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"oups I thought you'd be on site" to become a common meeting starting phrase - Indicate whether you’ll join a meeting virtually or in person on Google Calendar #longTermCovidImpacts

"oups I thought you'd be on site" to become a common meeting starting phrase - Indicate whether you’ll join a meeting virtually or in person on Google Calendar #longTermCovidImpacts | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

With this update, you can indicate how you plan to join a meeting - in the meeting room, or virtually. 

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: I don't do news but this one strikes me as interesting and I expect many other changes related to covid that will make their way into our daily lives. Here, indicating you'll be on site or remote for a meeting will become essential (happened to me yesterday - "oups I thought you'd be on site"...)

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What employees are saying about the future of remote work #survey via @McKinsey

What employees are saying about the future of remote work #survey via @McKinsey | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Survey results show employees are feeling anxious about post-pandemic working arrangements and the future of remote work, even if you don’t yet know what to tell them.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: interesting stats and useful information for all companies as they make their plans for return to the office. In particular this stat which indicates that 1 in 3 may look elsewhere if return to the old way is projected.

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#Rituals are the new corporate buzzword as we decide the best balance between work from home #WFH or in the office - but in the end human behaviour should drive the decision via @TheGuardian @BradM...

#Rituals are the new corporate buzzword as we decide the best balance between work from home #WFH or in the office - but in the end human behaviour should drive the decision via @TheGuardian @BradM... | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

The long read: For decades, anthropologists have been telling us that it’s often the informal, unplanned interactions and rituals that matter most in any work environment. So how much are we missing by giving them up?

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: returning to the office, yes or no? full time or part time? The talk of the town these days it seems. More important question is: WHY return to the office? To sit in front of a computer all day? Nope. The buzzword seems to be all about caring for ancestral human behaviours and needs: rituals, tribes, ... Anthropology more than technology.

 

This long article from The Guardian explains what they are with some useful examples. It details with success the experience of early adopters of digital technologies and their experiments with new office behaviours that digital transformation mandates.

 

The article reminds me of my software development experience. As I started to use Agile methodology and 3 week sprints, I found that it was best to have everyone on-site for the first few days of the sprint, to align everyone and let design decisions flow from conversations between team members. When the backlog was groomed and everyone was coding, then developers were better at home for the next few days, at their own pace and schedule using videoconferencing and messaging to share. Then bring them back for the final crunch - all together to pull in with the testers and the UAT team. So not 2 days home, 3 days in the office. More like 2 day workshop, then half day meetings to regroup every few days, then 2-3 days (or more) of crunch time before the sprint end.

 

For digital transformationalists like me, office rituals are important because the remote working tools have serious limitations and it is often best to sit next to your colleagues at regular intervals to be productive and efficient.

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The future of work is hybrid says @McKinsey. My take: human nature will dictate how much work you'll do in an office. Those that DO will work remote, those that MANAGE will go back to the office, p...

The future of work is hybrid says @McKinsey. My take: human nature will dictate how much work you'll do in an office. Those that DO will work remote, those that MANAGE will go back to the office, p... | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Organizations are clear that postpandemic working will be hybrid. After that, the details get hazy.

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WHY IT MATTERS: human nature will dictate return to the office or work from home.

People that DO things for a living - coding, answering calls, writing marketing copy, etc. - don't want to waste 1-2hrs per day traveling to an office to sit in front of the same computer they use at home! Return to the office will not be a huge selling point for them.

People that MANAGE others will crave the visibility and face to face interactions. They will push for a return to the office. And because they are higher up in the food chain, the pressure will be HUGE for workers to return to the office.

Thus I think working remotely will negatively impact your promotion potential within typical organizations and that most workers will goo back to the office at least 3 days per week - even if their work could as well be completed remotely.

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Five metrics for CEOs to measure digital success via @McKinsey can help craft quantifiable metrics for #CTO, #CDO, VP #digitalTransformation or VP #innovation success factors

Five metrics for CEOs to measure digital success via @McKinsey can help craft quantifiable metrics for #CTO, #CDO, VP #digitalTransformation or VP #innovation success factors | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

As organizations launch more and more digital initiatives, CEOs must monitor whether they are delivering business results. These metrics are ones to watch.

