January 24, 2020

Tag Archives: Guest Posts

Hiring Software Testers: The Balance Between Techn...

Hiring a software tester is not a regular task for recruiters. There are no specific university degrees or standardized lists of skills required for working in the industry. What do you, as a recruiter, need to know about this specialization to find a suitable candidate for the position? Here are some useful tips.  Hiring Internally […]

How Mind Mapping Software Started Visual Thinking ...

Mind mapping is a well-known and invaluable tool for boosting the creative thinking process. It has been used for many years. Everyone remembers drawing graphs, schemes, tables, diagrams, and charts on whiteboards either personally or as a team, in turn or all together adding individual ideas and features to the overall visual picture.  With the […]

IBM Finds Behavioral Skills Development Takes Prio...

Operationalizing the New Behavioral Skills Development Imperative IBM’s latest biennial report assessing the workplace skills gap finds that behavioral skills training has surpassed technical skills on the list of executives’ priorities for their employees’ professional development. That key takeaway may be surprising to many who see the pace of technological innovation increasing, but here’s how […]

Mind the Generation Gap: Engaging Multi-Generation...

Four generations currently make up the modern workforce, so how do you develop a workplace that effectively engages all of them? This is a common and difficult question nearly every organization faces, especially when it comes to encouraging better communication and collaboration among diverse generations. The answer to bringing these disparate generations together is a quality digital workplace. While you may think that “digital” automatically ostracizes older generations, digital workplaces are much more expansive in […]

This is the Year AI Shifts Recruiting From Data-Dr...

I believe one of the most exciting shifts we will witness in 2019 is AI leading the change in recruitment from data-driven to intelligence-driven. In fact, 42 percent of executives believe AI will be of critical importance within the next two years. HR teams now rely heavily on AI and Machine Learning (ML) to take […]