The markets have been flooded with radical, attractive new business models as of late, and the same corporations that have dominated the markets for decades have been shaken up.
What’s one of the most important aspects to consider before jumping into a new role? The culture of the workplace. Whether you’re entering the job market for the first time or you’re shifting into a new career or position, make sure you get a feel for company culture before you make the jump.
Successful agile projects are created from solid, reliable data. But getting ahold of that data can sometimes be a struggle – sifting through a ton of unusable information to find the gems. Honeywell Inc. and Senior Manager of Analytics Agnel D’Cruz is aiming to address this problem.
The pandemic forced companies to rapidly adopt virtual work technologies – and there are advantages to this new normal. Employees have been pleased with the flexibility offered to when, where, and how they work.
Embracing advancements in digital technology does not equate to digitally transforming your business. Without a comprehensive assessment of what digital technologies can offer, it’s hard to fully capture the value of digital transformation.
What is robotic process automation (RPA)? What kinds of repetitive tasks can it handle?
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?