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WHY IT MATTERS: "digital transformation" often means anything and everything. These 5 markers can help you define quantifiable metrics to ground resources in concrete, actionable activities. Too often, unfortunately, are CDOs "chief digital officers" , CTO "chief technology officers" or "VP digital transformation" or "VP innovation" tasked with vague requirements that are aspirational ("move the organization in the digital world") or qualitative ("coordinate actions and support executives in the digital transformation"). After a few years of workshops, evaluations, and pilot projects they often fail to deliver meaningful business impacting metrics. 

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Random Employee Chats is the modern version (read covid-required) of impromptu water cooler meetings at @Cloudflare - and it is clear that random pairings are not enough in large organizations

Random Employee Chats is the modern version (read covid-required) of impromptu water cooler meetings at @Cloudflare - and it is clear that random pairings are not enough in large organizations | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

We developed the Random Employee Chats application internally, with the goal of recreating the pre-pandemic informal interactions. Here's how we moved from a shared spreadsheet to Cloudflare Workers to automate the entire process.

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WHY IT MATTERS: interesting solution developed at Cloudflare, a technology company, to facilitate conversations across the organization. The paper highlights the challenges of making random chats truly random (and useful). As work from home and remote work become the norm post-covid, this will become required in all organizations. Not only large distributed companies but also startups that decide to go full work from home.

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#digitalTransformation is all about change - but the *way* you make change happen is as important as the change itself says @McKinsey

#digitalTransformation is all about change - but the *way* you make change happen is as important as the change itself says @McKinsey | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

How do you make change happen? Split the problem into halves and then tackle each, using four practical techniques to find the answers

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: buried in this article from McKinsey is this gem of a chart about different ways to introduce transformation, including digital. Pick the wrong method and you are doomed. I believe it.

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The Rise of the CTO - 2021 IBM CEO study highlights the importance of #technology for CEOs - trend or #tunnelVision from @IBM? Thanks to @SeanMoffitt @FutureproofingN

The Rise of the CTO - 2021 IBM CEO study highlights the importance of #technology for CEOs - trend or #tunnelVision from @IBM? Thanks to @SeanMoffitt @FutureproofingN | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

We surveyed more than 3,000 CEOs around the world to learn how they are positioning their organizations for success after COVID-19. Five key factors set outperforming CEOs apart.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: technology is high on CEO radar of priorities as digital transformations shifts from front-office (web, social, search, all areas of the marketing CMO) to the back office (manufacturing, security, IOT, cloud, AI). CIOs play a role but many times they can't cut it so the CTO comes in. Could be a fundamental trend, or simply tunnel vision (it is an IBM survey after all ;-). Thanks to Sean Moffitt - Future Proofing Next guru! Many more insights in the full report.

andrenghutch@gmail.com's curator insight, February 7, 11:12 PM

real estate is all about location, business is all about culture.

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The next normal arrives: Trends that will define 2021—and beyond via @McKinsey

The next normal arrives: Trends that will define 2021—and beyond via @McKinsey | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

In March 2020, some of our McKinsey colleagues argued that the COVID-19 crisis could be the “imperative of our time.” A month later, we noted that it could bring a “dramatic restructuring of the economic and social order.” We stand by those assertions. The COVID-19 pandemic has been an economic and human catastrophe, and it’s far from over. But with vaccines beginning to roll out, it’s possible to be cautiously optimistic that the next normal will emerge this year or next.
And we believe that, in some ways, that normal could be better. With good leadership, from both business and governments, the changes we described—in productivity, green growth, medical innovation, and resiliency—could provide an enduring foundation for the long term.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: an optimistic viewpoint of the future, very much worth reading as it covers all aspects of the recovery and many elements of digital transformation - remote work, eCommerce, etc.

dkh_sprachschule's comment, January 10, 5:47 PM
wonderfull
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Remote Work is Changing the Employee Experience via @Fjord @Accenture 2021 #trends

Remote Work is Changing the Employee Experience via @Fjord @Accenture 2021 #trends | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Accenture notes that technology has reframed our relationships with work, working hours & workspaces for years, with this shift accelerating in 2020. 

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: suggestions for improvements in 2021 from Accenture include rethinking innovation, delivery, last mile and  remote work.

