Citizen Developers on the Rise: IT Skills Gap Creating New Career Opportunities for Business-Focused Employees
Companies and enterprises face a key shortage of information system technologists. This IT skills gap increases the career value and organizational impact of business-focused employees who implement robust, self-built applications.
Digital disruption is big and will not be denied. Organizations of all sizes are being forced to adopt a digital strategy that is nimble and agile or risk being left behind as a relic.
The corporate “citizen developer movement” is expanding. End users can now develop and deploy professional business applications that produce sustainable improvements in process efficiency, workflow automation and task management.Read More
Company managers have key leadership responsibilities that include increasing employee productivity, improving process efficiency and allocating budgets to achieve optimal business outcomes.Read More
As a superstar manager tasked with bringing greater efficiency to your team, you've identified some of the biggest workflow redundancies and know what needs to be changed.Read More
IT teams are faced with a new surge of disruptive technology as an evolving, more advanced workforce requests more of their attention. To efficiently manage demands coming from multiple directions while ensuring data security, senior IT leaders are implementing a “bimodal IT” strategy.Read More
Once seen as a threat by IT, no-code/low-code (NCLC) tools are helping to reduce project backlogs, free up developers to work on other assignments and drive digital transformation.Read More
CIO the New Chief Integration Officer? What Happens When Cloud Computing Decisions Leave the IT Department
Traditional IT is wading through a massive sea of change as companies fight to stay relevant in an age when digital disruption equates to new, higher expectations from customers.Read More
This past month, our IT department implemented a half-dozen new policies for security purposes. For a non-technical line-of-business employee such as myself, I experienced the usual mixture of frustration and resignation.Read More