Tres formas de impulsar una carrera IT y otras tres de hundirla

Vamos a hacer el post del vaso medio vació, o medio lleno, y sugerir tres maneras de avanzar en la carrera IT, junto a otras tres formas de estrellarse. Comencemos por lo bueno; el especialista en CIOs, Paul Heltzel, ha proporcionado una lista de 15 cosas que los profesionales de IT deben hacer, para ir […]

Ignite your career with multimedia communication skills

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In a workplace where automation and artificial intelligence (AI) increasingly are taking over tasks traditionally performed by humans, it is imperative that employees build “competencies in areas that machines will be unlikely to tackle effectively,” as the World Economic Forum advises. Those include: Adaptability Creativity Complex problem solving Critical thinking Emotional intelligence The ability to […]

The secret to a long, lucrative IT career

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Choosing a career path in IT is like trying to navigate a forest with a map that keeps changing. The skills you learned ten or even five years ago may no longer be as relevant today because new technologies are evolving constantly, gradually pushing older technologies (and skills) out of the enterprise. In a recent […]

The Dandelion Program: Integrating autism in the workplace

Being on the autism spectrum can make it hard to fit into the workplace. The labour force participation rate for people with autism is 42%. The rate of participation for people with any disability is 53%, and for those without disabilities, it’s 83%. Fundamentally, this is because our workplace is built around the neurotypical person, someone without a disorder or disease. But many people with autism […]

Hey IT pros, stop worrying about robot replacements

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When last I tried to frighten enterprise workers about losing their jobs to robots, I cited an Oxford University study that ranked 702 occupations “according to their probability of computerisation.” An interesting exercise (if you’re not a telemarketer or another 99-percenter), but let’s face it, going through such a large list is a hassle. Fortunately, there’s […]

What women in IT can learn from Shakespeare

Over the last two years participating in Women in Leadership in CSC, I have met many women from all around the world who love technology. What brings us together is our relationship with technology and a love for what we do: We love to help our clients transform and understand how technology can make a huge difference in their organisations. On International Women’s […]