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AI talent remains limited event with 500K people globally with #AI skills via @jfgagne @elementai

AI talent remains limited event with 500K people globally with #AI skills via @jfgagne @elementai | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

We estimate that globally, there will be 86,000 authors pre-publishing fundamental and applied AI research papers on arXiv in all of 2020; and that there are approximately 478,000 people globally with the specialized AI technical skills needed for building an AI product. You can read the full report with further breakdowns of the data here. Below I share why understanding the talent pool can help explain the friction in getting AI to work.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: AI and more specifically machine learning and deep learning skills are in high demand but it appears from this annual update that demand remains higher than supply.

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Amazing #mustRead article on Work-from-Anywhere from @HBR highlights the PROs & CONs & best practices - most of all, it stresses that small towns will become very attractive, and barriers like H1B ...

Amazing #mustRead article on Work-from-Anywhere from @HBR highlights the PROs & CONs & best practices - most of all, it stresses that small towns will become very attractive, and barriers like H1B ... | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Best practices for all-remote organizations

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: this well-researched article highlights the PROs & CONs of work from anywhere - WFA - and provides best practices from large companies that have done this at scale (1300 WFA employees at GitHub). A reference for us all in digital transformation and also a showcase for the real impact of our work: large cities may struggle to attract people versus small towns that have lower cost of living and little traffic, countries may find that work visas need to be adapted to limit remote workers (how to do that), etc.

All in all, it may be the biggest transformation that digital brings: a societal change. Who knows...

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Perfect time to be a #technology or #agile professional as the postpandemic workforce will require your skills says @McKinsey global survey of 800 executives

Perfect time to be a #technology or #agile professional as the postpandemic workforce will require your skills says @McKinsey global survey of 800 executives | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Responses to a McKinsey global survey of 800 executives suggest a disruptive period of workplace changes lies ahead due to acceleration of automation, digitization, and other trends.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: no surprise, companies will hire technologists and agile methodology experts post confinement to enable their remote workforce ... and reduce the need for humans!

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Contact tracing could become a regular part of office life. @CNN reports on the various ways companies can do that: cellphones, laptop, badge, wearables, and light sensors - and the #privacy concer...

Contact tracing could become a regular part of office life. @CNN reports on the various ways companies can do that: cellphones, laptop, badge, wearables, and light sensors - and the #privacy concer... | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

As more workers return to the office, companies are considering ways to track their employees to help prevent the spread of coronavirus among their workforce.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: yes the new normal may include being tracked by governments and employers for contact tracing. At some point the data will need to be be stored somewhere and the question will become: where is it stored? is it secure? is privacy protected?

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Paula Spring's curator insight, June 21, 2020 4:05 PM
It seems to be what's wanted to be used to monitor who has COVID-19 and who doesn't.  This would be those who have tested positive, those who have not been tested, and those in recovery.  By contract monitoring, every move made can be calculated.  The results could mean that persons found infected could be made to relocate to a forced quarantine.  The information could present pattern motion as a whole.  Thus, helping calculate where higher infection rates populate and helping to further investigation as to the cause/causes and spread of COVID-19.

Another speculation, it could help provide a system that incorporates police to be able to enforce that known infected persons are regulated to ensure that home quarantine is followed.  It could also help monitor, recovered cases in the possibility of relapse.  Relapse in regards to future contact with active positive cases, and the physical preparedness to relapse or not relapse.
omninola's comment, June 23, 2020 1:12 AM
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Learn from experience of companies that have decided to ditch their office and have all workers remote: Everything We Know About Remote Work via @Buffer

Learn from experience of companies that have decided to ditch their office and have all workers remote: Everything We Know About Remote Work via @Buffer | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Remote work has been the norm at Buffer for many years now; we ditched our office in 2015 and have been hiring remote teammates since 2011. Here's our take on remote work.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: have everyone work from home. Many say it cannot be done. Buffer has done it. They may be small (few 100s employees) and not have a long history (10 years) and produce a digital solution (website), their experience may help every business improve their remote work environments.

