Worthwhile Reading
11 trends that will shape HR in 2021
Gartner’s Brian Kropp says 2021 will be another year full of reinvention.
HR Executive, December 15, 2020
Ways to Make IT a Profit Center

While the idea of monetizing IT and converting it into a profit center is attractive, there are plenty of elements that should be thought through before deciding to go forward.
Information Week, December 1, 2020

12 rules for quitting your job

Transitioning to a new gig means leaving a good impression with your former employer. Here’s how to give notice, prep co-workers, and keep future references positive.
CIO, November 17, 2020

How to negotiate a job offer

Compensation is one thing, but CIOs and soon-to-be CIOs should leverage their job offer position by putting their values on the table and setting themselves up for success before they sign.
CIO, October 23, 2020

Remote Reshapes the Future of Work

CIOs will focus on enabling richer remote work experiences in 2021, and virtual offices could be a part of that picture.
Information Week, January 13, 2021

Diversity and inclusion make IT stronger

In a year fraught with challenges and a spotlight on racial injustice, D&I has become a critical element for employee retention and engagement — and business success.
Computerworld, December 21, 2020

5 best practices for negotiating SaaS contracts for risk and security
Software-as-a-service providers often handle your sensitive data. Here's how to hold them to a high standard for security.
CISO Online, November 4, 2020
How to Negotiate with Software Providers for the Best 2021 Deals
Negotiating with big software vendors can be tricky. Here are some best practice tactics to help you get the best deal.
Information Week, November 3, 2020
IT leaders grapple with the new normal

Five articles examine the challenges faced by leaders across all segments of IT – and the solutions that have made a difference.
CIO, October 13, 2020

The hidden costs of outsourcing

Calculating the total cost of IT services has always been a challenge, but the changing nature of IT coupled with unexpected expenses revealed during the COVID-19 crisis could leave your organization exposed to even more surprises charges.
CIO, September 30, 2020