Once in a while companies are being restructured, processes made more efficient, organizations redefined, and departments merged or, in a worst-case scenario, made completely redundant. Whenever management announces changes, the disastrous sword of Damocles looms over each department along with question “Who will get hit and how?”
In some countries, failure is considered part of the road to success, particularly in terms of entrepreneurship – but in Germany it’s a taboo subject. You avoid mentioning it. According to common consensus, someone who failed just didn’t think things through, was either unobservant or incompetent. This is precisely the mindset that suppresses innovation as it leaves no space for trial and error.
The world of IT service and support moves quickly and is prone to constant change. SysAid surveyed professionals with a career in the ITSM field and their findings show that IT professionals feel overworked and underappreciated. What does the rest of 2019 hold for the future of ITSM? What challenges are people facing at work?
According to a study conducted by the German Institute for Employment Research IAB (Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung), every year around 3.4 percent of employees in Germany change their job. The slim majority of 52 percent do this voluntarily, but the other half (48 percent) are forced to change their position due to (prospectively) losing their jobs.
Choosing the members of your distributed team wisely and making them feel close even when they’re thousands of miles away can help you win half of the fight. The other half is a well-designed management plan that works both for you and your team – at least this is what worked for the team at Sematext. Here’s how you might want to go about it.
650 IT leaders from around the globe were surveyed about their digital transformation initiatives in MuleSoft’s 2019 Connectivity benchmark report. What are businesses hoping to achieve this year, what top tech trends are they investing in, and what can you do to enhance your career?
Complaining about your job is common, but it can be hard sometimes to judge what you should leave a job over. Kostis Kapelonis explains ten of the most common red flags that developers need to watch for and when they should start sending out CVs ASAP.
Why aren’t there more women in tech? “We lack role models, and we lack support every step of the way”
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Two years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Dr. Kim Nilsson, Co-Founder and CEO at Pivigo.
How can you find a blockchain developer who has the potential and talent to serve your organization? To make things easier for you, here is a guide on some significant questions you should be asking your prospective blockchain developer.
How to win the diversity battle: “By sharing my qualifications early in a meeting, it changed the entire dynamic of the conversation”
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Two years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Elizabeth Joyce, Vice President and CISO at Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
As the blockchain industry heads towards a greater state of maturity, there is no longer a myopic focus on the technological front, but a keen realization that mainstream acceptance has to be accelerated based on engagement and awareness. In this article, Edison Lim, Application Lead at Zilliqa, explains why the view further down the road will greatly depend on the path we take now.
A recent survey by GetApp asked 150 small businesses about the troubles their developers face in app production. In this article, you will learn how to overcome the most common challenges that come along with app development. Let Mark Wiggins walk you through the steps and help get your team back on track and developing great apps.
How to succeed in tech: Keep your coding passion alive, it will make a difference as you move forward in your career
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Two years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Sara Brodin, Head Of Engineering at VAI.