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Anne-Marie Slaughter offers an alternate reality check on the future of women, tech, and the workplace
TechRepublic talked to Anne-Marie Slaughter about being honest with women and men about making it, the risks of overlooking women who left the workplace, and taking the longer view...
Hoping to attract and retain high-quality talent, Microsoft, Adobe, and Netflix have increased parental leave. Whether these policies work will be determined by company culture.
Often, startups overlook organizational structure until it's too late. Here are some considerations for founders as they grow their companies.
If you commit to running an agile enterprise, Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) is worth a look. Here are three questions to answer before deploying SAFe.
Venture capital remains the fuel that powers the technology industry, but it also suffers from the same gender equality problems. Here's why it matters, and what has to change.
A contingency model holds the keys to increasing your odds of successfully leading a team of data scientists. Get details about the model's five decision-making styles.
The bleak picture of Amazon's work environment detailed in a NYT article is leading to important discussions about the employer/employee relationship and work/life balance.
The Department of Commerce is attempting to wrest ICANN management away from US control. Find out how the ICANN proposal may affect how everyone uses the internet.
The recent outages of the New York Stock Exchange, United Airlines, and WSJ.com are unfortunate reminders for IT to think about how to prepare for and lead through a major "glitch....
As IT-centric leadership roles proliferate, does anyone even want the CIO position anymore? Patrick Gray spells out why the CIO role is inherently flawed.