They are still not seen as equal business partners and are not heard when it comes to innovation. Deloitte’s CIO study reveals the issues that IT managers are struggling with.
Würth’s Chief IT Officer Jürgen Häckel talks about connecting e-commerce and direct sales, simplifying ERP systems, and the shortage of talent in IT.
The second in our two-part series on ageism in tech examines what older workers can do to beat the growing age-bias in the tech industry.
While companies are complaining about the lack of qualified talent, experienced engineers are wondering why no one will hire them. The first in our two-part series on ageism in the tech industry.
An Oxford Economics study shows small and midsize companies in Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa are champions of global competition and job creation.
It came as no great surprise to learn that last month’s most popular SAP.info article was “The Top Apps for July 2013”, followed by our story on the new SAP Student Academy.
A new study has revealed that the skills shortage in the United States is easing slightly. Still, IT experts remain one of the hardest talents to source.
A development team gives a tour of their new office space. Designed especially with lean software development and design thinking methods in mind, it supports greater collaboration and creativity.
More employees on part-time contracts and job opportunities for those over 50, workplace trends of the future have already arrived at ADAC − the largest auto club in Germany and Europe. CIO Günter Weinrauch explains.
Top-down decisions are not the way forward. Companies must compete for workers, and Generation Y is almost old hat.
Unemployment among young professionals in Europe is at an all-time high. Still, companies in the IT sector can’t find the skilled workers they need. Enter Academy Cube, an e-learning platform to teach IT skills.
Jimmy Sekhonyane doesn’t see unemployment, he sees unskilled people. With his plan to open a learning academy for business and IT courses, he hopes to change that.
Verena Delius, CEO of Goodbeans GmbH, talks about the German startup scene, why it’s the perfect model for women, and how to solve the shortage of skilled workers by hiring more digital natives.
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