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State of #Cybersecurity 2020 shows that it is mostly a human resources problem - which is not going to be resolved soon and may bee exacerbated with enhanced remote work via @ISACA @CybersecurityHub

State of #Cybersecurity 2020 shows that it is mostly a human resources problem - which is not going to be resolved soon and may bee exacerbated with enhanced remote work via @ISACA @CybersecurityHub | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

The cybersecurity skills gap has been plaguing enterprises for years—but despite garnering much discussion and media coverage, little progress is being made.

State of Cybersecurity 2020 looks at questions such as:

  • How long does it take to fill a cybersecurity role with a qualified candidate?
  • What percentage of cybersecurity candidates are qualified for the role?
  • Is retention improving or worsening?
  • Which cybersecurity skills are in the highest demand?
  • Are HR teams informed partners in the search for qualified cybersecurity candidates?
  • Are cybersecurity teams becoming more gender-balanced, and are diversity programs doing enough to help?
  • What can companies do to staff up more quickly and find better-qualified candidates?
Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: this in depth study shows that cybersecurity issues in organizations stem from lack of skilled resources. With covid and remote work on the rise, the importance of cybersecurity is higher than it has ever been.

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A Manager's 7-Step Guide To Leading A Remote Team: a kanban-centric way to manage teams remotely that is useful during covid crisis - but also after via @trello

A Manager's 7-Step Guide To Leading A Remote Team: a kanban-centric way to manage teams remotely that is useful during covid crisis - but also after via @trello | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

7 steps, from communication tools and performance reviews to team morale and helping new hires.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: a very interesting reference to manage teams remotely (or not) using kanban boards.

Tofique shaikh's comment, September 24, 2020 5:54 AM
Managing work is a great question now a days , As this pandemic made people to work from home across the globe . check out this blog as i thought it should be shared with you all as well
https://technologycounter.com/blog/manage-a-remote-team-during-pandemic
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Tips & tricks to be more efficient with #remoteWork by @zapier

Tips & tricks to be more efficient with #remoteWork by @zapier | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

eBook featuring the tools we think are essential for remote work, tips for using them with your team, and Zaps you can use right away.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: a great guide to help users be more efficient when working remotely. Includes tips on holding meetings, chats and collaborative documentation. The basics!

thomet's comment, April 17, 2020 9:49 AM
Thanks !
Craig Hiscox's curator insight, April 18, 2020 7:06 PM
Is it the tools we use or the action we take? Success is born from taking action with great tools.
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A look at #digitalTransformation from the human angle highlights changes in demand and supply of talent - Twelve Forces That Will Radically Change How Organizations Work: The New New Way of Working...

A look at #digitalTransformation from the human angle highlights changes in demand and supply of talent - Twelve Forces That Will Radically Change How Organizations Work: The New New Way of Working... | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Together, these forces will revolutionize the way that work gets done in companies and will compel leaders to rethink even the most basic assumptions about how their organizations function. They will need to discover new ways of organizing, performing, and leading, along with new approaches to recruiting, developing, and engaging employees. All this in organizations with limitless data, open boundaries, employees and machines working side by side, and rapidly evolving employee value propositions.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: the biggest impact of digital transformation is on humans and this article from BCG analyzes the changes in talent demand and supply. Must read for managers in the context of global changes we currently see.

Courtney Green's curator insight, May 2, 2020 6:45 PM
The meat company Tyson recently had to shut down some of their facilities due to employees becoming sick with Covid-19. This move sent major concern throughout the federal government about the economy and consumers on how they will be able to receive meat. This got me thinking that eventually companies may start finding ways to reduce actual human workers and rely majorly on artificial intelligence as a way to continue work. So far we have seen workers go on strike, become sick or forced to stay home with their children. It would be naive to assume that companies/organizations won't be transformed and changed forever after this. According to the article, they predict several forces that will revolutionize work and one of them is automation. They believe that by 2050 nearly half of all U.S jobs will be completed through automation. Even before the pandemic we have seen automation dismantled industries, but that could be accelerated by companies desire to ensure their work process is not disrupted in the future. This could prove to have a tremendous affect on employment in the future as robots replace humans more and more.
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How to Remain Remotely Agile Through COVID-19 via @BCG

How to Remain Remotely Agile Through COVID-19 via @BCG | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

While no one knows how long the COVID-19 crisis will last, it seems inevitable that many of us will be working remotely for at least weeks if not several months. Productivity may take a hit, but it doesn’t have to hurt. An agile approach can keep remote teams functioning effectively and make them more resilient for the future.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: insights into the tools and methods to manage an agile team when working remotely.

