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4 considerations for using AI in personnel decisions

By:
Peter Cappelli

Organizations that are contemplating using AI tools to make personnel decisions are wise to proceed with caution. After all, algorithms based on biased data will also be biased.

Turn your team’s frustration into motivation

By:
Dane Jensen

Setbacks happen, and the negative feelings that accompany them can either hold people back in their careers or motivate them to work harder next time. Leaders can play an important role in helping teams and individuals turn disappointment into positive growth.

5 strategies for reinventing your career in uncertain times

By:
David Lancefield and Dorie Clark

There are two common – but completely opposite – reactions to uncertainty. Some people prefer to hunker down, only focus on the short-term, and cling to the status quo.

4 tips for effective virtual collaboration

By:
Elizabeth Grace Saunders

4 tips for effective virtual collaboration

By
Elizabeth Grace Saunders

If you are feeling more and more disconnected with your co-workers lately, you are not alone. Problems that could once be solved during a brief hallway chat now seem to require multiple emails, Slacks, and a Zoom for good measure.

Innovate with urgency – even when there’s no crisis

By:
Ron Ashkenas

In the past year, the pandemic achieved what even the most well-planned change initiatives often fail to do – it created the sense of urgency necessary for innovation.

Technical debt: The IT leader's essential guide

By:
The Enterprisers Project

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?

How to explain orchestration in plain English

By:
The Enterprisers Project

How to explain orchestration in plain English

By
The Enterprisers Project

What exactly is orchestration? How do you define it succinctly — and how do you explain it to others, including non-technical people?

IT leadership in the next normal

By:
Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

IT leadership in the next normal

By
Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

The next normal has arrived, and CIOs play a central and critical role in whether organizations thrive in this reality. 

Cheat sheet: DevOps glossary

By:
The Enterprisers Project

Cheat sheet: DevOps glossary

By
The Enterprisers Project

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.

IT talent strategy: New tactics for a new era

By:
Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

IT talent strategy: New tactics for a new era

By
Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

In the decade ahead, technology talent will play a pivotal role in whether companies succeed or fail.

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