Objectives and key results (OKRs) have become a popular method teams use to plan for success and measure it. This framework has been so successful, Jeff Gothelf says, because it focuses on the impact of the work rather than the actual work itself.
A common challenge among remote teams during the pandemic has been communication – which tools to use, how often to gather as a group, the best times of day for meetings, and more.
What’s the difference between digitizing and digital transformation? For the past year, organizations have focused on digitizing – spearheading digital initiatives to help them stay in the game during COVID-19.
As hybrid work takes shape in organizations everywhere, a power differential lurks. Employees working in the office, for example, may have access to certain technology and infrastructure that remote employees don’t.
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.
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.
Many people swear by their personal productivity hacks, whether that’s the elusive “inbox zero,” time boxing their calendars, or even their good old pen and paper to-do list.
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.