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#coronavirus is GREAT for some workers: Kroger joins chorus of retailers offering bonuses and boosting worker pay

#coronavirus is GREAT for some workers: Kroger joins chorus of retailers offering bonuses and boosting worker pay | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

The grocer, along with Walmart, is giving $150 to all part-time employees and $300 to full-time staff, while Target is offering bonuses to all of its hourly store team leads ranging from $250 to $1,500.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: coronavirus is really bad for many that loose their jobs - if only for a few weeks. But it is also great for others, especially in the grocery retail - but I assume it is same for all essential services workers, doctors, nurses, policemen, ...

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Remote work may be the biggest long-term impact of the #coronavirus covid-19 scare of 2020 via@box

Remote work may be the biggest long-term impact of the #coronavirus covid-19 scare of 2020 via@box | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
  1. Productivity Tools - Pre-built integrations with productivity suites like G-Suite and O365 from within Box avoid interrupting your pace of work
  2. Collaboration Workspaces - Deep integrations with key collaboration workspaces - like Slack, Microsoft Teams and Hangouts - helps connect teams and conversations to content
  3. Video Communication - With the latest Zoom integration, users can share files directly from your Box account into a Zoom Meeting using the screen sharing function - without ever leaving the Zoom app
  4. Line of Business Apps - Support front and back-office departments with key e-signature integrations with Docusign and Adobe Sign and critical line of business applications like Salesforce, NetSuite, AutoCAD and more
  5. Security - apps like Okta, onelogin, Azure Active Directory and others not only support single sign-on, but mobile device management and cloud security as well
Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: I always thought that companies would embrace remote work to cut costs or empower employees with flexible schedules but it maybe that the fear of disease will be the biggest trigger. Here box.com provides a list of solutions companies like them should use to enable remote work today.

The chart is from NYTimes 2017 article on remote work: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/15/us/remote-workers-work-from-home.html

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The mind behind Linux | Linus Torvalds - this video is great because it explains why 1) #geeks are strange and 2) what you need to be a *good* programmer

Linus Torvalds transformed technology twice — first with the Linux kernel, which helps power the Internet, and again with Git, the source code management system used by developers worldwide. In a rare interview with TED Curator Chris Anderson, Torvalds discusses with remarkable openness the personality traits that prompted his unique philosophy of work, engineering and life. "I am not a visionary, I'm an engineer," Torvalds says. "I'm perfectly happy with all the people who are walking around and just staring at the clouds ... but I'm looking at the ground, and I want to fix the pothole that's right in front of me before I fall in."

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: short video on the creator of Linux the operating system that powers most of the digital revolution. his explanation of the personal characteristics that made him great (stubborn, focus, lack people skills) are quite common in the tech world. For those inside my world, this is going to sound familiar. For others, it may help you understand a bit more your strange tech guy in the IT department...

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New survey of 8000+ people reports that 64% Trust a Robot More Than Their Manager - and other gems like this one on how #AI is changing the workplace via @WEF @Oracle

New survey of 8000+ people reports that 64% Trust a Robot More Than Their Manager - and other gems like this one on how #AI is changing the workplace via @WEF @Oracle | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Global research highlights how AI is changing the relationship between people and technology at work.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: this is a survey so all about perceptions - but perception is often reality in this era of fake news. The survey results provide useful insights into the fears and the powers that people see in AI today. Very useful when you approach change management in AI projects ...

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Looking forward to read the "Guide to Technical Recruiting and Hiring" by @Holloway - if it is as good as the others on equity compensation and raising venture capital, it should be amazing and muc...

Looking forward to read the "Guide to Technical Recruiting and Hiring" by @Holloway - if it is as good as the others on equity compensation and raising venture capital, it should be amazing and muc... | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

A practical, expert-reviewed Guide to growing software engineering teams effectively, written by and for hiring managers, recruiters, interviewers, and candidates.

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WHY IT MATTERS: hiring technical resources is difficult because of the impact that bad hires have on organizations. Looking forward to read this guide and see what it contains as I believe we are in dire needed of some standards and benchmarks...

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