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By Eric Wise People talk a lot about “shrinking the skills gap,” but very few organizations go beyond verbalizing the recognition that a talent gap exists and that something, somehow, should be done. In our quest to help companies bridge...
By Eric Wise Learning and development is a topic that has come front and center for many organizations. The skills gap is increasing across many job functions due to lack of candidates, increased speed of technical change, and roles being...
By Eric Wise The following post contains an excerpt from our enterprise ebook How to Become a Data-Driven Organization. Download your free copy. Global research and advisory firm Gartner defines data literacy as “the ability to read, write, and communicate...
By Eric Wise This is the first in a series of posts on building outstanding tech teams.  “We only hire the best.”  Admit it. That’s a common message inside your company.  The truth of the matter is that good hires are often just...
By Eric Wise The following post contains an excerpt from our enterprise ebook How to Become a Data-Driven Organization. Download your free copy. According to the Data Literacy Project, organizations with strong corporate data literacy exhibit up to 5% higher enterprise...
By Chuck Mackey Today's uber-crisis world demands a better way to ensure offensive and defensive cybersecurity success. All organizations need to be adaptive in this highly volatile environment. They must sense and rapidly respond to critical incidents, threats, vulnerabilities, and...
By Eric Ward You have likely heard about blockchain technology through its association with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. While cryptocurrency remains an important application of blockchain technology, it is only one example.  Blockchain is an emerging technology that is also gaining...
By Jamie Farrell Let’s face it. Fifty percent of your workforce will need to be reskilled or replaced within the next five years. With the half-life of a new digital skill lasting about two years, your employees need to be...
By Eric Wise The Microsoft .NET Framework has had a great run since its initial release in 2001. My first programming experiences were with Java, C++, and Visual Basic 6.0, but I quickly fell in love with C# and .NET....
Soft skills are increasingly important for IT workers to possess, but difficult for companies to find. Hiring managers continue to have a hard time finding qualified candidates with skills in communication, teamwork, problem-solving, critical observation, and adaptability. The importance of...

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