn a computer science degree, serve an IT internship, take development courses, gain coding experience, obtain certifications and sign up for management training specific to technology. However, as IT increasingly becomes a business strategy enabler, IT leaders are being promoted from places like the sales or marketing department.

    Written by Sharon Florentine25 Sept. 14 05:23
  • Is the work-life balance a myth?

    In theory, the concept of "work-life balance" seems to make sense – splitting your days and weeks between a collaborative and connected working life while also enjoying personal activities and leisure time with friends, family, pursuing hobbies, exercise or just watching TV.

    Written by Sharon Florentine07 July 14 23:04

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