The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated many companies’ timelines for digital transformation – an effort that traditionally yielded dismally low success rates.
Companies are grappling with a growing soft skills gap, studies find – a problem exacerbated by the growing number of employees adopting permanent remote work arrangements. Without access to in-person training and education, though, how can businesses help their employees develop these skills?
Small talk has played a crucial role at work, from learning more about colleagues through casual chats to putting others at ease in more serious settings like sales pitches and job interviews.
There’s no denying that agile is a powerful process for product development, but former Amazon executives Colin Bryar and Bill Carr argue that organizations are using it to avoid careful planning and preparation.
If you’re discussing containers and Kubernetes, get this breakdown on three crucial terms: Pod vs. cluster vs. container. All of these terms can start blending together, especially if you’re just learning the ropes of containers and container orchestration.
The most influential leaders learn how to adjust their style of decision-making to suit particular circumstances. Different contexts and situations call for individual managerial responses and sometimes multiple approaches to decision-making.
Is technical debt hampering your enterprise’s ability to speed up software development and time to market? Is it causing financial or talent headaches? Are you struggling to discuss technical debt with your colleagues?
What exactly is orchestration? How do you define it succinctly — and how do you explain it to others, including non-technical people?
The next normal has arrived, and CIOs play a central and critical role in whether organizations thrive in this reality.
DevOps continues to proliferate among organizations looking to add speed and flexibility to their software development process. As a leader, you’ll need to be able to discuss it with both technical and non-technical audiences.