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Mobile Training Means Business

A mobile generation requires mobile training. We work on the run these days, using mobile tools, so it makes sense that we should get job-related training in the same way. But organizations aren't adapting their training me...Read More

The Unethical Workplace

Does your job involve lying and cheating? Maybe your boss wants you to take shortcuts on a software-development project, or a colleague wants you to fudge an expense report during a trip, or your sales team wants to inflate the cap...Read More

Gay and Employed

A clear majority of Americans believe that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) workers should be treated like everyone else on the job. Yet less than half of those surveyed by Harris Interactive with Out & Equal Workplace Advoca...Read More

How to Be More Productive

Are you plagued by interruptions, just as you get into the zone on an important project? Too many loud goings-on in the office? You are far from alone, according to a new survey from the IT Job Board. The Board asked what makes ...Read More

Minimizing Web 2.0 Risk

The challenge of the Web 2.0 world is that security must focus on protecting open systems rather than shutting everyone out. Traditional security measures don’t work. The interactive environment offers remarkable opportunity and ...Read More

IT Budget Outlook 2011

See also 2011 IT Budget Forecast, Optimism at SIM Conference. The Society for Information Management (SIM) recently polled its roster of CIOs and IT managers to get a snapshot of this year's information technology spending prioriti...Read More

Seven Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs

“Innovation is a new way of doing things that results in positive change,” writes Carmine Gallo, author of a new book called The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs: Insanely Different Principles for Breakthrough S...Read More

Mind Your Office Manners

Common courtesy is not always so common, perhaps especially at work. Maybe people just don’t know any better: most of us have never taken a course in office etiquette, and many of the rules for workplace behavior have been unwr...Read More

How to Wield Power at Work

"Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac," Henry Kissinger once said. But how do you get it? You need a long-term, focused series of strategies, according to Jeffrey Pfeffer, author of the new book, Power: Why Some People Have It - a...Read More

Tech Execs Turn to Politics

As important as 2010 elections could be, they stand out as well for the plethora of technology executives currently positioned to take major roles in government. Meg Whitman, the former CEO of eBay, and Carly Fiorina, former CE...Read More

Asperger's in the Workplace

It's time for organizations to embrace employees diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome. A very mild form of autism, Asperger's is found in IT departments nationwide; the Silicon Valley area has seen a significantly greater upsurge ...Read More

Mind Your Digital Reputation

Post in haste, repent at leisure. Online communications tolls create new ways of defining ourselves in the eyes of others, says Elizabeth Charnock, author of the book E-Habits: What You Must Do to Optimize Your Professional Di...Read More

How to Become More Innovative

Does anyone remember innovation? During the past few years, economic and budget pressures have forced too many companies to turn off their innovation engines, focusing instead on cutting costs and boosting efficiency. Despera...Read More

IT Jobs That Need Filling

See also IT Skills in Demand Now Even with thousands upon thousands of experienced IT pros looking for work, many information technology executives say they are finding it difficult to find talented workers in several k...Read More

Worst. Bosses. Ever.

We know by now that many workers don't think their bosses could do the jobs that they're paid to oversee, and we?ve seen surveys where employees compare their managers to the incompetent Michael Scott from television? The Office, and the...Read More
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