There's nowhere to hide if one wishes to be a part of normal society.
One size does not fit all when it comes to project teams and their own unique process.
Phillip G. Armour
When convenience was the mother of invention.
Skilled people moving from developing countries to developed countries constitutes a significant export of capital from poor to rich.
The view you get depends on where in the world you're standing, but the overall picture is clear: There are many practical, ethical, and cultural challenges the IT industry must overcome to create and maintain a strong, skilled …
David Arnold, Fred Niederman
Competing for IT talent in a global labor market.
Lawrence A. West, Walter A. Bogumil
India has fast emerged as a leader in the IT field. This is due primarily because the people of India were quick to realize and act on the potential of IT industries to generate wealth, foreign exchange, and employment. Today …
In his 1991 book, The Decline and Fall of the American Programmer
, Ed Yourdon wrote: "The American Programmer is about to share the fate of the dodo bird. By the end of this decade, I foresee massive unemployment among the ranks …
Deconstructing the Australian IT skills shortage paradox—and how to turn it into an advantage for women in IT university programs and the IT workplace.
Liisa von Hellens, Sue Nielsen
Despite a proportionally small-nation population by world standards, New Zealand's populace of four million produces many high-quality computing professionals. Moreover, New Zealanders hold senior IT positions in universities …
Philip J. Sallis
There is a shortage of skilled, experienced information technologists in the South African market.
Long-term investment? Balanced professional? High-performance professional? Or short-term professional? There's an IT HR strategy for practically any corporate purpose. But before choosing one, be sure you know what that purpose …
Ritu Agarwal, Thomas W. Ferratt
Hong Kong is not only an international city where both Western and Eastern cultures merrily coexist, but also a dynamic society receptive to innovation and sophisticated technology. For example, Hong Kong was one of the first …
While the IT worker shortage is well documented, traditional institutions of higher education, even operating at full capacity, will not fill this shortage in a timely manner [2
]. The enormous growth of industry certification …
Jo Ellen Moore, Susan E. Yager, Mary Sumner, Galen B. Crow
While advanced industrialized nations like the U.S. have been gradually developing information-sector employment along with the IT evolution, newly industrializing nations are leapfrogging directly from traditional agrarian to …
Eileen M. Trauth
Great progress in both the quality and quantity of IT staff in China has been evident for several years. The high-speed development of the IT industry has led to a corresponding rise in demand for qualified personnel. Despite …
The programming work force in Belarus will be used increasingly to supplement the productivity of foreign corporations.
To what extent is cyberspace really a space?
Steve Benford, Chris Greenhalgh, Tom Rodden, James Pycock
How large volumes of organizational data can be exploited for sustained competitive advantage.
Karim K. Hirji
Intranets support communication among widely scattered corporate departments, even among individual employees, while enhancing overall corporate performance.
Vincent S. Lai